Listening Exercise


Wind: I chose the colors black, grey, and white, because it was a cool day with big white and grey clouds. The wind was so strong that you could here it circling through the forest.

Mosquito: When I hear mosquitos they are usually to close for comfort, and they bombard you. They are annoying, spastic, and irritating. So these colors were the best resemblance.

Geese: For the Geese I chose colors from the rainbow. Rainbow colors are common colors used to get peoples attention, from picketing signs to a sky that makes everyone stop and stair. No matter how anyone tries, you always recognize geese when they are flying overhead, so naturally this was fitting.

Mallard: The Gold trophy of the skies. Every duck hunter knows that the mallard is the prize in the sky. I matched the mallard feed call to the lines and its frequency. It starts with two very high equal distinct patterned call, then they reduce in sound until silent.

Wood Duck: A wood ducks whistle is one of the strongest whistles made by any other migratory bird. They start out very dramatic and then they reduce the tone down to a very thin, long drawn whistle which ends in a very chaotic encore.

Frogs: Rum, Rum, Ribbet, Ribbet. A frogs sound starts out strong and gently dissipates into a ripple of multilayer tones. The color green was used to match that of a frog.

Beaver Splash: The splash starts out very loud, vibrant, and it is a great attention getter, but it fades very quickly. A beaver will splash the water when it feels like its life may be in danger.

Wood pecker: Almost everyone has heard a woodpecker. It starts out quiet with no noise, just anticipation, then it explodes into a very loud rapid pattern.


About streetcl

Born in the "315" Walworth, NY. I was raised in the country and born into a bloodline with talent. My grandfather Lindsay Streeter was a cartoonist for Commanding Officers in World War 2. He was noticed in the "Time Life magazine" for creating Omar Bradly's Christmas Card, and cartoons drawn for Private Eightball. My father Richard Streeter is an award winning Taxidermist on Route 104 NY. Just like the Streeter way I too have indulged myself into the arts. The only difference is that I am growing up into a privileged country where everything is turning electronic. Art, books, entertainment, everything is turning visual as a day grows old. As of now I am a student at Alfred State College of Technology (SUNY). I am in the DMA program, Digital Media and Animation. All my life I have been fascinated with the outdoors, I try to craft every model, masterpiece, and photograph as an open book of my life. Much of my work is influenced by memories and places I have been. My favorite Artist are Daniel Smith, Darrel Bush, and Terry Redlin. My work here at Alfred is nothing but a sliver to what I plan to accomplish, but only through this college, and this program, have I been pushed to what I am capable of doing. " My work is like a Depth Finder, it has its high's and low's, but every reading is vital." - Cody Streeter
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