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Why Do Fingernails Scraped On A Chalkboard Bother Us So Much?

Cringing at the sound of fingernails being scraped on a chalkboard is an evolutionary remnant of the time when danger lurked just outside the cave and the quicker we responded the better our chances of survival. So the next time you hear one of these offensive noises, after you're done cringing thank your ancestors for developing an auditory alarm system that made you possible.

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Smoke On the Water and the Rolling truck Stones thing

Today marks the 45th anniversary of the fire that inspired a million air guitarists.

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Deconstructing Paul Simon's You Can Call Me Al

This week I’m going to de-construct the soundstage on Paul Simon’s groundbreaking 1986 hit You Can Call Me Al. I used a pair of KEF R900’s powered by a Parasound J1/J2 monoblock/preamp pairing and a Musical Fidelity A1008 CD player.

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Cymatics: The Art of the Visualization of Sound

Cymatics: The Art of the Visualization of Sound

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Our Relationship With Music Matters In A Lot Of Ways We Don't Even Consider

A Quarter Pounder with cheese is a cheeseburger just like a Kobe beef burger with a slice of Caciocavallo Podolico is a cheeseburger, it's just that there are some subtle differences between the two when it comes to experience.

 

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Deconstructing Bohemian Rhapsody

The soundstage for Bohemian Rhapsody varies from being quite simple and straight forward to terrifyingly complex, but let's try to deconstruct it anyway.

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