DRSRL: What we do

The DRSRL is a new direction in the sythesis between science, music, and the arts. We provide sonification services to enhance the scientific public outreach efforts for research groups throughout the world. The following are some of the organizations that have used our work and a brief description of their projects.

The Climate Change Research Center at the University of New Hampshire:

The Climate Symphony: Ice core data
AIRMAP: Air quality data
The Experimental Space Plasma Group at the University of New Hampshire:

Solar Songs: Solar storm data from 1998
Cluster: Cluster spacecraft as they cross the bow of the earth
The Lunar and Planetary Lab at the University of Arizona:

Mars Odyssey Gamma Ray Sonification: Gamma ray data related to the seasons on Mars

The Seismic Sonata: Seismic data from the 1994 Northridge, CA, earthquake for use in museums.
Center for Cognitive Brain Imaging at Carnegie Mellon:

fMRI Sonification Explorations: Cognitive test data