Quite a few years ago I read an article about a Physicist in one of the major Texas Universities who dunked his violin strings in a cryogenic tank for awhile. I remember his saying that the strings, after resuming normal temperature, sounded and played better than ever. Has anyone heard anymore about this? I'm thinking about prevailing apon one of the major medical schools here to let me dunk a string or two in their "deep freeze."
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