In a number of developed countries, there are so-called “music” roads. These are sections of the route with grooves of different depths, located (across the direction of the road) at a certain distance from each other. Traffic creates different frequencies. The alternation of these frequencies “creates” a melody that is accessible to the human ear.
The sound of the melody is directly determined by the speed. The highway is designed in such a way that the musical composition is heard only by the driver whose vehicle is moving at the designated speed. Continue reading
We use a musical ear, and, very accurate, constantly. Without it, we wouldn’t recognize people by their voices. But we can tell a lot more about our interlocutor by the voice. It allows us to determine the mood of the person we are talking to, whether we can trust them, and much more. Nonverbal, that is, non-verbal, characteristics of speech sometimes give us much more information than spoken words.
Is it possible to say that someone does not have a musical ear? Of course not! Every person who has learned to speak independently has a musical ear. Continue reading
What is the secret of the healing effect of music on a person? There are different points of view on this issue. Some scientists, mostly psychotherapists, believe that the healing properties of music are based on its ability to influence a person’s psychoemotional state. The tendency of people to diseases such as hypertension, angina, stomach ulcers, etc., is often explained not by physical infirmity or hereditary predisposition, but by the characteristics of the person’s character, his worldview and attitude to the surrounding reality. It turns out, stomach ulcer and duodenal ulcer; guts, hypertension often affects people who are intolerant of mistakes and “wrong” behavior of other people, rigidly adhere to their principles and views, are hostile and oppose themselves to others. Continue reading