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Bass instinct: low notes really do get people dancing, research finds

Neuroscientists show clubbers move more to very low frequencies, even though they are not consciously detectable

Scientists say when very low frequency (VLF) sound was introduced during a live electronic music event, gig-goers moved more even though they could not hear the frequencies.

“This is real world – real electronic music dance concert – validation that the bass really does make people dance more, and this isn’t just something that comes from our conscious awareness,” said Dr Daniel Cameron, a neuroscientist and first author of the work from McMaster University in Canada.

Nicola Davis Science correspondent to The Guardian
Bass instinct: low notes really do get people dancing, research finds

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One response to “Bass instinct: low notes really do get people dancing, research finds”

  1. Lateral vertical Avatar

    Do you know of a machine called the 201b? It was inspired by Robert Monroe and can entrain the brain into altered states.

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