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originally posted by: verschickter
a reply to: Wide-Eyes
Sure, let me fire up the AI and all the other tools... Can you give me a timespan? Preferably a narrowed down one because 1 sec spectrograph on highest possible resolution will produce like 50MB of data to analyze currently.
The problem isn´t the ram, the problem is that even my new SSD card is already bursting. You won´t believe how many people wrote to my protonmail account until the last time I posted.
The bigger the dataset the longer it takes to analyze and will spoil the trained neural networks. So I really need a relative accurate timespan. Like from 0:02 to 0:10 or so. Basically when the tingling starts is the most important point because otherwhise, I get too much false positives.
There has been extensive research on this. The action is called a “frisson” and occurs because certain tones and tonal qualities release dopamine in the brain. About 50% of people experience these “chills” while listening to some music. In these people there are more connections in the brain between the audiotory cortex and other neural regions.
I don’t know if research has been done on specific tones or chords. I’d be interested to know also.