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Loudspeaker announcements at railway stations are often incomprehensible, since the surroundings are noisy. With new software, the clarity of such announcements can be considerably improved.

source: Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft via

The soaring, ocean-wide song of humpback whales is often likened to music, but when researchers first started analyzing the clicks, moans and cries, it took the eye of a mathematician to spot a pattern, writes David Rothenberg at Medium. Rothenberg describes how a network...

source: Smithsonian Magazine

Longmont, Colorado, resident Ashlie Schares believes that singing is the answer for people with low self-esteem and lacking in confidence, and that is what inspired her to form Sing Yourself Happy. Schares moved to Longmont early last...

source: Longmont Times-Call

This is a small video that, in a very clear and resumed way, shows how music books were printed in the 16th century and afterwards. It features the process using movable pieces of type, very similar to that of traditional printing of the time.

source: Luís Henriques

As written by arts and entertainment editor Lou Harry. "I'm reading Meredith Willson's 'The Music Man,' one of the classics of the Broadway musical canon. But some things — lots of things, actually — aren't quite right."

source: Indianapolis Business Journal

When Fox's "Grease: Live!" reached its celebratory conclusion, opinions about it no doubt differed, but one thing was clear: The live-musicals-on-television trend is no longer about trying to capture the magic of being in a Broadway house, if it ever was.

source: The New York Times


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