ELECTROMAGNETIC SOUNDS FOR SOUND DESIGN & MUSIC PRODUCTION
Royalty Free Sound LibraryElectromagnetic Sounds
Specs: 80 files • 24 bit / 192kHz • 4 GB • Includes metadata
Duration: Approx. 60 Minutes
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License type: Royalty-Free
Recording electromagnetic sounds using the LOM Priezor
Imagine if we could hear sound frequencies that the human ear can not perceive. Well, thanks to LOM’s Priezor it’s possible to listen to all sorts of electromagnetic waves which are produced by objects like radios, fridges, TVs, and cell phones. The first time I heard these extreme sounds, I couldn’t believe it! Once you listen to this library you’ll know exactly what I mean!
I must disclose and advise to listen to these sounds very low and preferably with speakers vs headphones. The audio is quite intense and could damage your hearing. So be careful!
Since purchasing this antenna, I’ve recorded electromagnetic sound effects all over the world. It’s not a priority to capture these types of tracks but it’s certainly a lot of fun!
Where I recorded this royalty-free electromagnetic sound effects album
You will hear sounds from buses, trains, elevators, fridges, tv, phones, power stations, machines, and electronic cables behind walls. Everything that is connected with electricity or powered with it creates these “weird” sounds that are incredibly useful for sound design or music production!
With electromagnetic field recordings you can step into a creative and different world. Take a look below at the spectral frequency display to see that this track goes far above 60 kHz and beyond! Even after capturing so many sounds with this antenna I can’t believe the audio it produces! I hope you have fun with this album and create something interesting with it!
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Our recordings are provided as wav files and can be used with Logic Pro, Cubase, Nuendo, Ableton, Pro Tools, Reaper, Audacity, Adobe or any other audio/video editing software!
The library tracks are recorded in 192 kHz 24 bit which gives you all the flexibility you need.
Since we embedded these files with rich metadata like file description & keywords you are able to quickly find the sounds. We suggest using professional audio management tools like Soundly, Soundminer, Basehead or Sound Grinder.