Vibrating a shallow pan of water, sound energy is made visible in dynamic liquid patterns and radial symmetry. Sound, like light, is generally not considered a form of matter. But today physicists are providing evidence that particles of sound really can carry tiny amounts of mass. Cymatics is a dynamic demonstration of this phenomenon, showing the energy from sound waves transferred into a liquid state of matter as the cymatics patterns directly articulate the variations in sound energy. This video shows an overhead view of a shallow pan of water approximately a foot in diameter, adhered to a speaker laid flat on the ground. Music by KRON.