A short flip across the FM radio dial with cell phone interference. The file is slowed to roughly half speed. ...
A few cuss (or curse) words from American English, spoken with no context. These are generally expletives and insults one ...
Brushing teeth, rinsing and swishing, spitting, banging the toothbrush on the sink, and running water.
Monotone recording of young children on a playground, with a truck driving up.
Monotone recording of young children yelling and playing on a playground.
A more intense flip across the am radio dial in the United States, this time at night.
A small flock of blue jays cacking as they feed.
The loud caw of a single blue jay (Cyanocitta cristata).
One dog barking and another, more like a puppy, whining, in an animal shelter.
Large crowd in a small bar, quite loud. Some distinct comments can be discerned.
Applauding crowd in an outdoor football stadium.
Hum of heavy equipment in a city street. A car alarm goes off obnoxiously.
Construction site with foreman calling orders as the crane lifts girders into place.
A generic-type construction recording, with heavy equipment humming and a drill working on girders.
Volume boost on the AM (amplitude modulation) band static wave.