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Originally posted by 25cents
so i thought about something while i was alleviating last nights binge drinking...
why, the wider and deeper a body of water gets, does the sound reach a lower tone? i've been to school for sound engineering, so if anyone can explain this to me don't be afraid to use technical jargon.
Originally posted by Relentless
Will the Y-Chrome ever cease to amaze me?
I can't believe this thread is in the Science & Technology section.
Now, I want an admission and a report of exactly how to use this notion to play a tune. Oh - we'll need a podcast for proof.
Originally posted by spacedoubt
If you tap on the side as it fills, the pitch goes down.
If you have good ears, you can hear the accoustics of the liquid, AND the accuoustics of the surrounding air.