60 Days Of Field Recordings @ Free To Use Sounds


Free To Use Sounds launched the 60 Days 60 Sound Libraries campaign, releasing a new sound library every day until May 20th, 2021. Some libraries are completely free to download and others are priced at $3 or more (pay what you want).

Free To Use Sounds is a project by Marcel Gnauk. He travels the world with his girlfriend Libby and captures field recordings in different areas, from busy megacities to tropical rainforests and ocean shores.

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

We already featured Free To Use Sounds on numerous occasions, so visit this article for more info. You can also check out the free World Sounds library on 99Sounds.

Here’s the official announcement:

Our “60 days of 60 sound libraries” is back! Last year, as a way to support the sound community, we pledged to release one sound library a day while in lockdown. We were flooded with kind messages from you all expressing gratitude and excitement for this past project.

Well, it’s returned so you can find daily freebies and affordable sound libraries released on our Bandcamp Account. If you haven’t already, be sure to subscribe so you can discover our newest releases right when they’re uploaded!

Check out the Free To Use Sounds page on Bandcamp to discover the new sounds and their previous releases. There are hundreds of sound libraries available already, featuring thousands of field recordings captured all around the world.

If you’d like to purchase the entire Free To Use Sounds discography, use the coupon code bpb0121 for an exclusive 80% discount. This gets you the entire Free To Use Sounds collection for $16 (over 270 sound libraries and counting).

More info: Free To Use Sounds (use the coupon code bpb0121 on Bandcamp to get 80% off the full discography)

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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.


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