Did acoustics affect where palaeolithic cave 'art' was painted?
Did the first large scale scientific test of the theory that acoustics affected where palaeolithic cave ‘art’ was painted, support the hypothesis? The lead author on the paper explains.
Adding spatial audio to Ricoh Theta 360 Video
Replacing the sound track on a 360 video
Extreme acoustics in the Emanuel Vigeland mausoleum
The remarkable acoustic matches the extraordinary frescos in the Emanuel Vigeland museum, Oslo
Preserving endangered sounds
Preserving favourite endangered sounds
Why do bubbles sound bubbly?
As you break open the champagne this Christmas, listen to the sound of the bubbles suggests Jonathan Riley. Earlier this week I watched Dr. Helen Czerski’s programme about the science of bubbles. One of the things she talked about was how a bubble makes a sound as it rises through a liquid. We know that […]
What 'bang' and 'bloop' tell us about how our brains listen
Do we have few English words describing sounds because of the way of hearing evolved?
A London Soundwalk
Instructions for a soundwalk in central London and some thoughts from the book buyers who went on it.
Listening to the Northern Lights: part 2
When the northern lights are close to the ground, sometimes you get a spluttering sound.
Listening to the Northern lights
Aural renderings of the northern lights and other low frequency radio waves.
What sounds are keeping you awake at night?
Can you mine twitter to look at attitudes to noise? Looking at results from #nightsounds