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Legendary music archivist Alan Lomax made it his life's work to preserve and promote the sounds of local culture.
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From Klingon to Elvish, what makes a good constructed language?
The mind-boggling technology behind space communication.
What can we expect the future to sound like, and how can we build a sonic utopia?
The way we each experience sound depends on so many unique factors, from tiny receptors in our ears to the way we were taught to communicate.
How a four-note melody from the 13th century became a movie soundtrack superstar.
What's it like when every sound you hear—from the whir of the coffee grinder to the beep of the microwave—all sound like musical notes?
The sound design wizardry behind the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park, and how these sounds compare to what dinos REALLY sounded like.
The stunning rise and fall of Napster, and how it transformed the music industry in a few short years.
A diagnosis of vocal nodes is every singer's worst nightmare. But when nodes develop, is all hope truly lost?