Hey dude, what do you say we head to the limestone caves?
Okay, that sounds gnarly. Lets paint some mammoths and stuff on the walls too, man!
Ahh man, we forgot our mashed berries to paint on the walls.
Often in Neolithic times, people went to caves that are now known as Arcy-sur-Cure to paint. Today, we know that these images were often animals and located in the most "acoustically interesting" parts of the cave (88).
Ah you're right, that's okay. Lets just explore!
Hey man, come check this ou...woah! Did you heat that?
Yes! What happened with your voice? Are you okay?
I wonder if I I can make that happen again...
HOW IS IT OVER THERE, MAN?!
This cave must have the ability to amplify human voices. Gnarly! We have to tell the others about this.
The Neolithic people later used the caves to eminently project their voices for their chants and rituals after the discovery in different places in the caves.
Wow! Your voice just got louder and louder, dude!