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Physics of Music on Emotions and Thought
Transcript of Physics of Music on Emotions and Thought
The Physics of It
By: Tasmiha Hassan
of Sound and Music
What sticks out more?
Major: 1, 3, 5
Minor: 1, flat3, 5
6 Word Story
By Ernest Hemingway
Technological Musical Advancements
Form of energy produced by rapidly vibrating object
Energy Stimulates the auditory nerve = We hear
The Human Ear
Ears are a very delicate and detailed sensory organ
A combination of periodic and regular sounds, which are pleasing to our ears and minds
The main source of musical sounds
Sound can be artificially produced through devices
Music influences how our generation behaves
Can Music Control Our Minds Without Our Acknowledgement?
Music is always changing
Do you think artificially made instrumental sounds will give the same emotional response to the listener as someone physically playing the instrument?
Has a number of different voices or oscillators
Music in Advertising
Many companies use music in their commercials to control consumers into buying their product
Yes, music does have an impact on the mood and mind of the individual, but the effectiveness depends on the listener themselves
Go and listen to your songs and see if there's a subliminal message behind them!
Ex: Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines
Generates Sound Waves of Different Shapes
Making the Volume of Sound Change Over Time
Think About It!
Do you think there is a connection between the genre of music someone listens to and their behaviour?
Since music can impact the way we think/feel/act, do you think music containing bad messages should be removed?
The sounds heard in a particular location, considered as a whole
A group of notes sounded together, as a basis of harmony.
What is the Location of this Sound?
What about this?
Why does our school play:
happy, upbeat music in the morning?
sad, slow music afterschool?
Do you remember any commercial jingles?