Adventures In Sound


Am currently obsessed with local news reports of mysterious noises, (there’s plenty of them). And while I know I should be using our current predicament to learn a language, or become proficient on the sousaphone, I’ve been wondering whether I should perhaps start building a sound map of Britain instead.

That said a quick search to check for rival attempts has taken me to The World Hum Map and Database, a website that “documents and maps the self-reported data from people around the world who can hear The Hum, and also provides a serious and disciplined forum for scientific investigations and commentary”, so maybe the sousaphone it is.

4 Responses to “Adventures In Sound”

  1. We have lots of humming round our way (Suffolk) – fortunately not on a register which annoys me too much, but it does irritate Mr. K!

  2. 3 Stephen Baines

    Rattle and……..

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