Lately, the weather in NYC has been less than beautiful. We’ve been hit with over 10 inches of snow that has been mixed with rain, making a slushy nasty mess all around. I went outside on Saturday to see if I could find some interesting slushy sounds, but I was less than thrilled with the results. After an hour outside in the nasty slush, I decided to move back indoors, and that is when I remembered that we had an incredibly squeaky door that I have been meaning to record for quite some time.
It might look like we live on a 45° angle, or in the Leaning Tower of Pisa, but don’t worry, it is just the photo. The door might not be crooked, but it sure can squeak:
There is a slight edit in the recording: after I opened the door, I stepped inside and then closed it, so the perspective definitely shifts. I figured I was going inside, I might as well record the door from the inside.
Recording Geek Note: Rig consists of Schoeps CMC5 setup for MS, with the MK4 as the mid. It was all tracked to a Sound Devices 744T at 24/96.