Two musicians have analyzed 600-old carvings and believe that they encode music using cymatics.

What I find fascinating is that it might just be true. I can very well imagine monks observing that patterns of dust on a table organize themselves as they sing, improving their collective harmony by trying to obtain aesthetically pleasing patterns, and finally engraving these patterns as a record of the music they were chanting.

You can listen to this music in the video below:


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