Nils Hoffmann | Live at Anjunadeep x Printworks London 2022 (@NilsHoffmannMusic)

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Nils Hoffmann showcasing his new album ‘A Radiant Sign’ in the iconic Press Halls of Printworks London last December.
A Nomobo and Anjunadeep production.
Recorded live at Printworks, London on December 10, 2022.
With special thanks to Broadwick Live.

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What Is Music and How Does It Affect the Brain?

Music is a form of art, usually vocal or instrumental, that involves combining sounds for beauty of form or emotional expression. It may be performed by an individual or group and is often recorded for later listening.

Music has existed since the earliest times of humans and is found in many parts of the world. It is a component of human culture and, with language, is one of the oldest and most developed arts.

Scientists are still debating what role music plays in the human brain, but anthropologists and neuroscientists agree that music helps to establish social cohesion. They point to a mother’s humming to soothe her baby as evidence of the early ties between humans and music.

Researchers also find that musical training increases motor skills and cognitive development, enhancing vocabulary and non-verbal reasoning skills, and increasing verbal and mathematical intelligence in children.

In a study published in Nature, scientists found that songs activate the frontal lobe and stimulate dopamine and oxytocin production. Oxytocin is the hormone that is responsible for feelings of love and attachment.

As a music producer, you will spend a lot of time in the studio creating tracks and recording your musician. This is a great way to get a feel for your own style and what you want to accomplish with your music. You will also be able to listen back to your tracks and see what worked and what didn’t. You can learn a lot from this experience and it is an essential part of being a producer.

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