The course will explore the tone combinations that humans consider consonant or dissonant, the scales we use, and the emotions music elicits, all of which provide a rich set of data for exploring music and auditory aesthetics in a biological framework. Analyses of speech and musical databases are consistent with the idea that the chromatic scale (the set of tones used by humans to create music), consonance and dissonance, worldwide preferences for a few dozen scales from the billions that are possible, and the emotions elicited by music in different cultures all stem from the relative similarity of musical tonalities and the characteristics of voiced (tonal) speech. Like the phenomenology of visual perception, these aspects of auditory perception appear to have arisen from the need to contend with sensory stimuli that are inherently unable to specify their physical sources, leading to the evolution of a common strategy to deal with this fundamental challenge.
Music as Biology: What We Like to Hear and WhyУниверситет Дьюка
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This course really helped me to understand how music works. In my opinion this course is an excellent tool if you want to start into sound effects and soundtracks, etc.
Good introductory course on science behind music. Solid and interesting content. Little dry. Pianist is excellent.
Thanks so much Dale for your teaching! I'm highly interested in this and would like to know more about this and get more involved!
The very dull voice of the teacher makes him sound as if he is bothered about teaching the course.
interesting info otherwise.
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