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Category Archives: Sound
Music is normally a temporal process, but Beethoven, uniquely, uses it to enclose space, the most vast volume of space possible. Thus Beethoven literally expanded the hologram for anyone understanding his music, and he was part of a historic movement … Continue reading
Older people often have difficulty understanding conversation in a crowd. Like everything else, our hearing deteriorates as we age. There are physiological reasons for this decline: We lose tiny hair cells that pave the way for sound to reach our … Continue reading
Arc Attack offers a Singing Tesla Coil Emulator on their website. It also promises the possibility of seeing a VST version of these pitched Arcs at somepoint.
A new device that links spy glasses, a webcam and a smart phone could make it easier for blind people to “see” shapes by converting visual signals to auditory ones and sending them to another part of the brain. Its … Continue reading
I’m not a big fan of the slowed down sound trend but information is beautiful and hides art we often overlook within it’s patterns.
Scientists at the University of Glasgow have, for the first time, been able to drag light by slowing it down to the speed of sound and sending it through a rotating crystal. Most people may think the speed of light … Continue reading
About a year and a half after her stroke, a 36-year-old professor started to feel sounds. A radio announcerâ€™s voice made her tingle. Background noise in a plane felt physically uncomfortable. Now Tony Ro, a neuroscientist at the City College … Continue reading
The Laboratory of Applied Bioacoustics (LAB), a unit of the Universitat PolitÃ¨cnica de Catalunya (UPC), directed by Professor Michel AndrÃ©, has recorded the sound of the earthquake that shook Japan on Friday, March 11. The recording, now available online, was … Continue reading
They look like just another three-piece band, with drums, violin and guitar. But stop and listen to Edgar Berdahl and his colleagues, and you’ll notice things aren’t quite what they seem. Strange tones emerge from their instruments, sometimes without any … Continue reading
Scholars at Australia’s La Trobe University just released a study showing a correlation between caffeine intake and auditory hallucinations. In layman’s terms: Lots of coffee might make you more likely to hear things that aren’t there. Researchers came to the … Continue reading