Excerpt of a cover done by French-Lebanese singer Anthony Touma of Ed Sheeran song Thinking Out Loud. Touma was a finalist on popular music competition TV show, The Voice. Recorded on a Zoom H4n.
Drake's verse, which exercises the vocal technique of both a fluid flow and then pauses in pace, is an excerpt from the rap song "Forever," which was released as a single from the soundtrack of the "More Than a Game" documentary, centered around professional basketball player LeBron James. While the original recording took place in a studio session, this audio clip was accessed from YouTube (see "Source" for details).
A moderate listener of rap, Rahul Sharma, described what he feels is the aura of ambition that is conveyed and created by Drake's rap song, "Forever," and was recorded with a Zoom audio recording device.
Childish Gambino's couplet, which exercises the vocal technique of pauses in pace, is an excerpt from the rap song "I Be On That" which was released within his third mixtape, "Culdesac." While the original recording took place in a studio session, this audio clip was accessed from YouTube (see "Source" for details).
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 human voice asking Siri voice on iphone, "What does the fox say" in reference to the Ylvis song lyric. Siri is a voice feature in the iphone that serves as an assistant and responds to spoken words. The original song includes varying pitch and rhythmic style. However, Siri repeats the lyric in an electronic, unemotional, and straight tone. The robotic voice is unable to provide musicality to the phrase. A Zoom Recorder was used to create the clip.
Recording of a person who was giving a speech, answering the questions what other people need, what they need, and what we all want - Justice.
The chorus to the patriotic spiritual used to rally Union troops during the American Civil War. The song was adapted from its original version, "John Brown's Body" (an American folk song composed by William Steffe), by Julia Ward Howe,. The lyrics were initially published in The Atlantic Monthly in February, 1862.