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It's been described as 'an anomalous sound heard around the world', a low frequency noise documented by thousands of people, including hundreds of reported cases here in NZ, since it was first… Audio
Sarah Johnston has been delving into the archives at Nga Taonga Sound & Vision to bring us some sounds of Christmas Past. Audio
In his New Plymouth workshop, Trevor Bremner designs and produces the sshhmute, a practice mute for brass instruments Audio
Emma Smith takes a walk around Papakura with Maggie Buxton, curator of Place Stories (Matariki), an app that triggers site specific soundworks from local artists. Audio
A New Zealand man has undergone successful groundbreaking surgery to regain his hearing. Audio
An electronic device has been developed which uses echolocation to alert blind people to obstacles in the environment Audio
The Surgery Studios, run by Lee Prebble, has been a hub for Wellington bands for over a decade.
Emma Smith caught up with Lee now residing in new premises, after the original Surgery, set up in a… Audio
Anthony Lealand from Firework Professionals explains the chemistry and physics of fireworks, how they are manufactured, and demonstrates some sounds Audio
Anthony Lealand from Firework Professionals explains the chemistry and physics of fireworks, how they are manufactured, and demonstrates some sounds. Audio
In the fourth episode, Methods, we look at how Douglas Lilburn got things done. From piano lessons at an early age, through to the setting up of the Electronic Music Studio at Victoria University… Audio
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The National Foundation of the Deaf has compiled a list of the top twelve noises which drive us to distraction. Audio