Wednesday, May 25, 2022


Is music a truly universal language?

What do you see when you listen to music?

Scientists translated the structure of a spider web into music

Making music from spider webs.

Analyzing music outside the traditional canon

Bringing computational music analysis beyond the traditional canon.

Music triggers individual effects on the heart

People respond and perceive music differently. It can also vary significantly concerning the rhythm. Similarly, music has different impacts on the individual brain, suggest...

High-tech graphene-based earphones for high-fidelity audio lovers

To create an acoustic product platform of 100% graphene micro transducers, proprietary electronics, and contextually aware voice operation software, a California-based company called GraphAudio...

How the brain separates speech from the song?

Speech and music are human universals, and people around the world often blend them into vocal songs. This entwinement of the speech and music...

Fermentophone: New musical instrument made of fermented fruits

Getting the band of microbes back together.

Chimpanzees spontaneously dance to music

Sound also induces rhythmic swaying in chimpanzees.

Music may offer an alternative to preoperative drug routinely used to calm nerves

Scientists wanted to find out if music might offer a suitable alternative to midazolam to calm the nerves before carrying out a peripheral (regional) nerve block.

Music strengthens the development of brain networks of very premature babies

Almost 1% of children are born very prematurely in Switzerland. However, recent advances have offered them a good chance of survival, still, the children...

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