Ok who out there knows about cynetics. Because apparently I can test Odesza's music at home , @ladyMoVA said cynetics can be tested at home. The program I saw used M.R.I. On the subject being tested.......Mmmmm the closet thing I've got to that is a microwave. 😉I'm just a layman. Not educated enough to know but humble enough to want to learn

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iloveodesza
over 4 years

Thank you. I find it all so interesting @51gm4. Keep up the research for me and I'll keep looking myself

Nikhil
over 4 years

@iloveodesza

Thank you for taking time to write a long answer. What you said is interesting and if we can do it at home then it will be a really good experience!

51gm4
over 4 years

Stupid autocorrect.

51gm4
over 4 years

P.s. The auditory cortex is also associated (duh) but I wanted to highly the synchronicity of music on the entire brain. Also *have.

51gm4
over 4 years

There has been numerous studies conducted about how music effects the brain. Most have used a rubric and a playlist of well-known songs spanning different genres. I have been wanting to have more a more detailed look at it. Interestingly enough most studies do not look at specific artists or genres. They structure the music by tonal qualities and general mood. One study I looked at did choose a playlist (had a lot of classical music), but most of the music was not updated or relevant. Interestingly enough, Odesza's music falls within a lot of the categories that the female gender prefers. That is, reflective and happy. They still have structure and excitement which attracts the male gender, but their music is a lot more relaxed than say...afrojack or the bloody beetroots. There isn't a clearly defined rubric and most studies have their own method of determining effectiveness of music. I will say, based on the studies I have read the parts of the brain music most effects are the limbic and paralimbic systems, as well as Broca's area (the part of your brain that is associated with decoding language) as well as the hippocampus and we can't forget that the happy hormone dopamine is released during the listening experience. I urge you to conduct your own research. This is a highly researched field and it has even more questions that need to be answered.

iloveodesza
over 4 years

Bahaha! Love it 51gm4. I can't let the idea go. I'm so curious. There's too many Odesza fans that say they feel joy and a overwhelming happiness when they listen to them and I've noticed it in myself. I'm just saying if you've got the access please look into it. 😊

51gm4
over 4 years

Well first and foremost it sounds like a collaborative information network. I just checked out their website. I'd love to show the world how my brain lights up to music. Alas I do not own or know how to operate an MRI machine. I'll tell you what, when I'm conducting imaging research for my Master of Psychology, I'll slip Odesza on the playlist when we determine how music affects our cognitive capabilities. I am not being sarcastic. Tis my solemn oath to thee.

Justin Corcoran
over 4 years

Cool, if you find out more let us know! Sounds really interesting

iloveodesza
over 4 years

It's the science of frequency on matter. In this case I'm referring to ODESZA'S music on brain matter. You missed my earlier post saying how I saw a program that showed how your brain lights up in different areas depending on the music your exposed to - happy music creates increased activity in the area of your brain to do with logic and reasoning. Sorry for the novel but you asked😊

Nikhil
over 4 years

What is cynetics?