Are we both on a synchronous train of thought right now?
Yesterday I told my wife that I'm taking a huge risk, and leaving all my previous experience with IT behind (after I was rejected an awesome
Community Support Officer role ontop of that) and decided to get into something that I was always passionate about, and that is music!
I wanted to be able to create 'frequencies' of music, that trigger emotions as well as elevate the persons natural vibration, using technology
(Electronic Music Production) and be able to perform at clubs.
I had a deep feeling of making an impact on a new form of self expression that captures the mind of an audience and seeing with my own eyes the
'bliss' they may experience without the need for them to use drugs.
If somehow, a frequency could be modulated, that allows the brain to release seratonin, endorphins and what not, would that be the best drug of all?
Music is a definate access to this.
Study so far has allowed me to find that the magic 8 Hertz level could be the key to unlocking such potential.
Other studies have proved that 'bass' has the ability to make people regurgitate - however it was found that it was more of the rooms atmospheric
fluctuation, such as the air being pushed around from the bass, that caused this.
Quality of the said music is a MUST, and logic would stipulate that yes, the bitrate of MP3 at its maximum is necessary - but far out of reach of the
extra information a WAV or FLAC has.
The frequencies would be more subconscious.
Here are two songs that do it to me....
and this one..
They both triggered emotions, it was enlightening.
Oh also, I found that the beginning of the latest Star Trek, where George Kirk has to fly the USS Kelvin into the future Romulan ship, whilst the
mother is giving birth to James T Kirk, the orchestra and classic music in background did this to me too.