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Science of Sound and Music

About

The Science of Sound and Music workshops and curriculum resources are part of the Listening to Waves, a project sponsored by the National Science Foundation, seeks to inspire students to develop a deeper appreciation of both science and sound. Click the button below to access the resources on the Listening to Waves website or look below for Upcoming Events to participate.

 

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MFLOW

MFLOW is a flow-based programming language for making music and sound compositions. You can drag blocks of sound into the screen, put sound recordings in them, connect them with arrows to create sequences, loop them to create rhythms, and manipulate them in many different ways. It was created by Victor Minces in collaboration with Wanli Xing and Chenglu Li.

Click to read about how MFLOW was developed with teachers

Watch this video to learn about the curriculum resources that can be accessed here:

Draft MFLOW Curriculum

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