Peter points us at Asegun Henry, a Georgia Tech mechanical engineer. He wants to turn every element in the periodic table into music. The goal is an educational app that somehow catalogues the unique musical signature for everything we see below.
That’s 119 “songs”–at least as of today. By way of example, this is what silicon sounds like in its crystalline form. Trent Reznor should sample this for the next NIN record.
In fact, here’s what Henry did with the sound of silicon.
Me? I’m waiting to see what he does with dysprosium and (my favorite elemental metal), praseodymium.