Technology: September 2012 Archives
Friday September 28, 2012
Composers may hope to express a certain feeling with their music. And many people say listening to music can make them feel happy or sad.
But what -- in essence-- is the sound of emotions?
Concordia Master of Studio Arts student Erin Gee is trying to answer that question. She's working on a project to create a composition made from the sound of human emotions.
The sound of a feeling is captured by a very small needle that reads the electrical currents in the subject's nerve.
Listen to the sound of Erin's anxiety, and hear her interview with Jeanette.
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