architectures of sound
Sound recording of a riding lawn mower driving with the metal clicking of the blades down a concrete trail near a moderately sized creek on a humid summer day. Recorded with a Zoom H6 recorder and Rode NTG2 shotgun condenser microphone.
Sound recording of a peaceful, late-morning walk along West Side Atlanta's Proctor Creek Greenway, with the sounds of birds singing. Also included are sounds made by a backpack rubbing against polyester athletic shorts. The warm songs of the birds welcome visitors to continue walking along the pathway to explore where it leads to. Recorded with Sony PCM-M10 recorder and an Electro-Voice RE50B omnidirectional dynamic microphone.
Sound recording of me gently kicking a sign to see what sound it would produce. On a quiet hiking trail in West Atlanta. Recorded using Zoom H6 and Rode NTG2 shotgun condenser microphone
Sound recording of birds chirping in the courtyard enclosed by the Parker H. Petit Building at Georgia Tech, located adjacent to a bus stop. Recorded using a Samsung S6 Edge.
Recording of a student coding in MATLAB. The laptop used was a Dell XPS 13 9350 Touch. This recording was also done in close proximity of a machine lab, with audible hammering noises in the background. Recorded using a Google Pixel XL and the Sony Audio Recorder App.
A student tour guide gives a description of some useful resources from inside the lively main lobby of the Clough undergraduate learning center at Georgia Tech. Many conversations buzz in the background.
Recorded on a Google Pixel 2.
Sound recording of the rooftop garden on top of the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons on a windy afternoon. The primary sounds include a group of students collaborating together for a project along with birds chirping. The strong winds and the machinery noise from the Bunger-Henry building's roof across Tech Green are the secondary sounds. The sound was recorded with an Apple iPhone 7 using the voice memos application.
Sound recording of the wood shop in the Invention Studio Makerspace at the Georgia Institute of Technology. The primary sound captured is the sound of a nail being hammered into a wooden board with secondary sounds including slight conversation and the use of an orbital sander. Recorded with the iPhone X microphone.
A sound recording of a college student vigorously typing on her laptop, on a second floor outdoor patio of a student commons building overlooking a patio and two intersecting streets. The recording was captured with an IPhone 7 Plus+, Model: A1784, 2016.
Sound recording of a student typing on their MacBook Pro laptop in an empty classroom. The classroom has audible air conditioning running, and the sound of the student's sweater can be heard rubbing against the computer as they type. Recorded using a Blue Microphones Bluebird SL Large-Diaphragm condenser microphone and an Alesis MultiMix 4 USB FX 4-Channel Mixer.