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Hear the haunting music MIT scientists made from sounds of spider webs – CNET

Researchers sonify the complex structure of a spider web, and the compositions could have applications beyond concerts.

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Coming soon to a music venue near you. 
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Spiders don’t see well, so they sense the world through the vibrations that ripple through their intricate webs as they stretch silk strands or a breeze blows. Turns out those vibrations make for some otherworldly music. 
We know this thanks to the work of MIT scientists who sonified the 3D structure of spider webs and shared the results online. You can listen to their spider sound track in the video below. 
“Sounds like two things: 1. A…

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