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Exercise #931

Exercise #931: Hodge Podge
Posted 2/11/22

We’ve started watching almost all our television shows and movies with captioning on. It helps catch the words when we can’t quite hear them, but sometimes it’s just odd. Here are some sounds to work with in any way you like.

Water dripping
Pen scribbling
Saw blades whirring
Empty shells falling to the floor
Line trilling
Electronic safe beeping
Cutlery clattering
Helicopter chugging
Lock buzzes
Wind roars 

Let us know your choices!

Critiquers, along with the usual technical critique, you might note how well the SUB tied to their choice.

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Please use the subject line:
             SUB: Exercise #931/yourname

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