Tricky trying to figure out where to put this thread, I pick here,not really fussy where it may end up! (looking at mods).
I ran across a couple things the last couple days. One being this excellent thread by "six67seven," which you can find
HERE. I highly recommend giving a visit if you haven't all ready.
The other is the video below, which quite frankly, Im surprised hasnt made it to ATS yet.
The reason Im presenting these together, is the fact that it struck me of a curious relationship. If you watch the first video posted on six67seven
thread, you will see how all things vibrate to sound, (in a nut shell). Im sure many of you have seen this before, sand on a plate reacting to sound,
changing form etc..
Im guessing the odds of sound having a influence on people is pretty strong. Face it, we all know some music soothes us as well as make us antsy or
plain annoyed. It doesn't seem to resonate with us, or, makes us just want to let our hair down and have a good time.
Hence I suppose, the old cliche' Marching to ones own drummer.
So what happens when you take a city of millions, and let them walk around to their own beat, their own drummers? When all else is tuned out and one
is in their own little world, "Vibrating to Sound?"
As you will see below, it makes for a interesting mix. A blend of life, surrounding itself in its own pockets of bubbles. So many sounds, so many
vibrations,so many tuned into a different flow.
I guess I may not be being real clear here on what I want to get across. I just feel there is really a coloration between sounds and what may make
people tick. I suppose a good question may be, "What if there was total silence?"
Anyhow, if anything, I think you will enjoy spending less than 6 minutes of you life watching this video and seeing how it makes you feel.
edit on 13/7/12 by onehuman because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Ladysophiaofsandoz
I wish everyone had to dance to what ever it was they were listening to. I want to see this walking down the street.
How can you be holding still if the music your listening to is any good?
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