Posts tagged with sound

Riki Gooch and the sounds of tapa

Riki Gooch, musician and producer, in the Paperskin exhibition

Music and museum exhibitions haven’t always gone together – all part of the old idea that a museum should be a solemn and silent place. Today, sound compositions in exhibitions are being used as part of the visitor experience. They offer a different way to approach the things on display – one in which the music speaks… Read more »

What are we looking for in the throat?

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A blog from Bruce Reidenberg  The pygmy right whale – chin on. You can see first incisions. Dr. Joy Reidenberg has examined larynges (voice boxes) of many aquatic and terrestrial mammals.  There are unique adaptations of whales to life in the water.  One of these adaptations is the use of sound.  Whales tend to make… Read more »