During the first-ever Sonic Scavenger Hunt held during Stanford's New Student Orientation, freshmen and transfer students used the sound-app MadPad to collect sounds and images around campus.
The project, part of the Three Books program, was designed to encourage students to consider the differences and similarities between the apps and traditional instruments.
Related article: http://news.stanford.edu/news/2012/september/sonic-scavenger-hunt-092512.html
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