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Originally posted by Skyfloating
Originally posted by ProtoplasmicTraveler
I have been a heavy metal and rock and roll drummer for 37 years now, but Beethoven really rocks. I think Kiss fans like Mozart!
Which is why I posted a Beethoven-track in the OP rather than a Mozart-track.
Interesting overall post.
Originally posted by Stillalive
i like the idea,but ill convert them to 432
Originally posted by ziggystar60
I am not sure Mozart's music makes me any smarter. But it sure helps me stay sane.
Originally posted by EnlightenUp
harmonious for the most part, relying on very consonant chord constructs based on harmonic series (or close enough in current equal temprament tuning)...
Originally posted by LoneGunMan
Someone mentioned New Age music. Enya is considered New Age but II feel she is different than other New Age. Her music does for me the same as Classical does for me.
Skyfloating, what do you think about Enya? Do you feel she is close to this effect?
Originally posted by obilesk
What do you think?
Originally posted by Lexxica
Great post. I don't think it's by mistake that they do not promote the playing of classical music in public places for its benefits.
Like you, I like all kinds of music and I often listen to different genres for periods of time. For example, for a week or two I'll be into heavy stuff, then go on to dance music, then for a couple weeks classical, jazz, etc. During the times I listen to the classical music, my mind feels clearer and sharper, I have less road rage feelings and I don't have a lot of anxiety. So I see it very clearly how it affects me firsthand. What you said about the lowered crime rate should be one of the biggest motivators for public places to play classical instead of the other goofy crap they play.
Originally posted by Clickfoot
After the 2:00 mark there's that highly pleasant thing I was talking about before. I'm sure I can think of plenty of other examples but can anyone else?
Originally posted by Ha`la`tha
Do you actually notice any difference ? Most of my music sounds almost identical after conversion so Im not sure - are you just thinking of Classical music which was made originally at 432 but altered to 440 in recent years??
Originally posted by spacebot
It is amazing!
Even if you watch the youtube comments everyone has to share a little story relative to this music or the certain symphonies uploaded and all of them are positive comments! I didn't find a single negative comment for every one of these musical pieces the OP posted in youtube