99Sounds Releases FREE Electromagnetic Sounds By Marcel Gnauk


99Sounds has released Electromagnetic Sounds, a free sound effects library created by Marcel Gnauk of Free To Use Sounds.

Electromagnetic Fields contains 2.4 GB of various electronic noises like humming, buzzing, static, interference, and glitches. The sounds were recorded by Marcel Gnauk, the sound design artist behind the Free To Use Sounds label.

See also: 99 Sound Effects Is A FREE Sound Library By 99Sounds

Marcel hooked up a LOM Priezor antenna to a Zoom F8n field recorder and roamed the streets of Singapore in search of interesting sound sources. He captured the electronic noises produced by arcade machines, streetlights, bus stations, vending machines, elevators, and various other sources.

The sounds are provided in lossless 24-bit WAV format and they’re ready to use as sound effects in your music projects, videos, video games, or any other creative endeavors. Of course, you can also use these audio files for sound design work, like creating drones, glitch sound effects, or weird alien soundscapes.

Like all 99Sounds releases, Electromagnetic Sounds are completely royalty-free for use in your projects, both free and commercial.

If you like these sounds, be sure to check out Marcel’s other two 99Sounds libraries. Underground Sounds and World Sounds are both completely free to download.

And if that’s not enough, you can download over 750 GB of sounds for just $16 (that’s 80% OFF) by using the coupon code bpb0121 (or 99sounds0121) on Bandcamp. That’s an exclusive offer for Bedroom Producers Blog and 99Sounds readers, so a big thank you to Marcel for this deal!

By the way, 99Sounds is Bedroom Producers Blog’s indie sound design label. I launched the website back in 2014 (Rain And Thunder was the first release) and we’ve had 36 releases to date.

Download: Electromagnetic Fields (1.5 GB download size, ZIP archive, contains 64 sound effects in 24-bit WAV format)

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Tomislav is a music producer and sound designer from Belgrade, Serbia. He is also the founder and editor-in-chief at Bedroom Producers Blog.


  1. Anyone know what the microphone is called with the rubber covering the microphone that placed onto a object to record internal sounds?

    I remember a site given away free sounds from such a microphone and would like to buy one.

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