Using an Elektroluch 3+ we’ve been exploring and recording EMF and discovering all sorts of unexpected whines, hums, drones, bleeps, glitches, and rhythmic noise originating in the circuitry from the latest technology through to electronic antiques. Captured 24bit 96kHz this library is a 9GB goldmine of new raw material!

Electro Magnetic Fields includes over 9GB of EMF emissions from a huge range of devices, including: Euphonix Series 5 Mixing Desk, Sound Devices 788T, Sound Devices 722, Panasonic BluRay Player, Sony BluRay Player, Sony PS1, Sony PS2, VHS Deck, Canon 5D Mk3, Atomos Ninja2 SSD Recorder, DV Camera Sony, Digital Point & Shoot Canon s100, Super 8 Canon 1014, LED Flower Toy, Fluorescent Tube, Roadside LED, Mac Pro Tower, iMac, Apple TV4, Apple TV1, Apple Mac Mini, Mac Book Pro Laptop, Lexicon Reverb, DBX Subharmonic Synth, Sep Mag Interlock, Dolby IO, AVID Sync IO, Vcube, Euphonix DSP Rack, Dolby Encoder, MOTU MIDI, Digital Clock, Dolby AD DA, Crown Amps, Tenori On, Label Printer, SYRP Genie Mocap, SYRP Genie Mini Mocap, DVD Reader Apple, BluRay Reader, Scanner, Apple iPad4, Apple iPad3, Apple iPhone5s, TV CRT 14 inch, TV CRT Portable, Battery Drill, Electric Bread Knife, Dyson Battery Powered Vacuum, Cake Mixer, Shaver x4, Battery Fan, Vintage Massager and a Reciprocating Saw.

We also used a camera motion control unit to capture slow repeatable moves across circuitry, via steady robot hands.