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.
Proctor Creek Greenway and its lush greenery provide a temporary escape from the busy streets of Atlanta, as the natural sounds of birds chirping and footsteps can be heard in the background. Yet, the sound of the airplane flying over in the audio recording is a gentle reminder of how close the trail is to the city. With Emerald Corridor Foundation's future plans and its close proximity, the Greenway will be accessible to and from the heart of Atlanta, creating a safe pathway between itself and Georgia Tech's Kendeda Living Building. Recorded with the Zoom H5 Recorder and Rode NTG2 Shotgun Condenser Microphone.
Recording of scurrying footsteps, slam of locking building door, constant noise of the coffee stand's refrigerator case, and distant sounds of conversation and air conditioning.
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.
- Format : Wave
- File size : 14.7 MiB
- Duration : 20s 21ms
- Overall bit rate mode : Constant
- Overall bit rate : 6 144 Kbps
- Album : Emergengy Evacuation
- Track name : Breathing Footsteps
- Track name/Position : 001
- Performer : ArjunSinh Nakum
- Director : ArjunSinh Nakum
- Recorded date : 2018
- Original source form/Name : Emergengy Evacuation
- Comment : Background HeartBeats
- ITRK : 001
- Format : PCM
- Format settings : Little / Signed
- Codec ID : 1
- Duration : 20s 21ms
- Bit rate mode : Constant
- Bit rate : 6 144 Kbps
- Channel(s) : 1 channel
- Sampling rate : 384 KHz
- Bit depth : 16 bits
- Stream size : 14.7 MiB (100%)
Walking on gravel in a park of Richmond Virginia during a cold morning. Recorded using a Zoom H1 audio recorder on stereo mode. The sound of the gravel can be heard lightly under the sound of other small brush plant life.
Dried Oak tree leaves being crunched by a light foot in Richmond Virginia on one of the old slave trails. Captured during late Fall season. Recorded by a Zoom H1 audio recording device.
Sound recording of the Oberlin College Science Center right before morning classes. Recorded on an iPhone 5S The sound of innumerable conversations echo in the large space that is encapsulated by the Oberlin College Science Center is supported by the countless footsteps that hit the shiny floors with unwavering consistency.