Category: tourism

  • Sound Tourism

    I’ve been working on a Travel Guide to Sound; a website that suggests places to visit because they sound interesting or have wierd and wonderful acoustics. Browse a normal travel book and you’ll read detailed descriptions of wonderful places to visit and enjoyable experiences to have. Modern lives are dominated by what we see, and […]

  • Pyramids and chirps

    I’m starting to gather examples of curious acoustic effects – and the sound of the El Castillo pyramid in Mexico is a really good example. An article [1] on this has just appeared in an academic journal I help edit. Apparently, if you sit at the bottom of the steps you think you hear rain […]