Researchers elevate musicians in the air and attach lasers to their instruments
In the name of science, musicians will sit in a chair several feet above the floor in an echoless room and play "Somewhere over the Rainbow" hundreds of times. And they do all this with a laser attached to their instrument, which they must keep aimed inside of a small target in front of them.
This painstaking precision yields better sound maps than you can find anywhere else in the music industry. Read More