Listen in on conversations with Laurie Anderson, Brian Eno, and others in Speaking of Music Rewind.
Explore the science of music with us, through these online exhibits, movies, and questions.
Skilled listeners share their secrets.
Examine the art and science of listening through a series of online activities, videos, and more.
Vsit a quirky kitchen where you can compose music with ordinary (and not-so-ordinary) objects.
Produce some pretty mixed-up music with this online interactive.
Experiment with rhythm through stepping, a musical dance form that uses the body as a percussion instrument.
A physicist, a scientist, and a musician experiment with sound, music, and acoustics using instruments both real and found.
Uncover the everyday origins of some extraordinary instruments.
Everyone seems to love the sound of their own voice in the shower. That's because a simple shower stall produces some complex sound-altering effects.
Why do some songs get stuck in your head?
Our reactions may be trained, but the devices that make music sound "sad" are real enough.
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