James Alty of England’s Loughborough University and Paul Vickers of Northumbria University have started converting computer languages into musical sequences. The idea is that software programmers who are scanning the new programs for mistakes can, instead of examining the program language itself, sit back and listen to some computer generated melodies play and wait for mistakes.
Frequency is measured by the rate at which the vocal cords vibrate. We hear frequency as pitch. The laughter in some men can be as high as a soprano’s high C, and in women, laughter can reach the pitch of an octave higher than that.