Beatit Box – MJ

“Who needs a musical instrument when you have a voice like that” https://www.youtube.com/shorts/Z2A0-MZI_r4 “Anyone who’s ever written a song knows that vocal scatting is a huge part of laying down initial demos for any song in any style.” === “Beat It” is a song by Michael Jackson from his album “Thriller,” released in 1982. While … Read more

Sage of Quay – Mike Williams on Real News Australia – The Beatles Conspiracy

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOzQOIml9Og                 Mike Williams is a researcher and podcaster known for his work on various conspiracy theories and alternative interpretations of historical events. While he may have discussed the Beatles conspiracy theory in his podcast or other platforms, it’s important to note that the Beatles conspiracy theory … Read more

We Are Frequency – Tuning in with Tuning Forks – with Eileen McKusick – Conversations with Cambell Purvis (AUTODIDACTIC youtuber)

Sound healing extraordinaire. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVJ0qNpMJsc “Stuck sound”   “We Are Frequency – Tuning in with Tuning Forks” featuring Eileen McKusick is likely a discussion or presentation exploring the concept of frequency and its effects on human health and consciousness, particularly through the use of tuning forks. Conversations with Campbell Purvis, an autodidactic YouTuber, suggests that this … Read more

Auditory streaming and the building of timbre – Steven Pinker

Harmonies and Melodies, assigning source, deciding musicality, based on timbre. https://www.academia.edu/661171/Auditory_streaming_and_the_building_of_timbre   Auditory streaming, a concept explored in the field of psychology and neuroscience, refers to the brain’s ability to separate and organize complex auditory information into distinct perceptual streams or channels. This phenomenon allows us to perceive and make sense of the various components … Read more

Heavy Metal Music makes Killer Mice — Music, Mice & Mazes: David Merrell and His Famous Experiment – Shiller Institute

Abstract The three groups of mice were then run through a fixed maze over four weeks. As time progressed, the mice either got faster or slower. “But the interesting thing about the first year I did this project,” David said, “is that I actually had to cut it short, because the heavy metal music had … Read more

World’s ugliest music – Scott Rickard

Scott Rickard has degrees in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Electrical Engineering from M.I.T. and MA and PhD degrees in Applied and Computational Mathematics from Princeton University. At University College Dublin, he founded the Complex & Adaptive Systems Laboratory, where biologists, geologists, mathematicians, computer scientists, social scientists and economists work on problems which matter to people. … Read more

Tri Vesica Piscis and the 432Hz Tone

Abstract A=432Hz is a frequency we choose for tuning our instruments and music. If experienced acoustically, it seems to feel better for singing and for acoustic instruments such as pianos. Tunings such as Twelve True Fifths at A=432Hz and C=256Hz sound richer. Unfortunately it Must be experienced to come to that conclusion. Ultimately you have … Read more

Tri Vesica Piscis and the 432Hz Tone

Abstract A=432Hz is a frequency we choose for tuning our instruments and music. If experienced acoustically, it seems to feel better for singing and for acoustic instruments such as pianos. Tunings such as Twelve True Fifths at A=432Hz and C=256Hz sound richer. Unfortunately it Must be experienced to come to that conclusion. Ultimately you have … Read more