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By Josh Lederman and Michael Weissenstein, Associated Press
From koala moans to sand dune groans.
By Nsikan Akpan
Neuroscientists unlock what happens to our brains and behavior when we hear a scream.
Christine Sun Kim is a sound artist. She sends vibrations of her voice along piano wires strung across rooms, and invites people to feel the strings as they carry the sound. She conducts “silent choirs” consisting of facial expressions and…
By Sarah Corapi
By PBS NewsHour
Patrick Loughney talks about the need to preserve our recorded audio and visual history.
A Timeline of Recorded Sound…
By Jenny Marder
A Georgetown neuroscientist's theory on the origins of tinnitus, the phantom ringing that plagues millions of Americans and countless military veterans.
Art Beat talks to the Books backstage at the 9:30 Club about their live performance and about the essential role that found footage plays in their shows.
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