This summer, I visited Washington D.C. with my girlfriend to see one of her good friends from college. Aside from getting a little behind-the-scenes tour of NPR's news operation, I rode the Metro a ton. Being from Chicago, it's amazing that any train can produce less than a cacophonous, deafening roar. The D.C. Metro has a haunting sound as it passes, like ghosts wandering through a science museum.<br><br>I found a sample online last week.<br><br>It made me think about field recording. It would be fun to grab some equipment and just go out hunting for interesting sounds.<br><br>-- Cee Bee Double-U
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