Humpback Whale Songs, in Sheet Music
by Owen James Burke
Screenshot from video below.
We first heard whale songs thanks to a network of microphones designed to detect Soviet submarines, but it wasn’t till a group of scientific researchers and mathematicians got together and aligned their clicks, moans and groans that we were able to make their sounds more “electronic than melodic, a full range of the kinds of crazy sounds that humans call music today,” writes David Rothenberg at Medium.
Watch video of the transposition below, and read more at Medium.