Researchers give voice to historic sounds of Stonehenge

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  • Wednesday, 12 Apr 2017

Doctor Rupert Till, music technologist from the University of Huddersfield, poses for a photograph in the stone circle of the ancient monument of Stonehenge, Amesbury, Britain.

STONEHENGE: If you listen carefully – and with the right app – you can still hear the prehistoric acoustics that swirled around Britain's ancient monument Stonehenge over the last 5,000 years. 

A team of researchers spent eight years creating an app that allows you to hear the different noises the stones generated at various points over thousands of years, long before the traffic noise in the southwest English county of Wiltshire took over.

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