This project used a dataset of 1000 sound samples which is divided into two categories: snoring noises and non-snoring sounds. There are 500 examples in each class, the snoring noises were gathered from several web sources and non-snoring sound were gathered from similar web sources. The files were then separated into equal sized one second duration files after silences were removed from them. As a result, each sample lasts one second. Among the snoring samples, 363 samples consist of snoring sounds of children, adult men and adult women without any background sound . The remaining samples having a background of non-snoring sounds. The 500 non-snoring samples consist of background sounds that are ten categories such as baby crying, the clock ticking, the door opened and closed, total silence and the minor sound of the vibration motor of the gadget, toilet flashing, siren of emergency vehicles, rain and thunderstorms, streetcar sounds, people talking, and background television news. Figure 1 and Figure 2 illustrate the frequency of snoring and non-snoring sound respectively. The dataset can be downloaded from .