Question: What causes increased flatulence on airplanes? Short answer: Decreasing air pressure.
Question: Is it possible to aim farts? Short answer: No.
This week’s post is the third of our three-part exploration of reverb, as applied to farts. This time around we’re using a Web Audio API extension for creating reverb nodes with an accompanying open-source impulse-response reverb library. An impulse is a short and loud audio event that is used for testing the response to sound…
Question: Why do many simultaneous farts sound like a single fart? Short answer: Math.
Question: What happens when a lot of people fart for a long time in a small space? Short answer: They see ghosts.
This week’s post is essentially a reprint of our post of a couple of weeks ago, but using a different open source digital sound manipulator from Masashi Yoshikawa called Reverb.js. A far more elaborate & featureful tool, we have exposed all of the available parameters below, and included the same six farts from TwoTone to…
Question: Do people smell their own farts before others do? Short answer: Usually.
Following on from last week’s post concerning our attempt to approximate the experience of hearing a famous fart from different locations in an acoustic space, this week we’ve decided to continue this exploration by experimenting with an open source digital sound manipulator called Pizzicato.js. The following is from Pizzicato’s documentation: The reverb effect is similar…
Question: Do farts have political implications? Short answer: Yes.
Question: Why do farts smell bad? Short answer: Microbial threats.