In this sound, it is the sound of clapping hands. When clapping hands, it brings a sense of accomplishment or happiness towards someone who has earned it. When someone accomplishes their achievements, for example, an African American musicians, once they are finished with their performance, clapping at the end of each performance was a type of accomplishment they gave themselves and a type of joy knowing that the audience enjoys their art just as they do.
In this sound, it is the sound of water running, which was recorded on an iPhone on the second floor of James Cabell Library. This sound of water running can refer to many different ways of use, but in my specific example, it refers to as a foset with running water for people to clean their hands after using the restroom. While for others, that could be the sound of running water that is being filled in the baskets that they use as they are working in the fields.
"Eleele " is a sound of celebration. It is an African calling mainly practiced in Eritrea or Ethiopia. You will frequently hear this sound when there are weddings, baptisms , church events or just because you're feeling happy. It is bit of struggle to do. You have to let the tip of your tongue touch the roof of your mouth. Then move your tongue quickly and start chanting the "elelele" part at the same time. Recorded on iPhone 6s.
The sound of my fist punching against a firm cushion. Making a repetitive pounding sound. I purposely pulled my arm further back to increase the noise so it can have more of a hostile tone. Recorded on iPhone 6s.
The sound of an Iphone face time ringtone alerts the owner of the phone that they are reviving a face time call. The sound of the ringtone is very distinct and has a different ringtone then a regular phone call. This sound was taken place in James Cabell Library on the second floor. Recorded on an IPhone.