• Posts Tagged ‘Science of Music’

    Fiction: A Catchy Little Tune

    by  • August 5, 2019 • Fiction • 1 Comment

    Photo of a sound board with images of DNA strands and chemistry equipment above it.

    From the blog of Arthur Plague: singer/songwriter, creative genius (lapsed), as provided by Alan Bennington Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye Saturday: Farewell Abbey. Well, what a hoot! Finally arrived in this God-forsaken place just after two, to find it’s not so bad after all. I booked it a while ago, just after my latest diagnosis....

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    Music and Mad Science

    by  • April 16, 2019 • MSJ Time Machine • 0 Comments

    Neon in the shape of a human face and musical notes

    Music and mad science aren’t things that always go together, but we’ve published a few stories over the years involving these two topics. “Cryptoid Sonics: An Investigation into the Uses of Cryptozoological Sounds” by Andy Brown (applications for the sounds made by cryptids) (available in MSJ Spring 2018) “The Nightingale of Atlantic City” by...

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