Weekend Project: Listen to Weird Sounds from Electromagnetic Fields

Elektrosluch is a device for listening to electromagnetic fields. It works as a translator of oscillations from electromagnetic domain, through electric domain to audible domain. This is a tutorial on making your own basic version.
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