Tactile Transducer

No of course not. Being a little creative … you could build a kind of wooden “stage” on which you stand. Underneath you mount two shakers or even better a Clark tactile transducer. The music – and especially the low – you then “hear” to a large extent through your tissue and bones without bothering people around you. You can also use something like that for film and games.

As the most striking example of how it works: Why does your voice sound so strange when you hear it back through a recording? You will hear most of your voice through air vibrations while you normally hear it mainly through contact noise. A tactile transducer therefore reproduces through contact sound instead of air vibrations. Handy, right?

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