Scott M. Finney

Sound recording of moving foliage before grasping the base of vegetable roots and picking the plants from a garden bed in winter. Captures the struggle of removing the firmly entrenched roots from the soil, their habitat. Recorded on an Iphone 6s.

Zachary Hughes (Furman University)

This clip captures a stainless steel knife cutting through the tissue a Thanksgiving turkey. As the legs are moved aside to remove more meat from the bird, some of the bones crack. 

Mira Brody

Sound of ice dropping from ice dispenser of vending machine into a metal Yeti cup. 

Harrison Broyles

A Furman student drinking from a water fountain in a Lakeside Lounge and the resulting cooling mechanisms produced by the fountain.

The sounds in this bite include the opening and closing of a small mini-fridge door, taking out a jar, and unscrewing its lid. The sound is recorded just outside of the fridge door, and the lid is taken off the jar near the phone. Small sounds of rattling from the refrigerator shelves and movements from my hands can also be heard.

Rachel Moss

This recording is a Furman student's typical fast food order at Cookout and her interaction with the cashier. 

Nicholos Lophong

Making tea in a single serve tea maker that uses tea bags

Scott Finney

Nestle espresso, coffee and hot chocolate machine dispensing espresso into a metal cup. Recorded in Furman University Daniel Dining Hall on an Iphone 6s. Background includes indiscernible conversation and an ice machine dispensing into a plastic cup starting at around 7 seconds.

Tammy Ray

Opening a bag of potato chips inside of a car at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina.

Nino Kodua

This is a sound recording of a borscht soup (a beet soup frequently consumed in the Slavic countries) being cooked with the lid off. The stove was on the high heat. You can hear the sound of the metal pan and stove in the background. It was recorded with a Zoom H4N recorder.