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Posts by Trevor Cox
Follow the road sign to the echo and perform a strange local rhyme which exploits the distinctive echo
A chance to go back in time and get an impression of what our ancestors heard within Stonehenge.
A place to hear nothing. Although you might be surprised to find out when you get there, that your body isn’t as quiet as you think.
How do you communicate over large distances when your mobile phone runs out of charge or there is no network coverage – use a whistling language!
This tiny beautiful island has a ‘Way of Silence’ – a way-marked soundwalk which heightens you hearing.
Ringing stalactites create strange ethereal sounds – an ideal musical instrument for new-age rock music?!
What makes the echoing sound of these caves unusual, is the way the different chambers are connected together. They are named the Bell Caves because of the shape, which also seems an appropriate name for a place with such interesting acoustics.
Drive over a cattle grid and you get a distinctive ringing sound. But why not take that further and have lots of ridges in the road which play whole tunes, even if the melodies are pretty tuneless!
The Singing, Ringing Tree sits high on the Pennine Moors in the UK, using wind to generate discordant and haunting sounds.