Folk duo, Stray Owls, preforming the song, "Franklin Borough." The performance consists of the duo playing steel-stringed acoustic guitars (plugged into amplifiers), and singing. Recorded by a Zoom H4N.
This is a comparison of sound between a Washburn steel string acoustic guitar and an acoustic guitar generated in Logic Pro X both playing a G chord. The first chord played is the physical guitar and the second one is the software generated sound.
Sharp tapping sounds produced by applying contact with the acrylic nails on my left hand on a linoleum coffee table top in my apartment living room. The acrylics were about two weeks old. The pattern starts off generally steady, with each of my acrylic nails tapping consecutively, starting with my pinky. The tapping gets less ordered and more sporadic towards the second half of the audio, until the pattern is completely broken. Many people find the sound of nails tapping across different... Read More
Sound recording of Ashley Ericson, an acting student, and her scene partner Peyton Dilweg performing a scene from the play Hedda Gabler. This scene involves a performance of frustration. Recorded on an zoom H4N.
Excerpt from the Blind Boys of Alabama's 2001 song, "Run On For a Long Time," on their album Spirit of the Century. The song is a gospel rendition of the traditional folk song "Run On."
An original composition of music with an African theme that consists of only percussive instruments. It as an imagining of the drums that were thought to incite rebellion as mentioned in "Voyage to the Island of Jamaica." Recorded on an HP Envy PC with an AKAI MP61 keyboard, Mixcraft Pro Studio 8, and cinema sound effects software.
Air is sprayed in short bursts at 20 PSI through an Iwata Eclipse HP-CS airbrush connected to a 1/8 HP portable piston compressor. Because the compressor does not have its own air tank, the motor kicks in as the airbrush sprays to maintain consistent air pressure.