Edited the question thanks to some helpful commenters.
Are the sound waves emitted by fundamental strings so small as to be impossible to interact with the world? In other words, do they disappear, like sub-planck length fluctuations that are obscured by the size of fundamental strings? OR, is it theoretically (not physically) possible to "listen" to the strings, discern pitches, etc.
I mean, vibrating strings make sounds no matter what they are or what scale they're on, right? If there are loops of strings in bosons and fermions, then aren't they kind of like really small violin strings, which are also attached at each end. So, if you have strings vibrating with different whole numbers of peaks and troughs, they should each have their own pitch, even if not in the most immediately obvious sense... Either way, at least you don't have fire photons at it to observe it if you can listen to it.
Is listening to string theory a possibility?
Has it been attempted, and if so, how?
Or does air pressure interaction or some other problem make this impossible?