Ancient sound studios..?? Share | Jaxerback posted:8/23/2012 5:41:26 PM (Reply)http://www.otsf.org/Archaeoacoustics.htm It is a very interesting subject..any opinions?? Jaxerback posted:8/23/2012 5:44:25 PM (Reply)Jaxerback posted:8/23/2012 5:52:00 PM (Reply)Sorry I don't have much time lately to extrapolate on some theories..but I think the Hypogeum speaks for itself!!Levinus posted:8/24/2012 9:13:23 AM (Reply)I wouldn't be surprised at all. Music is a global phenomenon, and its principles appear in societies separated by thousands of miles. Concepts like harmonics, multiphonics, and pitch control are seen in traditional music from societies that historically had NO contact with one another. I would think that a great deal of structures were recognized to help in harmonics for chanting and religious music. Youtube up some mongolian throat singing. Or "overtone" singing. This is some pretty ancient music and it would sound amazing in am amplification chamber.Jaxerback posted:8/26/2012 2:33:24 PM (Reply)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4t8ap5KXqQLincolnGenghis posted:9/8/2012 4:33:58 AM (Reply)Allot of structures were thought to be built with acustics in mind. http://dsc.discovery.com/news/2009/01/07/stonehenge-trance.htmlJaxerback posted:9/8/2012 10:08:58 PM (Reply)Stonehenge was an observatory,a place of worship and a night club all in one!! Brilliant!! LincolnGenghis posted:9/14/2012 10:35:55 AM (Reply)Lol yeah some of the people that researched that whole thing did a pretty good job and came up with some interesting conclusions. There was a whole show on that it was pretty interesting. I should try to find it on you tube and post it here if I get a chance.LincolnGenghis posted:9/16/2012 1:25:20 PM (Reply)LincolnGenghis posted:9/16/2012 1:25:23 PM (Reply) Please log in or become a member to add a post.