Most often, when we talk about surfacing patterns in archaeological data, examining and considering their import, we talk about 'visualization'. I wonder if this doesn't blind us to other possibilities. Sound hammers us; we listen hard; it makes our eardrums bleed. Sound is sensual in a way the visual never can be. In this talk, I consider ways in which I have sonified archaeological data and what it might or might not be telling us, if we listen closely.