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Why Does Music Exist?

Music can be created and shared with many different technologies including CDs, vinyl, tapes, the internet and streaming services. People can also make their own instruments and play them live or use pre-made electronic instruments to create music. Some artists make their own productions and some do not. Depending on the method of production, it can take a lot of practice to be able to produce quality music.

Music is a form of communication and often communicates emotions and ideas. It can be used for rituals and can even help us work better. Research shows that listening to music can improve productivity and decrease stress. In the past, musical instruments have been used to communicate obvious messages like the sound of a phone ring (someone is calling), the tone of an alarm clock or doorbell (someone needs help) and the tones of a bugle (orders are being given from far away).

There are also more subtle ways that music can convey information. The timbre of a sound, for example, can tell us what kind of instrument is playing, how the person who is singing sounds and whether the song or instrumental is calming or exciting. The timbre of a sound can also communicate information about its speed, pitch and tempo.

Besides being a form of entertainment, music can enrich our communities and get humans in touch with beauty. Music can also have more practical uses such as helping to train physical fitness, promoting relaxation and influencing retail behavior (North and Hargreaves, 1996). There is no simple answer to the question of why music exists; sometimes it just does its job really well.

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