Get 350 free crazy, glitchy sounds to use in your mixes with this sample pack

It’s like Christmas come early! Digital Malfunctions is a massive free pack of glitched out samples and noisy rhythmic loops that are sure to make you approach your mix in a new way.

99 Sounds have released Digital Malfunctions for free, a giant pack full of 350 samples of madness by Dark Engine creator Timur Arynov. Using a variety of “creative sound design techniques” Arynov has created a massive set of sounds that range from crazy noise loops and glitched sound effects to give you a whole new set of unique clips to play around with.

Talking on Digital Malfunctions, creator Timur Arynov said:

Thank you for downloading this free sample pack! I hope it will bring inspiration and new flavor to your productions.

I always liked abstract loops and interesting glitchy textures, and it was an exciting challenge to create sounds that I would easily use in my experimental electronica productions. And by the way, I’m a big fan of Richard Devine and Ivo Ivanov.

The main source of all small sounds is heavily processed field recordings of city ambiance, but it would be boring just to chop and rearrange them, so I decided to make it almost fully randomized. Sampler played random notes with random length. Then it was processed with long fx-chain, in which the parameters were randomized as well. The only steady thing was tempo syncing.

If you have any questions please contact me via the MyOSS Bandcamp page.

The library contains 350 loops in total, available in 44.1 kHz/24-bit WAV format. The files are all normalized to -12dB (because dynamic range is your friend).

You can use this sound pack in your music, as well as audio and video projects for non-commercial or commercial purposes.

Download Digital Malfunctions here.
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