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After our 7 hour flight from Lisbon and Boston, we hopped on another flight and we finally made it to Chicago! While waiting for our flight to Omaha, Nebraska, we grabbed a bite to eat in Terminal B’s food court. It was a very busy lunch hour with many people scarfing down their average quick serviced food. Even though our meal didn’t leave much of an impression on us, the ambient sound was fun to record. With our Roland CS-10EM Binaural Microphones and Zoom H6 we captured 8 minutes of authentic cafeteria sounds.
In the recording, you can hear people chatting and even the airplane engines running. Also, you can hear a hum which from the lights around the food court.
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