Kyle Baer

Recording of a Speed Queen Industrial Washer in the Blackwell Residence Hall laundry room running a hot water cycle with four quarters inside. A stereo pair of contact mics by JrL were attached to the soap drawer and base of the machine, while a Zoom H4n Handy Recorder with unidirectional stereo mics was held about three inches in front of the porthole (four total audio tracks).

Shauna Bierly

Sound recording of washers and dryers tumbling in a college dorm laundry room, as well as a vending machine and footsteps.

Mingxuan Zha

Sound of drying a shower towel by hand in Randolph dorm on Duke University East Campus. The towel was washed by a washing machine and then taken out, still soaked with water, to produce the sound. Recorded on a Zoom H4n.

Sarah Hendrix

Sound recording of a Speed Queen Electric Dryer in Duke University's Randolph Dorm. The clothes dryer is filled with approximately one and a half weeks worth of clothing. It is set to high temperature and a normal spin cycle. Recorded on a Zoom H4n.