The Engadget Podcast Ep 26: The Sounds of Science
The Note 7 saga ends and the government subtweets itself.
Alan Turing's groundbreaking synthesizer music restored
Computer-generated music is just another of his gifts to the world.
Jack White's label played a vinyl record at 94,000 feet
It required some clever tech to keep playing on its ascent to the stratosphere.
Make music with the Large Hadron Collider through a web app
Quantizer turns particle collisions into sweet sounds.
Recommended Reading: A look at what music does to your brain
The best long-form writing on technology and more in print and on the web.
Eye-tracking app lets you make music hands-free
Eye Conductor lets the paralyzed compose tunes.
Robotic arm gives drummers an extra hand to thrash with
This should help with your Rush cover band.
Watch the rock band Deerhoof experiment with sound at CERN
The indie rockers from Deerhoof got a rare opportunity to jam in one of CERN's giant test facilities.
The Big Picture: U2's tour art takes a page from particle physics
U2's tour art, taken in part from the Large Hadron Collider, shows that science can be pretty.