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Science showed the universality of music

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1 day 16 hours ago #116 by Daniel Campos
thank you pablo

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2 days 15 hours ago - 1 day 16 hours ago #115 by Daniel Campos


Reading the article i think that its true i really like music. and i was thinking when we hear a tone or song for the first time you usally anticipate and know what happens next. why do we often use simpler songs for babies like lullabies, when you make think a aliitle more complicated they absorb like a sponge , like a study i saw on a guy who would intensly show his baby jazz and music theory seems a bit harsh but the son ended up having perfect pitch. i think that music is a good way to express your self because if a certain vibration or frequency defines an emotion that we make . when we play music at a certain frequency or vibration make you feel that one feeling no one can explain
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1 week 6 days ago #114 by PABlo
Why it matters: Have you ever noticed that many conversations people have about their tastes in music revolve around what they don't like? In general, people tend to dislike music they can't relate to. As it turns out, many of the underlying structures and melodic elements of all types of tunes are similar, according to new research. In a world where people often struggle to understand each other, it's nice to know that a universal language could exist.

Read more: ScienceAlert (Australia)

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