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Facts About Music Production
Music has been an important part of human lives for thousands of years. Today, music is a multi-billion-dollar industry. Its effects are exploited in advertising, psychotherapy, and entertainment.
Since the 19th century, there have been several distinct theories about the nature of music. Some hold that it is autonomous, while others believe it is a referential art.
Greek thought is still influential in this regard. Aristotle viewed music as an art that can affect a person’s character. He believed that the essence of music is rhythm. He saw music as imitating the movements of heavenly bodies.
The Greeks considered music to be a department of ethics and a means to achieve a balanced life. Aristoxenus was a student of Aristotle. He disputed the mathematical considerations. He also held that music had no independent existence in space.
Stoics, on the other hand, placed music in the service of virtue. Unlike Plato, they gave more emphasis to sensation than form. They saw music and government as reflecting one another.
Aristotle, like other classical thinkers, considered music an art that could express universals. He thought that it could also be molded to suit a person’s personality.
The 19th century saw the rise of a new generation of composer-critics. These artists were versatile and literary, and their writing often combined formalist and symbolist elements.
In the early 20th century, the definition of musical tone was based on regular vibrations. This defined a musical tone as a fixed pitch, distinguishing it from “noise” or other sounds.