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The future of music tech research?


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When I was a youngster growing up my dad used to play the keyboard, I remember my dad used to listen to radio norfolk in 80s and used to hear things like status quo, I used to think music was boring, when young I never did like music, but it was in the early 90s my brother just past his test and driving a red escort and he played this tape , he was 18 and I was 13, it was rave music and I was shocked to hear something that blow my mind, I was thinking how was this music possible i was speechless! Then I was into rave music for the rest of my life. People say everything is done now and they can't go no further in music but I think they are wrong and people will always come up with new things to shock us with! Do you know any info on music tech research into new instruments, new genres, new tech and software who are pushing the boundaries of music? Cheers mark.

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  • Music of the future will be connected to the brain. While you play music, you can create images in your brain. These images are than displayed to the public. So imagine to play a music and create a story to show to other people. it would be fantastic...the music may also be able to transmit stronger emotions and sensations. I see this happening in the next century but don't ask me how music will be like in the next 3-4 decades. I really don't know how it is going to be.


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I think that we will literally just "think" of music, and it would be instantly uploaded onto some kind of device from our minds and we'll be able to play it back without the use of any instruments or sound recording. Around 2200 I'm guessing this will be possible.

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I think humans in the future will be able to hear frequencies that we currently can't percieve, so, with a much larger array of frequencies to pick up from there's going to be new ways to combine sounds and whatnot, creating things never heard of before. Same goes with art and light spectrum perception in my opinion. 



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^Yes, I also agree. Perhaps we'll even be able to "create" new frequencies to enable new musical experiences.

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I think humans in the future will be able to hear frequencies that we currently can't percieve, so, with a much larger array of frequencies to pick up from there's going to be new ways to combine sounds and whatnot, creating things never heard of before. Same goes with art and light spectrum perception in my opinion. 

I think there will be hearing aids for recreational use that let's the ear hear more frequencies, new frequencies makes new sounds and new music. I think each generation hears things differently that's why the current generations music is not really acceptable to the previous generation and say things like not as good as it used to be.

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Or sonys brain beam that uses ultrasound to beam all 5 sense virtual realities to the brain?




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