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An online exhibition from the Exploratorium museum focussing on music. Find out why your singing sounds so great in the shower or have a go at mixing your own tunes
A thorough guide to music acoustics, covering general principles but also a detailed look at different musical instruments including the guitar, violin, didgeridoo and human voice.
A tutorial from the Physics Classroom that clearly explains the nature, properties and behaviour of sound waves and music, with good animations.
A news article about asteroseismology from the BBC
Information and video clips on these concepts in music.
Information on fundamental frequencies in relation to music.
Cool project where you can compose your own tunes using music based on the radiation emitted by radioactive isotopes.
Physicists have used X-rays to reveal music hidden for 200 years.
Explores the music made by a symphony orchestra, with historical facts, several sound samples and illustrations for each instrument group.
Geek pop is an annual online festival of music inspired by science. They also have a monthly podcast in which they dissect the science inside songs.
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