“Pythagoras knew, an activity strongly rooted in mathematics, and the physics of music is fairly well understood. It is as universal as language; all human cultures have some sort of music, indicating it does something indispensable. Music listening and music making activities are powerful tools to engage multisensory and motor networks, induce changes within these networks, and foster links between distant, but functionally related brain regions with continued and life-long musical practice. These multimodal effects of music together with music’s ability to tap into the emotion and reward system in the brain can be used to facilitate and enhance therapeutic approaches geared toward rehabilitating and restoring neurological dysfunctions and impairments of an acquired or congenital brain disorder. The brain is a highly dynamically organized structure that changes and adapts as a result of activities and demands imposed upon it by the environment. Musical activity has proven to be a powerful stimulus for this kind of brain adaptation, or brain plasticity. Effects of plasticity are not restricted to musical prodigies, they occur in children learning to play a musical instrument and in adult amateur musicians, albeit to a lesser extent. Music is known to have a wide range of physiological effects on the human body including, for example, changes in heart rate, respiration, blood pressure, skin conductivity, skin temperature, muscle tension, and biochemical responses. In last decades, a growing body of evidence in the use of musical intervention in clinical setting have been seen, concerning singing, music listening, musical improvisation, and other musical activities, as long as more structured music therapy (MT) treatments. Given that music engages a variety of brain areas involved in emotion, motivation, cognition, and motor functions, musical interventions have been used to increase socialization and cognitive, emotional, and neuromotor functioning.” #music#melody#neurology#mind#mentalhealth#rehabilitation#brain#development#heal#cure#soundwaves#neuromuscular#therapy#sound#language#universal
Here is a doodle of Mu-Mush's oldest daughter, Melody!
I'm aware she doesn't have the same last name as the other children; as she is Mu-Mush and Locraine's adoptive child (besides Anwyll)
She is a very tough, determined woman, as she is a skilled archer and sword fighter thanks to her papa Mush! Her race is a pure demon, but a specific race/type as a Shadow Demon (demon race/species i made)(dark skinned demons that can shapeshift into 1 animal, 2 as a rarity, and have colorful markings on their skin. They are normally seen pitch black like a shadow; some rarer cases having white hair instead of black to match.) ·
Helena Lim feat. Tiffany Leonardy "PASRAH"
Persembahan Helena Lim, pendatang baru berparas cantik ini untuk para pecinta musik Indonesia
single perdana "Pasrah" feat. Tifanny Leonardy adalah lagu ciptaan hits maker Ade Govinda yang pasti bisa bikin kamu makin ngerti galaunya kalo lagi "Falling In Love". Lagu ini sudah bisa kamu request di radio-radio kesayangan di kota kamu...
tonton jg video klipnya di channel Le Moesiek Revole... Aktifkan RBT-nya Helena Lim feat Tifanny Leonardy - PASRAH :
Was in the middle of the night suddenly heard this song & was in the mood to sing it out but there are some mistake lol hope you guys don't mind & like it. This is my version of Zombie😊 (Put on headphone to listen, TQ)
The MS20 mini semi modular analog synth is a 37-key synth with a mini patch bay and an external signal processor. It’s a classic in every sense of the word. Tag a friend who owns an MS20 👇LINK IN BIO for more info on the MS20 Mini