Michael McAloon

Sound Recording of cars driving through a large puddle after a day filled with severe thunderstorms. The cars can be heard approaching from the left side. When they reach the beginning of the puddle, there is an audible slosh. Both continue to drive through the puddle until they reach its deepest point, where water covers half the tire. At this point, each car makes a splash, and then continues to drive off to the right side. Recorded using a Zoom H4N audio recorder.

Maria Sheridan

The sound is the sound taken from the start of an olympic race. This sound acts as a call ("take your mark"} and response (the swimmers diving off the blocks at the 'beep'). This sound is important because of the buildup the start has. It is dead silent, then a monotone voice says "take your mark" and the race is on.

Tian Chen

Sound recording of small pebbles being dropped in a pond in the Duke Gardens. In the background, there are ducks quacking.