‘Deep House Detox’ presented by Anjunadeep

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Wind down and reset, with 30 minutes of relaxing deep house selected from the Anjunadeep catalogue.


[00:00] Ben Böhmer – Fade To Blue
[06:18] Boxer – Blue Planet
[12:26] Nordfold – Rituals
[15:53] Luigi Sambuy – Jakarta
[20:07] Modd – Ruskeala
[26:27] Nuage – H.A.L.O

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Facts About Music Production

Music has been a big part of our lives for thousands of years. Whether you enjoy classical, rock, or punk, music has a way of bringing people together. In fact, you may be surprised to learn that music can actually improve your health. It can help you relax, lower your blood pressure, and promote a healthy cardiovascular system.

There are plenty of benefits to singing in a group. Not only does it reduce stress, but it also releases feel-good hormones.

A study on the impact of music on memory showed that the more familiar a person is with a song, the more likely they are to remember it. For patients with acquired brain injuries, music is an effective stimulant for recollection of personal memories.

Researchers studied the brain responses to timbre, rhythm, and color while participants were listening to various types of music. They found that people’s reaction to music changed if they felt emotional or if they experienced pleasure or pleasurelessness.

The Finnish researchers developed a groundbreaking new method for studying the way our brain processes music. This helped them to understand the complex dynamics of the human brain.

These researchers surveyed 24 subjects. Half of the participants were experienced singers. Five percent were college students. All were asked to listen to songs that invoked memories.

Researchers found that participants recalled happy faces more accurately when the songs matched their mood. When sad music was played, they noticed unhappy faces.

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