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Recording the world's longest indoor echo

If ever a story bore repeating, it's this one. Trevor Cox teaches acoustic engineering at the University of Salford, in England. And he's just recorded the echo of a gunshot -- that went on for almost two minutes. Listen to Carol's conversation with Professor Cox here. And if you've ever wondered what 112 seconds of echoing gunshot sounds like, take...
If ever a story bore repeating, it's this one. Trevor Cox teaches acoustic engineering at the University of Salford, in England. And he's just recorded the echo of a gunshot -- that went on for almost two minutes. Listen to Carol's conversation with Professor Cox here.





And if you've ever wondered what 112 seconds of echoing gunshot sounds like, take a listen below.

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