reply to post by Maya432
That's a really good thread you wrote, and has a little bit of what else I was going to talk about.
First of all, there is a really good website called music.download.com.
It has a lot of free downloads from artists that want to get themselves noticed, and their baroque section is overflowing.
Also, there are various other musical genres there that you might be interested in.
Here's a link to the baroque page, and the site is very easy to navigate.
Originally posted by BASSPLYR
Music can also control or regulate how your brain processes information. most notably the rhythmic part of music.
This is what can sometimes get me into IDM music. IDM music is a very odd music, and it almost sounds like just random electronic noises; but down at
its core, it is composed just like every other style of music.
Like the song, Chartnok, By Mouse On Mars is a great example of the IDM genre.
But what I was really going to talk about here next was the operating frequency of the human mind.
The operating frequencies of the mind is from 3-20 hertz I think, and it is possible that the government is using those frequencies to tap into minds
of many people, and make them commit crimes, say things that they don't want to, etc.
Here is a very good page with a diagram that describes this.
Now, hertz combinations that are in your mind make your mind tick. But this also raises the possibility that music, when composed, is being
broadcasted in your head, before you compose it. This would explain the phenomena when a composer hears the music before he writes it. A "discovery"
as I heard Cyberbrain explain.
But, if music can be broadcasted through the mind, if someone had a microphone around in a soundproof room, would you be able to hear those notes,
those ELF frequencies? If that is so then music is our operating frequency. I am willing to bet also that for music frequencies for many are
different, depending on mood, emotion, and personality. This frequency for music is also the same vibration patterns in every human being that I have
been hearing Caitlin and Argentus talking about. This vibration pattern is developed, by what kind of frequencies that you get used to as a child. As
a child, I grew up with listening to Classical, Jazz, the band Cusco, and Michael W. Smith. So, my music palette is pretty large compared to some
other people who grew up listening to just rock, or just classical music. Then, later in life, they find that they don't really like any other kind
So, with all of that frequency of the mind stuff, what would recorded mind frequencies sound like? Would they be so fast that you can't possibly slow
them down, even with all of our advanced technology? Are they constantly oscillating, repeating songs? Maybe repeating songs is why we get songs stuck
in our head. Or maybe the music of the mind conveys what emotions you are feeling. If that is true then maybe one could use microphones to discover
what you are feeling without empathy.
Also, emotional songs, like how AcidTastic described, will make you feel the emotion that you are describing. Yes, I did say earlier that the human
mind takes music and processes it into emotion, but what that part of the brain does even more in depth is that it conforms our brain's frequency
patterns into the songs. If the brain does not agree with the pattern, then it does not conform, and the listener does not like the song.
That's all I have for now. Thank you all for the support of this thread!
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