Let’s take a look at the anatomical and acoustical reasons behind why most people don’t like the sound of their own voice.
Let’s examine ways in which animals have used sound to their advantage, as well as their potential to connect with traditional music created by humans.
Let’s discuss what binaural beats are, how to create them, and whether they’re a legitimate phenomenon or merely an auditory illusion.
Learn how noise-cancelling headphones block out everything from the hum of an AC unit to the roar of jet engines.
The mp3 may be one of the most recognizable file types in music, but is it still as important today as it once was?
From MP3s to phone calls, a lot of the technology you use every day was developed with psychoacoustics in mind – let’s explore the science of what we hear.
Let’s explore the various stereo and multi-channel spatial audio techniques used by audio professionals to trick our brains into “locating” sounds.
Building your own DIY binaural dummy head might sound intimidating, but it actually isn’t all that hard to do.