You listen to music, but do you see it? Do you hear it in the raindrops around you, or realize that there is a rhythm to everything? The way our brains visualize and process musical patterns factors into both how we hear music and how we "see" it. I wont even keep going and pretend I am smart enough to trick you into thinking I have any idea what I am talking about. Instead, I will just let the always-brilliant Ted Ed series of Ted Talks teach you how to visualize music differently. Who knew something as simple as a wheel would change our perception of music?
That last line will make sense after you watch the video.
Now if you don't mind, I am just gonna flip on the blacklight and visualize some Pink Floyd music.
We hope you like this article!
Please help us grow by sharing: