Dozens of traditional cultures use a whistled form of their native language for long-distance communication. You could, too.
A lovable grouch, obsessed with the magic of American sidewalk harmony, runs the Philadelphia shop
Using Nuclear Bomb Detectors, Scientists Overhear the Secret Songs of a Never-Before-Seen Pygmy Blue Whale Population
The new group is named 'Chagos' after the islands close to where the melodies were detected
Sounds like birdsong and flowing water may alleviate stress, help lower blood pressure and lead to feelings of tranquility
The study finds that fin whale songs are powerful enough to reverberate through the Earth’s crust, allowing scientists to study its thickness and structure
This episode from the sixth season of the Smithsonian's "Sidedoor" podcast delves into the history of Barbara Dane's revolutionary Paredon Records
From bird songs in an Indian jungle to the flowing waves of a Sardinian beach, a new tool spotlights 50 soothing soundscapes
Birds adapted to singing above the urban noise chirped lower, softer melodies
Sometimes, technology has more impact after it's obsolete
Called "Social Distancing, Haiku and You," Alan Nakagawa's project will result in a sound collage that interweaves a multitude of voices
Media outlets have likened the sound to a "brief groan," a "long, exasperated 'meh' without the 'm,'" and "rather like 'eeuuughhh'"
The find is fascinating, but can’t save these marine ecosystems by itself
An expert in sound recording details how the band deployed stereo and synthesizers to put a unique artistic stamp on this iconic album
Researchers spent years trying to trace the source of the rhythmic, gunshot pattern to the endangered whale species
The sound of the speaker on recording, which was found earlier this year, has been described as 'sweet, delicate, very feminine'
152 Nassau Street in Atlanta was home to the first country music recording hit made before the genre even had a name
An art installation is playing an endless loop of the 1982 earworm in an undisclosed location in the desert along Africa's southwest coast
A new exhibit at the Imperial War Museum uses seismic data collected during the war to recreate the moment the Armistice went into effect