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Listen to a 27-foot-tall harp that's strummed by the wind.
See how strings behave when they vibrate and make sound.
The length of this vibrating rod affects the sound it makes.
This giant balloon bends sound waves just as a lens bends light.
Meet Douglas Hollis, the artist behind Archimedes.
Listen with your bones.
Talk, clap, yodel, yell—your sounds bounce back at you.
How quietly can you tread this gravel path?
Foxwalking is a simple technique used by trackers like Doniga Markegard to avoid disturbing wildlife.
by Liz Ball • July 13, 2017
Join the Kronos Quartet for a performance like no other.
How will the Exploratorium make music from a total solar eclipse?
Design and build a musical instrument that responds to changing light.
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