Soundtracks

It is the sound part completes and the result of the edition of different audio tracks, already be dialogs, sounds and music of a work or the parallel accompaniment. Normally, and with rare exceptions, the term alludes only to the music of a movie or to the commercialization of the musical topics of a work as video games, television programs and radio. From a musical point of view, that music is understood as sonorous band so much vocal as set of instruments composed expressly for a movie, expiring with the function to promote those emotions that the images for yes alone are not capable of expressing.

Sound and vibration

Sound and vibration

Sound and vibration, Soundtracks
Sound and vibration Cymatics, also known as modal phenomena, is the study of visible sound and vibrations, typically on the surface of a plaque, diaphragm, or membrane. Vibrations directly involves the use of sound visualization to the means of exciting often in the form of particles, pastes and liquids. The apparatus employed may be simple, such as a Chladni or advanced plate, such as CymaScope, a laboratory instrument that makes visible the inherent geometries within sound and music.
The Memory of Music

The Memory of Music

medicine for the heart, Music and Language, Production, Soundtracks, The memory of music
The memory of music We remember songs, we remember the music we once heard in situations and concrete facts, and that music brings us to the memory that happened then. This is what experts, such as Amee Baird and Séverine Samson, from Macquarie and Lille universities, respectively, call MEAMs, ie Music Evoked Autobiographical Memories, ie "Autobiographical Memories Evoked by Music". However, these researchers go a step further and study these MEAMs in patients with brain damage. The sick are five, three of them with traumatic brain damage, two in traffic accident and the third by fall of a building, and two for damages by hypoxia, one for a heart attack and the other for attempted hanging. They are four men and one woman, from 25 to 60 years, and only one of them has musical experience
Sound and Vibration

Sound and Vibration

Music and technology, Soundtracks
Sound and vibration Cymatics, also known as modal phenomena, is the study of sound and visible vibrations, typically on the surface of a plaque, diaphragm, or membrane. Vibrations directly involve the use of sound visualization to the means of exciting often in the form of particles, pastes and liquids. The apparatus employed may be simple, such as a Chladni or advanced plate, such as the CymaScope, a laboratory instrument that makes visible the inherent geometries within sound and music.
Sleeps whales

Sleeps whales

Music and health, Production, Soundtracks
Some animals also have rhythmic sense of music Humans are not the only ones who have a sense of rhythm: bonobos and sea lions are also able to set the beat, two exceptions in the animal world that could help us better understand how our musical sense evolved in history. "Listening or feeling a musical rhythm involves the involvement of numerous brain regions and this complex ability seems unique to man and some other species," explained Aniruddh Patel, an assistant professor of psychology at Tuft University in Boston, At the annual conference of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), which took place in Chicago (northern United States) over the weekend. Patricia Gray, a professor at the University of North Carolina (southeast), reported being caught by a bonob...
Music and health

Music and health

Music and health, Production, Soundtracks
Benefits of listening to music for health Music ignites our emotions through varied memories. Listening to music is one of the few activities that involve the use of the whole brain. It is intrinsic to all cultures and can have surprising benefits by listening to it. Discover below what are the benefits of listening to music for health. Effective for pain Some of the benefits of listening to music are that it can reduce chronic pain from a variety of painful diseases, such as arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, by as much as 21% and depression by as much as 25%, according to studies. Music therapy is increasingly being used in hospitals to reduce the need for medication during labor, to reduce postoperative pain, and to supplement the use of anesthesia during surgery. All this happen...
Very latin

Very latin

Production, Soundtracks
Very latino Benefits of music, music therapy benefits, effects, melovida, music therapy, healing, sounds The instruments to be petted by the hand of man emit sounds that produce different emotions in both the performer and the listener. The inner feeling that manifests when listening passively or run so guided an instrument to receive or emit the vibration of a drum, the soft sound of a flute, the sweetness of a piano or the harmonious blend of strings of a guitar, is different in each person. "For me, music is the most curious and versatile human product as well as the best food for the soul," said Aury Tovar, psychologist and music therapist. She is a pioneer in Venezuela in this discipline that combines knowledge of the behavior and emotions with the magic of music and, thanks to st...
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