Sound recording of cicadas above Proctor Creek near the Proctor Creek Greenway, recorded with Sony PCM-M10 recorder and Electro-Voice RE50B omnidirectional dynamic microphone. Voices of students and the bubbling of the creek are faintly audible in the background. The rise and fall of this sound contributes to the welcoming culture of the Greenway, reminding visitors of their natural environment in contrast to the sounds of the nearby city.
Sound recording of Proctor Creek, a moderately sized creek that runs adjacent to the Proctor Creek Greenway, on a hot and humid summer day by a group of kids also on the trail. Recorded with a Zoom H6 recorder and Rode NTG2 shotgun condenser microphone.
Recording of small rapid formation in Belle Isle in Richmond, VA. Recorded on a Zoom H1 recorder around mid day. The water's sound is complex because although the water is rushing, it still creates a sense of tranquility.
The recording is the sound of a man casting his line into the Eno River. The sound of the river is present, and when listening closely one can hear the casting of the line. The sound piece was recorded on a clear, windy day. The recording device was about 10 feet away from the man casting his line so some of the sounds may be slightly muffled. An iPhone 4 was used to record this sound piece.