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  • Another Reason Why Musicians and Non-Musicians Hear Music Differently

    Interesting study:

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencet...4TPPGx39xe1Iu4

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    Lot of unused portions.
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      Originally posted by 1001gear View Post
      Lot of unused portions.
      Empty barrels make the most noise.

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        I wonder if singers light up the same areas as beat-boxers, and if the language section of the brain (words) also brightens.
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          Originally posted by Notes_Norton View Post
          I wonder if singers light up the same areas as beat-boxers, and if the language section of the brain (words) also brightens.
          I bet only Broadway actors light up the language side.
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