The Sound of Gravitational Wavesvibrational nature of the universe then how is it one can hope to view the universe in a new and a very dynamical way? Understand it's mathematics?
We can't actually hear gravitational waves, even with the most sophisticated equipment, because the sounds they make are the wrong frequency for our ears to hear. This is similar in principle to the frequency of dog whistles that canines can hear, but that are too high for humans. The sounds of gravitational waves are probably too low for us to actually hear. However, the signals that scientists hope to measure with LISA and other gravitational wave detectors are best described as "sounds." If we could hear them, here are some of the possible sounds of a gravitational wave generated by the movement of a small body inspiralling into a black hole.
Gravitational wave sources for LISA from Michele Vallisneri on Vimeo.
An overview of gravitational-wave sources for the planned NASA-ESA mission LISA (lisa.nasa.gov), including visualizations of black-hole binary mergers and extreme-mass-ratio inspirals. Video shown at the 215th American Astronomical Society Meeting (Washington, D.C., Jan 3-7 2010). For a video introduction to the LISA mission