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written by Alex Case
sub author: Martha Heil
Find out why some spaces in subway stations are so good at reflecting sound waves, allowing sound levels to build up naturally, with no need for microphones or loudspeakers. This makes them appealing alternative performance areas for street musicians.
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Record Creator: Metadata instance created July 15, 2004 by Cathy Ezrailson
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