Artificial intelligence invents brand new noises from mash-ups of old ones.
Everyone is sure to have tried methods and techniques to fight stress and anxiety. They may not be helpful in some cases, but finding ways to manage stress generates a lot of relief in a lot of people.
Contour patterns and interval structure of songs could explain why some tunes tend to stick in our heads.
Apparently, music's influence encompasses even how your perceive your drink's strength. A new research has determined that sounds can greatly affect how we think our alcohol tolerance could be.
An ancient melody of hymn found in a clay tablet in Syria in 1950 has been reconstructed recently and we can now hear how enchanting its melody is. Known today as Hurrian Hymn -- the melody was inscriberd on the ancient tablet now known as H6.
It sounds too much like magic to be real, but it’s true: scientists recently made a breakthrough moving and controlling objects through the use of a single acoustic source. How controlled? Well, the researchers have actually achieved in writing letters with loose metal pieces just by playing a melody.
David Teie, a cellist and music researcher, has created a 55-minute music album mainly for the consumption of cats, reportedly to help calm their senses. Universal Music will release it in October.
Researchers found how person's perception of sharks can change when music is involved with it, saying that these creatures are not as scary as we think them to be.
What does science have to say about the benefits of silence? Preliminary research (done on mice) suggests that prolonged periods of silence may trigger new brain cell development and help improve memory.
We might as well call this girl the Khaleesi of cows.
Over-the-counter painkillers are of great help in reducing pain, but with the latest technological advances, these analgesics are now faced with a serious competitor.
To better understand the social coordination of chimpanzees, researchers tested to see if a female bonobo could synchronize with a human drummer. The animal's success in matching beats sheds light on the evolution of speech and music.
It's been said that listening to music is good for the soul, and now new research shows that it's good for the brain, too.
If cats could buy records and EPs, what do you suppose would be at the top of the charts? In a new study linking various musical tempos and styles with cat attention, researchers found that they could compose music that felines would find pleasing - heavy with sliding notes and "purring" tempos.