The impact and function of music at the scientific level
There is no doubt about the impact music has on our reality and mood, both individually as well as collectively. No matter what kind of music we all like to listen to, we can surely testify that the world is truly a better place with music in it. That is why we look at just how music impacts us in terms of science so we can better understand what actually takes place inside our bodies. This may just explain what we feel in a more understandable way, as opposed to solely feeling the impact of music.
One of the most amazing functions of music in everyday life has to do with the way music adds color to our world. When we listen to music, we can feel the atmosphere around us change, as the mood transforms in our heads depending on the type of music or whether it is happy or sad. According to some sources that have observed this phenomenon, our brains’ responds vary in relations to happy and sad music. According to a study published by Science Direct, responses to facial expressions of the neutral kind were interpreted as happy or sad, depending on ‘tone of the music’ participants heard. This proves what we all think deep inside about music. Even short pieces of music can really alter our perception of reality.
If you happen to have a friend, who is an artist or someone you would consider to be creative, then chances are when you watch them work or study, there is also music being played in the background. That is because what we consider ambient music has a strong impact on the elevation of creativity. The loudness of the music being played is also important. If the music being played happens to be too loud, it becomes counterintuitive, while music played at just the right level can truly set the mind free. Thus, while what we know about music and its inspirations on our everyday life is slowly growing, our experiences with music are timeless and without limits. The bottom line comes to the fact that without knowing, we humans have developed noise into complex forms and by harmonizing those noises, we were able to create a tool that would change not only the outside world but, more importantly, our inside world. This fact makes music, arguably, one of our most powerful tools, if not the most powerful one yet.
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