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
This sound is the sound recording of two females walking up a few stairs and then walking back down. This sound was recorded to be representative of the fact that our society does not realize how loud we can become with our walking and modes of transportation. These are stairs at Furman University, and students walk up and down stairs every day. You could even go as far to say that this could represent the fact that we take for granted how accessible everything is to us with the invention of stairs.
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.
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.
This is audio of Shafer dining hall ten minutes before it closed. It was recorded on a Zoom H4n Pro mic. Throughout the clip, the sounds of clanging and crashing kitchen supplies, the shuffling of feet, and other various noises can be heard. There is also the ever present hum of my Dell computer, as well as periodic chatter from the employees of the dining hall.