Ancient alphabets were constructed by using visual symbols to represent sounds. Ancient sacred architecture was constructed to send and receive those sounds to and from the gods.
Because of that, ancient languages, like Egyptian, Hebrew and Greek were more poetic and musical than English, with each letter symbol actually representing a specific tone, not just a generic phoneme.
The chart on the right displays the phonemes of a low frequency hearing loss, in relationship to the cycles per second of musical notes. Colors visualize a similar sequence in angstrom units of light. Recognizing the wavelengths and patterns of such equivalencies may help dolphins see underwater by translating soundwaves into visualizations in their brains.