11 sounds with tag Home
  • Breadbox Nils Johan

    This is a breadbox manufactured by the Swedish company Nils Johan sometime during the 1970s. Nils Johan was a prominent manufacturer of kitchenware in...
  • Coffee maker

    Coffee maker

    Coffee grounds are placed in a paper filter inside a funnel, which is set over a glass coffee pot. Cold water is poured into a separate chamber, which...
  • Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Dalek toy

    If one has seen the British sci-fi series Doctor Who, then no further explanation is needed. However, for all of you who haven't seen the show, one is...
  • Handheld lawn mower

    This is the sound of a small handeld lawn mower. It is pulled back and then forward, creating quite a unique sound as the blades within it are turned around...
  • IBM Electrical Typewriter

    This is an electrical typewriter from 1988 manufactured by IBM. You use the keyboard to type in what you want the typewrite to type for you. The text can...
  • Lift from the early 1900s, Inside (1)

    Inside a lift from the early 1900s made by Luth & Roséns Elektriska AB in Stockholm, probably under ownership of ASEA. This lift is placed in an old Jugend-styled...
  • Noisy apartment

    The sound of a noisy apartment! Linköping (where this sound was recorded) is certainly not New York and noise pollution is perhaps not a big problem...
  • Noisy Apartment part 2

    How´s life living in an expanding area where construction of new apartments are going on? Well it sonds something like this. Sound recording and photography:...
  • Old Light Switch

    This is a light switch that has a sound and appearance that is very common to many Finns. It is a rotary switch that is found in many Rintamamiestalos....
  • Screwing gun

    Same as before, only now a screw is screwed into the plank and then removed using a screwing gun. Photo and recording by Erik Pålsson.
  • Washboard

    The washboard from around 1900 is a tool for washing clothes. Before the washing machine was invented, washboards were common in practically all households...