Find out why quantum music is going to bust out!

Music, as the lyricist used to say, is a universal language. It has the power to stir emotions and change patterns. But quantum music is capable of much more. It can modify DNA and revitalize cells. Do you believe in this? Read on.    

Sound waves can alter behaviors and environments. Quantum music goes deeper!

According to Niels Bohr's Model, matter is composed of atoms, particles, and electrons, at the atomic and subatomic levels.

At the subatomic level, the matter is a condensate of waves in motion, manifesting themselves at various frequencies, which determines their shape. For the manifestation of various types of sounds, the frequencies oscillate in various positions.

Matter "dances" according to the music!

That is, if the frequency changes, matter also changes. When there is vibration in the air, an electromagnetic sound wave is created. 

Frequency is the number of times a wave repeats itself every one second and is measured in hertz. Based on this very principle, the Quantum Music Project was idealized

The Quantum Music Project

The theory of "Quantum Entanglement", combined with the studies in "Quantum Acoustics", gave support to the "Quantum Music Project", sponsored by the TodaysArt company. 

The first chords of quantum music were generated on a piano, which device keys were connected to computers.

The quantum sound emitted by the piano surprised everyone: a mix of synthesizers with tuning or harmony never heard before! 

How quantum music was developed

Quantum music would be a result of mixing analog and quantum frequencies with the "Bose-Einstein Condensate" (BEC) as a model. 

The Bose-Einstein Condensate (BEC) is a state of matter obtained when a gas of bosonic atoms (the bosons) becomes super-cooled to temperatures close to zero-absolute. 

In other words, the moment the temperature of the gas reaches a critical value, the atoms condense, becoming a kind of "superatom. This highly condensed atom is then converted into audible sounds that are produced by the piano, reverberating into the first chords of quantum music.

Since sound waves are the principle of the matter, this explains the power that quantum music has over it! Thus, so-called first "hybrid sounds" were produced.

The next step was to test new quantum compositions on volunteers when the results were measured. A "Quantum Sound Library" was created from the formulas of Physics!

The researchers intended to increase the range of tunes of quantum music, to determine its possibilities comparing with the effects of binaural sounds. 

Can binaural sounds actually alter mental and emotional states?

Binaural sounds allegedly generate positive effects in people according to the number of Hertz they produce. Some of them are listed below:

  1. Energy balance of the chakras

  2. Mind reprogramming to overcome traumas

  3. Learning process enhancement

  4. Sleep mode regulation

  5. Meditative state deepens

This binaural technology is based on the ‚ÄúBrain Entrainment‚ÄĚ project that consists of beating sounds that intensify neural pulses.

In order words,¬†binaural beats are created when two tones with slightly different frequencies are played separately in each ear via headphones, making the brain perceive an additional ‚Äėpulsing‚Äô effect.

Each frequency releases endorphins that could alter - for the better - mental or emotional state.  

Researchers say that quantum music can go further because it can affect not only mental states but in the physiological level on a molecular scale. 

The bottom line

It's not recent that scientists want to unify music and Math.

Around 500 B.C., Pythagoras tried to do so. He wanted to "make more sense of the world" through music based on numbers. His point was to apply logical-mathematical reasoning to understand the relationship between the length of an instrument's string and the note produced after it was played.

By observing combinations that reverberated a pleasant sound, Pythagoras created an unprecedented system of tuning relating the musical notes from the mathematical proportions of their frequencies.

Searching for the "perfect music," Pythagoras looked up to the sky and wondered, "Is not the universe a giant lyre where God plays his cosmic music?"

Who knows quantum music is that "divine music" that Pythagoras was looking for?"