These sounds are from the Georgia Tech Glee Club singing "Seven Bridges Road" by The Eagles in an enclosed room at West Village of Georgia Tech. The way the sound is heard signals that it is inside of an enclosed room with a fairly small square footage. This can be understood because of the reverberations of the chorus sound waves bouncing off of the wall which creates this boxed in effect. The reverberations of sound create a slight echo that, although subtle, have a powerful ability to describe the room the singers are in. The audio was recorded using Voice Memos on an iPhone 6s.
Sound recording of a duet performance of Frank Loesser's "Baby it's Cold Outside". The duet consists of a male and a female singer.
Sound recording of a South Carolinian imitating the cries of a merchant from his hometown. Catchy tunes such as these were a common form of advertising in a society without digital media or amplification.
Sound recording of a South Carolinian imitating a memorable field holler from his hometown. Field hollers such as this were often used to signal the end of the work day among slaves.