This is the sound of a cafeteria in the Divinity school. During the lunch hour, many conversations are occuring while occupants are sitting at long, narrow 8-person tables. The close proximity in which these discussions take place can still be heard as some get up to bus their plates and silverware before parting ways. Similar to the Divinity Cafe, hospital cafeterias are filled with a diverse array of personnel: physicians, nurses, other healthcare staff, patients, and families. These various groups might coexist in the same place, but they might bus their trays before ever intermingling. However, the shared eating space can still remind us of the communal aspects of healthcare.
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.
The sound of an electric turkey carver shaving off pieces of white meat and dark meat to be eaten for the Thanksgiving meal. Recorded on a Zoom Recorder
A sound recording of me pushing buttons on a hotel microwave to set the clock to 3 seconds. The microwave went for the total time and then I pressed the clear button. Recorded on an iPhone 7.
Sound recording of biting into and chewing a Granny Smith Apple. The apple is being eaten in a college dorm room at Furman University. One bite of the apple is being taken, then the bite is chewed and swallowed. Recorded with a Zoom H4n sound recorder.
Sound recording of the process of eating ice cream, including opening the container, a metal spoon hitting the table, scooping the ice cream, chewing, and re-sealing the container. Recorded using a Zoom H4n sound recorder.
Chocolate-covered espresso beans being scooped from a grocery store bulk section into a produce bag. Sound recorded at a snack section of an Ingles grocery store. The sound depicts a customer opening the snack container, grabbing and opening a produce bag, then scooping the chocolates into said bag.