Traveling With Sound

Submitted by Allan on January 22, 2013

We notice that sound especially music can have profound effects on our minds. Music can be energizing, soothing and annoying sometimes. We also notice the effects of sounds in everyday life. We enjoy the sound of waves, rustling trees, bird songs and chuckling of a baby. Pleasant sounds can soothe or excite us. At the same time we dislike sudden, invasive or harsh sounds. Unpleasant sounds can produce fear, frustration and anger and can leave us...


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