Sound recording of a pot of boiling water on an electric kitchen stove. Listeners can hear the sound of bubbles rising and bursting as well as the energetic movement of water within the pot. The pot was half full of water and the stove was on high heat. Recorded using a Tascam DR-40.
El principio de la canción “Bonito y Sabroso” por el famoso cantante cubano Beny Moré. Grabado en computadora con la aplicación Audacity. / The beginning of the song "Bonito y Sabroso" by the famous Cuban singer Beny Moré. Recorded on a computer with the application Audacity.
Omar Sharriff plays a Homecoming Concert in Marshall, Texas, the Birthplace of Boogie Woogie, where he grew up as David Alexander Elam. It was Omar's first time to return to Marshall after an absence of 55 years.
Paper money is received by the machine. The soda cost one dollar and fifty cents. Two dollars enter the machine. The drink is selected and then dispensed along with change being distributed. This sound reflects the changing culture of human food and drink consumption.
Bowed vibrato is a performance technique used by stringed instruments often in eighteenth century or earlier Baroque music. Its sound is achieved when the musician uses their bow to create an undulating and pulsating movement all while moving the bow in a single direction. Often each “pulse” is in tempo and usually would last as long as a small subdivision of the beat, such as a sixteenth note. Bowed vibrato is a means of ornamenting a long note that would otherwise likely sound stagnant to the... Read More
Sound Recording of a person wearing a Pandora charm bracelet moving her wrist back and forth so that the charms bump against each other and the bracelet, making a "cling-cling" sound.
Sound recording of an interaction between a third year Georgia Tech student with two members of the Georgia Tech Dining Staff at the omelette station in Brittain Dining Hall on a Thursday morning. In the background of the conversation, you can hear the omelettes sizzling on a pan, while another staff member comes to join the conversation. Recorded with Voice Memos on an iPhone X.
Breathing Footsteps - Sound of Heavy breathing along with Running Footsteps on stairs of an emergency evacuation route. An Additional background noise of rushing heartbeats. Device: Voice is recorded using iPhone 7 (2017 Model): Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic Loudspeaker: Voice 67dB, Noise 73dB, Ring 75dB Audio quality: Noise -92.4dB, Crosstalk -80.9dB Method of Recording: Running down the stairs with iPhone's base (recorder) Close to heart. MediaInfo: Format... Read More