EMF Essentials

Electromagnetic Source for crafting otherworldly Sound Effects from alien Creatures to eerie Ambiences.

Free broadband EMF that encourages heavy Processing

The world of electronics holds sonic secrets only audible through the magic of induction pickups like the LOM Elektrosluch or ElektroUśi. Using these "electromagnetic microphones" you can capture otherworldly whooshes, chirps, noise, and "ambience" that covers and exceeds the entire audible spectrum and boasts immense sound design potential - all by doing nothing more than holding them next to an electronic device of any kind.

To get you started playing with these EMF recordings I put together this free library where I recorded a MacBook Pro, iPhone, Apple Watch, and some other gizmos that produced gnarly alien soundscapes spanning from 20 Hz to just around 80 kHz. All of these recordings can be pitched down up to two octaves and will reveal more overtones the lower you go.

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WARNING: This sound effects library contains audio files with lots of high-frequency content outside the range of human hearing that can cause hearing damage when played back at excessive volume for long periods of time.

Library Specs

Categories: Abstract

Total number of Files: 10

Total Duration: 9+ min

Metadata: SoundMiner, UCS file naming, Soundly, BWF

Recording Specs: 24 Bit / 192 kHz

Channel Format: Stereo, Mono

File Format: WAV

Size: 673 MB

Gear used: LOM ElektroUši Stereo Inductors, Zoom F6

Processing: Level adjustment.

License Type: Single-User, royalty-free.

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About me

Hi there! My name is Chris and I'm a sound designer and audio mixing & mastering engineer based in scenic mountain region of Berkshire County, Massachusetts. While my background has been performing and recording music, it was the process of creating my first ever musical sample pack, Low'n'Slow, that truly made me fall in love with sound design in 2019.

Since then, I've started designing sound effects for video games, sampled rare synthesizers and drum machines, turned field recordings into contemporary hip hop drum kits, and created loops for fellow producers to use. During the course of the pandemic, I realized creating sounds for film and games was something I really wanted to pursue and while working towards that goal, I also started creating sound libraries for fellow sound professionals, video editors, and multimedia artists.

I strive to provide uncompromising, meticulously captured high-quality audio assets at an affordable price and help creatives at all stages of their career find the right colors for their sonic palette. My Blog also provides insight into my process, and my gear page highlights what equipment I use to create these libraries.