UPDATE: An extra collection of sounds has been added – check it out in a Bandcamp album below.
Once you start digging a little into the world of free to use and royalty free sounds, you’ll realise it’s a labyrinth as deep as it is wide.
If your next audio project was lacking in a few frog croaks, insect buzzes, or the sound of leaves brushing in the wind, you’re in luck. The latest collections from the legends at Free To Use Sounds is just that; recordings from the jungles near Chang Mai deep in the night.
Immerse yourself in over an hour of field recordings from the depths of the Thai jungle. Best of all, they’re 100% free to use.
A quick browse through the track listing should give you a rough idea of what you’re in for, from Many Frogs & Insects On Pond, Cicada in Grass to Super High Pitch Insect In Tree, Birds & Frogs In Background.
For the tech heads, this particular batch was recorded with a Zoom F4 Multitrack Field Recorder, a Zoom H6 Six-Track Portable Recorder, and a DPA LMK-SC4060-B mic.
Dig around for yourself below, and if you’re into it we highly recommend a further dive through their Bandcamp. They’re some of the highest quality, most interesting recordings currently available on the web.
Download the full collection or make a donation over at Free To Use Sounds.