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Science of Music: Accidental Scientist

This site is all about learning about the science of music.
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What is music? Is playing a garbage can different than playing a drum? This site is all about learning about the science of music, offering online exhibits, films, and questions that explore the science of music. Features include clever activities that lead to writing, mixing, and experimenting with music, videos that explain tuning, stepping (or rhythmic movement), instrument building, and the changes music makes when played in different kinds of spaces, and with entertaining questions and answers that keep things light. Find out the different ways that music is in all of us.

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