The Right Playlist, Based on Science

 

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Optimize Your Productivity With The Perfect Playlist

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Coldplay The Scientist (Official Video)

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New Hindi Songs 2020 -Indian Love Songs Playlist,New Romantic Song of 2020, Bollywood Romantic Music

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5 Steps to Create the Perfect Playlist for Working

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Coldplay Fix You (Official Video)

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Disturbed The Sound Of Silence [Official Music Video]

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The perfect playlist can improve endurance, reduce fatigue and enhance performance — as long as the tempo is right. The Perfect Playlist, According to Science chevron_left PREV: Cast-Iron Vegetarian Tamale Pi. Photo: Hero Images/Getty. In the early 1990s, there was a scientific rumor, loosely based on one study’s findings, that listening to classical music could make people smarter.The idea, dubbed “the Mozart effect,” permeated pop culture and even politics: In 1998, the governor of Georgia allocated $100,000 of the state’s budget to provide parents of newborn babies with classical CDs.

How To Create The Perfect Workout Playlist (According To Science) Harder, better, faster, stronger. According to a 2011 study, so don’t start your playlists that way. According. Building a scientifically sound workout playlist, however, requires more than just setting your iPod to shuffle and pressing play. Shaft / Via giphy.com Here’s how to do it in just three easy steps: 1. Decide if you want to move in time with the music. giphy.com.

So let’s make a playlist. grabbed the AUX cable and helped us find the best workout songs according to science. what scientifically makes a song perfect for exercise?According to Spotify and David M Green’s research, the trick to putting together the best morning music playlist is simple. The songs need to build up slowly, they need to send a positive and uplifting message and they should have strong beats.

If we knew what made the perfect song, someone would be making millions of dollars off it. David Poeppel Professor of Psychology and Neural Science at New York University. Innovate How to Make the Perfect Playlist to Boost Brain Power, According to Neuroscience Just a handful of guidelines can help you choose music that fits your workflow. A lot of tips on how to pick the perfect playlist to get you moving. a science to creating the perfect playlist. Well, at least according to our friends at buzzfeed. science-creating.

“The idea that everything is, in some sense, mathematical goes back at least to the Pythagoreans of ancient Greece and has spawned centuries of discussion among physicists and philosophers,” Max Tegmark, a physicist and cosmologist, wrote in an article for Discover Magazine.. As Tegmark alluded to, the “golden ratio” was discovered in Ancient Greece.. Simply put, this.

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So, building the essential playlist has become both a human and an analytical process.

“Disruptive Marketing: What Growth Hackers, Data Punks, and Other Hybrid Thinkers Can Teach Us About Navigating the New Normal” by Geoffrey Colon
from Disruptive Marketing: What Growth Hackers, Data Punks, and Other Hybrid Thinkers Can Teach Us About Navigating the New Normal
by Geoffrey Colon
AMACOM, 2016

There’s also such a thing as a Genius Mix, which, unlike a playlist, never ends.

“Switching to the Mac: The Missing Manual, Snow Leopard Edition: The Missing Manual” by David Pogue
from Switching to the Mac: The Missing Manual, Snow Leopard Edition: The Missing Manual
by David Pogue
O’Reilly Media, 2009

As can be seen in the experimental results, the playlist generated is quite accurate.

“Innovative Data Communication Technologies and Application: ICIDCA 2019” by Jennifer S. Raj, Abul Bashar, S. R. Jino Ramson
from Innovative Data Communication Technologies and Application: ICIDCA 2019
by Jennifer S. Raj, Abul Bashar, S. R. Jino Ramson
Springer International Publishing, 2020

Therefore, it is often advisable to make sure that the recommendation list (playlist) is not monotonous and that the items are not too similar to each other.

“Music Data Analysis: Foundations and Applications” by Claus Weihs, Dietmar Jannach, Igor Vatolkin, Guenter Rudolph
from Music Data Analysis: Foundations and Applications
by Claus Weihs, Dietmar Jannach, et. al.
CRC Press, 2016

It takes a long time to make the perfect playlist.

“That Time I Joined the Circus” by J.J. Howard
from That Time I Joined the Circus
by J.J. Howard
Scholastic Incorporated, 2013

In other words, you decide exactly what songs should be in a playlist.

“Mac OS X Help Line, Tiger Edition” by Ted Landau, Dan Frakes
from Mac OS X Help Line, Tiger Edition
by Ted Landau, Dan Frakes
Pearson Education, 2005

Math and science weren’t on my playlist.

“Learning How to Learn: How to Succeed in School Without Spending All Your Time Studying; A Guide for Kids and Teens” by Barbara Oakley, PhD, Terrence Sejnowski, PhD, Alistair McConville
from Learning How to Learn: How to Succeed in School Without Spending All Your Time Studying; A Guide for Kids and Teens
by Barbara Oakley, PhD, Terrence Sejnowski, PhD, Alistair McConville
Penguin Publishing Group, 2018

By some accounts, a really good playlist can even generate an aphrodisiac effect.

“The Perfect Thing: How the iPod Shuffles Commerce, Culture, and Coolness” by Steven Levy
from The Perfect Thing: How the iPod Shuffles Commerce, Culture, and Coolness
by Steven Levy
Simon & Schuster, 2006

This list represents only a partial catalogue of plausible pleasures that might be evoked (in various combinations) by music.

“Oxford Handbook of Music Psychology” by Susan Hallam, Ian Cross, Michael Thaut
from Oxford Handbook of Music Psychology
by Susan Hallam, Ian Cross, Michael Thaut
OUP Oxford, 2011

Unlike a Genius playlist, a mix is a neverending “radio station.”

“iPhone: The Missing Manual” by David Pogue
from iPhone: The Missing Manual
by David Pogue
O’Reilly Media, 2013

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  • I heard this song come on X96 just a week before summer began, the second Chris Martin sang “When you try your best, but you don’t succeed”, I immediately started crying because I was falling behind in school and I didn’t think I was gonna make it. That one part in the song alone just expressed how I was feeling at the time. It was a nice and yet, sad feeling at the same time. I’ve always struggled with school so I felt terrified once it was becoming the deadline and I was just about ready to give up and do summer school, though I didn’t. What I’m trying to say is…don’t give up no matter what and thank you, Coldplay <3

  • When I mow my lawn, I put in ear buds, then ear protection over that…. So I hear the music and the mower then becomes the background. Music choice… I listen to SLAYER when I mow my lawn, driving and working out. I listen to Pink Floyd when I need to really relax, Boston or bands like that.

  • I’ll be 16 soon, but I remember that when I was 6 years old I used to sing this song with my elder brother. That time I just love to sing this song but now I can understand all the lyrics ❤️

  • Este video tiene más de 1 billón de visitas teniendo poco más de 17 millones de subs yo creo que es obvio a quien se debe
    Viva Willyrex!!!

  • Music is truly powerful! I use it to match my mood, and sometimes to force change it. I am introvert, and I find that music is the perfect tool to set up my mindset before doing written work for college or to write inspirational lines. I do use music to my advantage and never find it disruptive unless I am meditating. Also for concentration, I use instrumental music ranging from jazz, romantic, or classical. On the other hand, if I want to get hyped, I listen to faster bit music like the ones runners would listen to. By the way, great topic Vanessa!

  • Remember when this song came out and people acted like it was just as good as if not better than the original? Hahaha, funny times.

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  • Not only does his extraordinary and passionate voice(think thunder and lightning) touch all who hear him but he appears to be most humble regarding the gifts he has been given, when he is interviewed, etc.
    What a change from the entitled “stars” and their demands and pretentiousness-they could not touch this man’s incredible talent-we share the same Birthday and I consider that a gift and an honor.

  • I have listened to this ever since it came out. I swear I cry every time I hear it. The amount of talent this man has could only be given by god. He is an amazing man.

  • If I remember correctly this song was originally a dream that Paul Simon had and I think it took him months to write the song some believe the song is about over dependence on technology like cell phones

  • no matter how much I feel low in my life but whenever I listen to this song this always gives me Hope that everything is going to fix itself, Binod❤

  • osea paradise es algo que se para parandose en willy que se paradisa en paradais que es paradise paradisieando a lo paradise que paradisa paradisamente paradisando?

  • Someone once told me that they don’t and do not like this song.I’ve heard the original version and it is nice.But this remake is the true sound of good music.Love the way my man and I just turn it up and listen to the silence together,��!!!

  • This is why music is so amazing. I love the Pentatonix version because of the various vocal harmonies and of course the original is great too. But this band put another interpretation on the track. Sends tingles down the spine. Stay safe everyone.

  • It’s like this song has been just sitting there all these years waiting for this guy to come along and give it life. Weird version but very good. Great song needed this great performance.

  • This is an incredible song, thank you! It inspired me to do a humbly simple version of the great song https://youtu.be/67487tAVA7c

  • as someone who cant name another song from this artist, or another song from the original artist therefor i have no nostalgia/bias

    this version is way better and its not even close.

    seethe boomers.

  • I was depressed for 2 years, mourning my father, and my mother. Finally found happiness in a girl, investing all my time and money into her. I then find out she doesn’t even find me attractive. This song hits very different now…

  • Could you imagine living in a world where you couldn’t listen to David Draiman?The lyrics are the vision of AI as the world dictator. Let’s pay attention, as his Heavenly voice will awaken you.

  • I heard this version of Sound of Silence shortly after my husband of 33 1/2 years had passed away. He would have loved this version as much as I do. I wish he could have heard it. It’s my favorite.

  • I’ve sung this to my son as a lullaby every night since he was born. He’s four.

    It was the only song I could think of that conveyed my feelings after his birth and I guess it stuck.

  • One of the best bands in the history of world.
    The only band of those who I knew all the members name.
    One and only Coldplay
    It’s more than a band.
    Love from Kerala,India

  • When you imagine the best life for yourself but your past keeps on haunting you, this song comes to your rescue.
    Helping me fix my life.

  • Song of silence! I want tonhere my soulmates voice but all I get is the sound of silence! Which is very powerful because I Her his voice through it all��������

  • Poignant in the 60’s but brutal in 2020. By far the best cover of a 60’s anti hate song. Thanks to David and Disturbed for bringing their voices to this timeless song.

  • It has only 400+ million views, I can proudly say that a couple of million views belongs to me�� if it counts the repeated views��❤️

  • Come up to meet you
    Tell you I’m sorry
    You don’t know how lovely you are
    I had to find you
    Tell you I need you
    Tell you I set you apart

    Tell me your secrets
    And ask me your questions
    Oh, let’s go back to the start
    Running in circles, coming up tails
    Heads on a science apart

    Nobody said it was easy
    It’s such a shame for us to part
    Nobody said it was easy
    No one ever said it would be this hard
    Oh, take me back to the start

    I was just guessing at numbers and figures
    Pulling your puzzles apart
    Questions of science, science and progress
    Do not speak as loud as my heart

    Tell me you love me
    Come back and haunt me
    Oh, and I rush to the start
    Running in circles, chasing our tails
    Coming back as we are

    Nobody said it was easy
    Oh, it’s such a shame for us to part
    Nobody said it was easy
    No one ever said it would be so hard
    I’m going back to the start

  • This song hasn’t aged and will never age Love playing this on the guitar its a great song and would love to play with Chris and the band who knows what comes in the future thanks Coldplay for making the moments in peoples lives so special as you did to me and all of your millions of fans great solo. I love this song as it makes those moments with friends and family so special and that’s what music is about Its all about the emotion that’s in the song.

  • In the comment section, there is no discrimination of any kind; we speak heart to heart, and we are united by the language of music. I never listened to Coldplay as much before lockdown. I must confess that this band has wrung every feeling out my heart. No day has passed without FIX YOU. For all who speak the language of Coldplay, those who love songs with emotional depth, I don’t like calling them sad songs, we are in this together, we are one big family. Covid-19 will end and we will gather together again.

  • Thank you this was a mentally informative! Truly truly! Thank you so much for this. Looking gorgeous gorgeous beautiful presentation look forward to your next installment. Grateful

  • China to for me Toshiba promised go.find out usa ones offer:) neat tidy enough that’s order way of let me know when home/ rurururururu

  • 15 years later and this song still tugs at all the strings in my heart��… especially the ending with the audience (always my fave part) ������‍♀️✌����