Next time you listen to a favorite tune or wonder at the beauty of a natural sound, you might also end up pondering the math behind the music.
You will, anyway, if you spend any time talking with Jesse Berezovsky, an associate professor of physics at Case Western Reserve University. The longtime science researcher and a part-time viola player has become consumed with understanding and explaining the connective tissue between the two disciplines — more specifically, how the ordered structure of music emerges from the general chaos of sound. Full story.
Case Western Reserve University (Science Daily) / May 23, 2019
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