Miusho, How Does One Describe Sound? That is the Question. What Am I Hearing, How am I telling it? (With 3 audio versions ERROR, Sorry no audio, unable to upload). Challenge, Guess where this is! Only if you want to! But it IS Fun!

door jam Swooshing Open

A real light beat beat beat of the rhythm of the music on the PA System, soft

ha- haing of a mans voice singing in the band.

Music lulls as the squeak and squash to squish dominates the natural airwaves from                  3 Steps Out of Here

Door Jam Door Jam squashing to and fro— “Loving It”spouts out, clear normal

alright, alright pulling everything says a deep voice—                                                        loud, but not shouting

Ready to go, Checked out.

By Sam Sutlive June 4, 2015 at 7:50-8:03pm and 11:25-11:37pm. Posted 11:45pm.

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4 thoughts on “Miusho, How Does One Describe Sound? That is the Question. What Am I Hearing, How am I telling it? (With 3 audio versions ERROR, Sorry no audio, unable to upload). Challenge, Guess where this is! Only if you want to! But it IS Fun!

    • Dear Miusho,
      No I do not use tags. I just looked up tags V. categories because I didn’t know what a tag was.
      Would you recommend them?
      I chose categories about a month after blogging as a way to organize posts just so they wouldn’t be in random places on the ethernet or internet.
      P.S. Do tags organize the posts about similar things even better and more specifically than categories?
      Regards,
      Sam.

      • I have made a post about tags a while ago, I think you missed it. 😛
        Tags are what makes people find your blog in the reader. For example, I use “rant” a lot. If you search the reader with the word / tag “rant”, you will find all blogs that chose it as a tag. You can use upto 15 tags but in this case categories are also seen as tags. So, 1 category with 14 tags or 2 categories with 13 tags etc.
        Does this make any sense?

      • Yes, Miusho that clarifies everything. Thank you for explaining it. Maybe I will play around with using tags.
        Regards,
        Sam.

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