Human Brain Prefers Pitch

Our study is looking at the brain mechanisms that are thought to support auditory pitch perception and compares those mechanisms between old-world macaque monkeys and humans. Just to compare how the brains of these two species handle sound signals. And we discovered that the monkeys have very different mechanisms in their brains — a very different organization for handling sounds…

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Losing And Finding Music After Brain Surgery | TOKiMONSTA

(electronic music) – When I went through the surgery for Moyamoya, I didn’t tell anyone. (bright music) It was a very difficult time for me. (electronic music) I had to write down what would happen to all my things if I were to die. (electronic music) I think when you’re faced with your own mortality, you wanna make sure that…

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Journey of Sound to the Brain

Have you ever wondered how sounds make their way from the source, [Trumpet playing] all the way to your brain? Take a trumpet, for instance. When it’s played, it makes sound waves in the air. The outer ear catches the waves, which then travel through a narrow passageway called the ear canal. The sound waves reach the eardrum, which is…

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The Ultimate 432Hz VS 440Hz | CONSPIRACY + Comparison

Music has the hidden power to affect our minds, our bodies, our thoughts, and our society. When that music is based upon a tuning standard, and the Fibonacci Series of Nature, the result may be the psychic poisoning of the mass mind of humanity. Although I was aware of the rumors, I was not well acquainted with 4:32 theory. Anyway,…

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The Magic of Making Sound

(soft whimsical music) (quiet pattering) – [Narrator] In Hollywood, everything is magic and make-believe… – [Woman] Gloves with paper clips are dog paws. – [Narrator] Even what you hear. – We are storytellers with sound. Over here we have a feather duster we use for bird– (feathers fluttering) bird wings. We bring sound into the story, and we can create…

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How Sound Works (In Rooms)

Hi, I’m John Calder of Acoustic Geometry. Let’s talk about Acoustics, which is basically how sound works in rooms. It may seem complicated, so let’s make it simpler. Most rooms have flat walls and flat ceilings and sound bounces off of these. So how does that affect the sound? I’ll use these two Nerf guns to demonstrate. I’ve got this…

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