• Record the same interaction with 5-10 same products that have the same function.
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* Repeat the process at least four times (four groups of products). Present one group.
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  • Use sound descriptors to talk about sound quality of these products.
  • Explain which product in each group has best sound quality, according to you, and why.
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* Upload four groups of products (4x5-10 videos) here.
  • Archive your videos below (before Thursday’s class) using your descriptors.
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* Upload video files to blip.tv.
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(For each** video file, include link, include player, note your names, provide meaningful tags describing the sounds)



  • Produced by: Johannes Kiesbauer and David Herzog
  • Tags: light switch zipper bicycle bell keyboard product sound quality difference compare

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Produced by: Barbara Schuler, Stefano Teseo

Sounds of different kinds of papers and cartons torn apart


Sounds of typing on different keyboards


Sounds of different zippers


Sounds of different buttons


Produced by: Stefano Delle Monache, Stefano Fumagalli, Valerie Bugmann, Simone Lueling
Sound quality of (un)lock of various laptop






Produced by Kälin, Vega, Beeli
Sound of different sinks


Sound of different zippers


Sound of different doors


Sound of different papers1


Sound of different papers2


Sound of different buttons


Matthias Peter / Nina Meier
Sound of different Mouse Buttons, Space Bars and Something else.
Sound of Different Mouse Buttons and Space Bars