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Sounds of UCL: Advanced Centre for Biochemical Engineering

UCL Sound on June 24, 2013 10:14

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    UCL Advanced Centre for Biochemical Engineering in the basement of the Bernard Katz Building. The sounds of heavy industrial biotech machinery laying idle.

    Recordings from 4 locations brought together. There were some tweaks on the EQ and a small amount of reverb on the phd student working in the background. Otherwise, it's a simple four-location recording being faded in.

    This track is published under Creative Commons Attribution, so you may download, use and remix, but you must cite the sound recordist and UCL as the source.

    This track is part of our Sounds of UCL, a series of audio recordings from around the university created by our staff and students. For more sounds, check out the full set here:
    Sounds of UCL by UCL Sound

    Recordists: Dr Farlan Veraitch, UCL Biochemical Engineering

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