The inside water sounded similar to someone gargling moutwash. Of the water recordings analyzed, it is one of the most loud and powerful underwater sounds. Again, as might be expected, no human factors can be distinguished.
The water in this recording sounds powerful and a low rumbling can be heard. Despite the presence of human factors near the rapids, very few (if any) can be distinguished.
This is an example of an antecedent consequent phrase from Sinfonia Concertante for flute, oboe, horn, and bassoon with chamber orchestra by Franz Danzi. The first phrase is the antecedent phrase. It ends on a weak cadence. The second phrase is the consequent phrase. It begins with the same rhythms and pitches that began the antecedent phrase but ends slightly altered to finish on a strong cadence. This is a characteristic of the galant style, which favored short, periodic phrases such as this... Read More
A recording of me softly striking one Arabic coffee cup against another. In some regions in the Middle East, spatially in the Arabian Gulf, people make this sound while they are serving the Arabic coffee as a sense of hospitality.
Sound recording of me reciting the Surah Al-Fatiha, in Arabic. It is the first chapter in the Quran, the holy book of Islam. The literal meaning of Al-Fatiha is "The Opener", because it is the first Surah recited in full during every prayer circle (rak'ah). Recorded on an H4n Zoom Recorder.