Music Effects On The Brain

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With music, you experience something that is encoded into our bodies and our brain. It goes directly to a part of the brain that stimulates our emotions. Music starts affecting humans at an early time. The human fetus begins to hear when they are 17 to 18 weeks old. Music is energy. People that can not hear can still feel the music with vibrations. Every object has the capacity to send waves or vibrations. Vibrations make the music go into the brain by sending waves. An electrical charge stimulates the nerves that are spread all over the brain creating a neural symphony in it. Musician Daniel Bernard states that the sound of an instrument or a voice has the power to enter a person’s ear canal which can make them have an intimacy with music. …show more content…
Music plays the body like an instrument and the brain makes music. Goosebumps happen through the brain. People might think that is happening on the skin but is the brain that is driving them. The brain does music. Technology this days helps the scientist take pictures of the brain in action of making music using an MRI scan to track where the blood or this oxygen is flowing in the brain. This is now used to see what happens as we listen to music or when we perform it. Neuroscientist Lorenz asked British rock stars Jarvis Cocker and Richard Hawley to help out with a new experiment. When the MRI scan was performed in a random patient while the rock stars were playing as a duet and separated, he found differences in brain activity. He found more brain activity when they were playing as a duet. The brain is teaching us about music and music is teaching us about the …show more content…
The oldness of this flutes could tell us how music instrument-making developed. Music is a part of evolution. Even the caves are ideal for music due to the fact that the structure of it makes great sound and echo projection. The brain is the organ of culture. It comes with huge amount of genetic strains, which means that we come with different predispositions and the brain is a sponge for cultural information. Something that sounds the same or similar may be conceived differently. A research done by a neuroscientist concluded that if you give infants a choice of consonant music or dissonant music they would enjoy listening to consonant music more. Fetus reacts to music. And also, more researchers found out that newborns come to the world knowing something about music because they sound strongly musical as they cry and make sounds. People without musical education can still be able to play an instrument. They can recognize the musical expression because the emotional expression of the music is not decodable through “cultural

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