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Heading to bed after a long day of Space Travel
Bunk Area of the USS Adiona
Life on the USS Adiona can get pretty crazy. It’s been an exhausting shift, but it’s finally time for bed. The cramped living quarters means you’re sharing a bunk area with about 11 other people, but you’ve gotten used to the sounds of the others moving around and breathing by now.
You lay down in your bunk ready to fall into a dreamless sleep. The com system calls someone to a station. Around you a few people are preparing for their own shift, or are just coming back like you. The slight soundproofing of the walls makes sure their footsteps don’t echo, but the floor isn’t quite as nice. The sound the door makes as it opens and closes isn’t to loud either, luckily.
The rumble of the engines and the whir of the ventilation system has become your lullaby in the past few months.
It sounds like someone nearby is on their computer, probably finishing up some paperwork before they hit the hay.
You briefly wonder what it would be like if you were on one of those giant Intrepid class ships. Probably better soundproofing if you’re honest. And private rooms. But as it is, the USS Adiona is only a Transport Ship, and all space had to be maximized.
Your thoughts drift away. You realize at some point you closed your eyes, and your breathing has slowed down without you noticing. You feel your body begin to relax. It’s time to go to sleep. Goodnight.
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List of audio files used:
- computer_activate by *)
- High-Heeled Footsteps by anagar from www.freesound.org +)
- Slow breathing by BenLam +)
- Bed Sheet Rustle by cmorris035 from http://freesound.org +)
- Engine rumble by Gaius Ross +)
- Old Ventilator by ofabra from http://freesound.org +)
- CommChatter by Starwars.com +)
- DS9 Office Door 2 by Trek Core +)
*) Soundsnap.com license