The Free Field Recordings library was recently updated, from a 1GB library containing 59 recordings, to a 22GB library containing over 300 different field recordings and found sounds from various places and locations, from the busy streets of London to the deep atmosphere of the Amazon rainforest.

The update was made possible through recordings generously contributed to the library by a handful of established field recordists such as George Vlad from Mindful Audio to Robert Cole Rizzi and WW Audio just to name a few.

Over the last year, the library raised $2522 to WWF. All donations made towards the library go to WWF and their global work for a sustainable future and actions against climate change. You can get a license of the full library for as low as $5 and help a really great cause at the same time.

All recordings are royalty-free and very usable mixed into music, or as sound effects, transformed into textures or otherwise. Some of the recordings include ocean waves, forests, busy streets, rain of different sorts, electronic circuitry, wind turbines, railway stations, rainforests, church bells, doors and room tones, dawn chorus, fireworks, water streams, street markets, espresso machines, rain on leaves and different binaural recordings and experiments with hydrophones, coil pickups, LOM Geofon’s and other contact mics.

More information on the Free Field Recordings page.

Luftrum is a corporate sponsor of WWF.