For my second post, I made use of FMT software, free sound.org as well as other screen recording devices to develop this post. This post is centered around the audio aspect of our course but will be supported through web narration as well; just to give the audience some background contact of the actions that are at hand. I created a sound which entails an audio representation of the actions at hand; there will be a sense of panic brewing on the streets of Downtown Fredericksburg; Brantford hears people in the street panicking in the streets after the earthquake and immediately thinks of the bridge. Brantford runs to the edge of the hill and sees a massive collapse in the foundation of the bridge, which would lead to the derailment of any train that passes through. He quickly runs to the base of the rappahanock river, and navigates through the woods to the base of the bridge, opposite of downtown Fredericksburg. Brantford can hear and feel the train coming, so he braces himself and flexes his muscles (like the hulk) to prepare himself to bring a freight train to a grinding halt before its derailment. He sees the train turn the corner, and plants his feet between the metal bars in the tracks and braces for impact. He extends his arms as the train approaches, and upon contact extends a roaring boom/shockwave which can be heard across Fredericksburg. The train has come to a steaming halt, and a human shaped figure has been indented at the front of the train. Brantford Emerges from the compression and shakes off his shoulders and simply walks away, unharmed.