At the center of our daily experience with music, we use it to relax, express ourselves, accept our emotions and, in general, improve our well-being. It has become a tool for healing and self-expression, which often dictates how, as individuals, we take steps to impact society. This is probably the most identifiable and direct impact that music has on people in society. It makes us feel a certain way.
Music creates moods and creates environments. And as human beings, we are very behaviorally influenced by the way we feel. That's why we create a cheerful playlist while we work out, play jazz on a romantic date, or wake up and dance when the pace of four on the dance floor is dropping. When I wake up in the morning, I know exactly what songs to play to focus and prepare for what awaits me in the day.
Using techniques, the research team discovered that dopamine was released in higher doses when listeners were exposed to pleasant music rather than neutral music. Listening to music or participating in its creation does not appear to directly affect intelligence, although active participation in the creation of music can improve self-esteem and promote the development of a variety of social and transferable skills. At the same time that music is becoming a more integral part of everyday life, the place of music in formal education around the world is constantly being questioned. All of this involves intense physical coordination when playing an instrument alone or with other people, while reading the musical notation and adding delicate or strong changes to the music that only a performer can bring.
You can also learn a great deal by studying and analyzing music, composing, reading about music, understanding the history of music and its association with historical and current trends, and knowing what to listen to in music. The importance of music has always been in society, but in my opinion music has a close and unbreakable relationship with society. The most common way to get involved with music is by listening to or attending a musical event. She has a degree in music production engineering from the Berklee College of Music and is the editor of her online newspaper, The Berklee Groove.
Even watching “American Idol”, viewers learn to criticize musical performance and share strong musical opinions. The multiple processing of music by the brain can make it difficult to predict the particular effects of any piece of music on an individual. These may include the society or culture to which the individual belongs, membership in a subgroup, individual characteristics, such as gender, age, previous musical experiences, current mood, whether the music is their own or of another selected one, and the degree to which music is considered important in the individual's life. It began to surprise me how much young people are affected by the music they listen to and the attention they pay to the music that plays around them.