Dr. Daniel Fink writes about archaeoacoustics. It’s a fascinating area of study, joining anthropologists and acoustic engineers to try to recreate the soundscape of ancient sites.
Deer change nature’s soundscape, just like humans do. But deer do it unintentionally by eating the underbrush that provides acoustical privacy for song birds.
They really don’t make music like they used to. Music today is louder as measure of sound within a recording, even as audio pros worry about aural fatigue.
What is sound tourism? It’s a branch of tourism for people who like to seek out places with unique sounds. Click here to learn more!
Listen to a sea organ make music via waves. A clever installation using wave energy to make mesmerizing sounds.
Researchers believe that recording a rainforest’s soundtrack could help preserve it. Click here to learn about bioacoustics and how this burgeoning field hopes to save the world’s rainforests.