Sounds of Gambino’s Day

Record different sounds throughout your day. It can be as long or as short as you’d like. When you finish, combine them into one long sound of your day! Upload it to SoundCloud

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3 Stars!

I decided to link this assignment to my created character as I thought it was one of the easier assignments to relate. I used a whole conglomeration of different sound effects and uploaded each sound to Audacity. With a little playing around i was able to set up each individual sound just right and you get a sense of what Gambino’s day had in store.

For the first sound I chose an alarm clock as Gambino is rolling out of bed. He then heads to the shower to get his day going. He fires up his car and is off to the poker games. Games are going great and everyone is talking and then gunshots are coming from every direction. You hear screams from the crowd and Gambino disappears.

A day in the life of old Gambino!

6 thoughts on “Sounds of Gambino’s Day”

  1. It’s intersting how the majority of the day sounds like a normal day, up until he goes to play poker. Then things get a little crazy! I could see a clear image in my mind of how Gambino’s day was going and I did like how it ended in an unexpected way with the gunshots. It made me want to know more about the events that led up to the gunshots being fired. Someone must have dealt a deadly good hand and somebody else envied a bit. Who knows? Anyway, good job with this assignment. It was very simple and left me with questions about the end. :)

  2. It’s really interesting combination of the sounds! At the beginning, you combined well mundane sounds of daily life and ended with unexpected gunshot sound was really interesting too! I love it. Nice work!

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