We cannot see the wind, but we can both hear and see what it does. What some call intuition, others would call the eyes and ears of the heart. In real ways, only when we experience the Universe with our hearts as well as with our minds will our ears hear; our eyes see, realities we otherwise would never know.
“What I’ve learned is; you’ve got to be a driver. It’s like owning a car. You’ve got to know how to drive it.” - Jimmy Dick
Secrets of Sound
Modern science is simply an extension of what we can learn with our eyes, ears and touch. Dr. John Medicine Horse Kelly offers a personal vision of how science relates to the natural world in Aboriginal tradition.
The Invisible Laws
Learn the basic physical facts which help create the music we hear.
Catch a Wave
Waves travel through earth, air, and water, through the visible and invisible, through music and our lives. Discover the many forms and behaviours of this amazing phenomenon that surrounds, comforts us, and calls us to action.
Mapping the Ear
Our colourful diagrams and descriptions take you through the strange (and twisty) world of the human ear.
How do we hear? What allows us to distinguish “high” sounds from “low”? Find out here.
Mysteries of Music
Why does your foot instinctively tap when you hear a musical pattern? Why do certain kinds of music or instruments create certain kinds of emotions in their listeners? Discover some of the research on how we respond to music.
No Strings Attached
Learn about the four major categories of musical instruments and how each of them creates their own unique sound.
Music in Motion
The drum is the heartbeat of the people, and the physics of sound the music of the universe. Dr. Kelly describes how the language of science channels back into the life it describes.
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