Nigel Helyer from the University of Western Australia (Univesrity of Western Australia) and the University laboratory SymbioticA created the project GeneMusiK, which turns genetic codes into musical works and Vice versa.
Attempts to convert the decoded DNA sequence of notes made previously. But the authors of the project argue that for the first time such work “went so far”.
The creators of GeneMusiK not only developed mathematical algorithms for converting genetic codes into musical compositions, but also carried out the opposite transformation — they learned to turn notes into DNA chains. Continue reading
French otolaryngologist Alfred Tomatis was the first to systematically investigate the influence of high-frequency sounds on the human psyche.
According to his theory, the child, floating in amniotic fluid during the period of fetal development, hears a lot of sounds that are inaccessible to him after birth — the mother’s breath, her heartbeat, voice, noise from the work of internal organs, etc.
This is due to the fact that during the period of fetal development, the child’s ears are filled with a liquid that conducts sound much better than air; in particular, the liquid is much less attenuate high-frequency Continue reading
“Some sounds work just as well as a couple of cups of coffee,” says Alfred Tomatis, an outstanding French expert in the field of hearing.
This means that we can use music as a tonic.
Since the time when humanity first created the music, it served as his daily goals. Lullabies, military, sea songs — the list is as long as history and culture.
These days, high-tech Tomatis has discovered a high-tech method of disclosing the internal power of sound, a force that actually has the “superpower” to improve mental abilities, recovery and energy recharge. Continue reading