Why A Musical California Road Sounds Terrible
October 24th, 2017
If you’re going to take the time and energy to plan out a highway to play music as people drive along it, you should do it correctly, right? Well a stretch of road in Lancaster, California plays classical music as you drive over it but there’s one problem…it’s out of tune and therefore sounds terrible.
YouTuber, Tom Scott, explains that basically the engineers did the math wrong and put the grooves in the wrong places. Take a listen to the song as he drives over it and see if you can recognize it. And hear his whole explanation at PowerNationTV.com
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