There must be something you don't know about this cold knowledge of music.
"Without these achievements, I could have become a musician" - these are words of great physicist Albert Einstein. Music is expression of man's superiority over other beings, for a certain mind is needed to understand difference between song and music. In fact, there are many scientific theories that prove that music also affects a person. As for behavior, let's take a look at these 7 little facts about music that you didn't know!
01 Music affects taste of food
What do you think music tastes like? When you enter store, background music it plays actually makes food taste better! Oxford University conducted an experiment called taste and hearing, results of experiments showed that bass copper enhances taste of sour, and a light and bright piano-like sound enhances taste of sweet. A food company in UK is currently looking to transform its packaging bags to make clear and loud sounds so consumers feel their products are better than others. Perhaps in a few years there will be products that "enhance sound".
02 Rock music makes us think of injured animals
A University of California analysis of rock music has shown that some expressions are very similar to roar of animals, whether it is a warning from comrades or a roar in distress. The experimental group believes that such a sound will make people pay attention and try to understand message after listening to it. Although we live in a civilized world, this sound will awaken most primitive memories hidden in people's hearts.
03 Does metal and hip-hop spoil your kids?
Students in Metalica class must not stand up. Utrecht University in Netherlands found that children between ages of 12 and 16 who like to listen to hip-hop, heavy metal, goth and trance for a long time will be more rebellious and prone to crime. Slipknot students shouldn't be in a hurry to get up and smash table. This is a science-based observational report. Lead scientist, Dr. Tom ter Bogt, said he would watch his routine if he knew his kids liked Justin Jr. and Rammstein. However, this research report indicates that children who listen to this music are only prone to arguing with others or destroying public property. This does not mean that children who listen to this music will run into gangs with people or fight with guns. Roughly speaking, more impatient people cannot listen to classical music and jazz.
04 Music helps you learn to concentrate
The University of Florida Child and Family Center has been monitoring hyperactive children for a long time and found that almost all children cannot concentrate when watching TV, but can calm down by listening to music. But point isthat you just play your favorite song and then sit down and open a book instead of playing with an mp3 or mobile phone to find song you want to listen to today.
05 Singing in a car can lead to accidents
While singing is good for physical and mental health, singing in car is not so good. Accident Analysis Prevention (Journal of Accident Analysis and Prevention Science) has statistics showing that singing while driving can cause you to lose concentration, which in turn lowers your alertness for accidents. Especially on unfamiliar roads, roads with bad weather conditions and roads with heavy traffic. Therefore, for driving safety, listen to music quietly while driving. Singing? Maybe not very appropriate.
06 The flute is oldest musical instrument ever discovered
Oxford University discovered a flute in a cave in Germany. According to analysis, it could be a musical instrument from 42,000 years ago, which also means that flute is earliest human musical instrument in terms of modern discovered culture. These human ancestors may have used this flute for religion or entertainment, and it also gives us an advantage over Neanderthals because we can use tool to bring people together and create a wider social circle, expanding our cultural network. Thank you, music! Perhaps this is key to our evolution.
07 Music will cheer you up Not only music, but also sports. What's more, Oxford University has determined that concentration of endorphins in body of people performing live after a performance is similar to that of athletes who have finished game, but, unfortunately, audience will not be as high as people on stage, even if you follow stage. in middle of performance No matter how many interactions you do, you still cannot understand how high they are.