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The unexpected creates reward when listening to music
The unexpected creates reward when listening to music
The researchers found that reward prediction errors from music correlated with activity in the nucleus accumbens, a brain region that in previous studies has been shown to activate when the subject is experiencing musical pleasure.

Scientists prove difference between expected/actual outcomes cause reward response

If you love it when a musician strikes that unexpected but perfect chord, you are not alone. New research shows the musically unexpected activates the reward centre of our brains, and makes us lea...

New Product Announcement! Fundamental AV Intel 10th Generation CPU Laptops
New Product Announcement! Fundamental AV Intel 10th Generation CPU Laptops

Introducing our new Intel 10th Generation CPU Laptops

The Fundamental AV TB31014 and TB31015

Thin, lightweight digital audio 14" and 15" laptop workstations based on Intel's new mobile 10th Generation processor.

Powerful, ultra-slim lightweight laptop. Perfect for mobile audio recording, DJing, a...

DAWbench Radio Show. Episode 02 with guests Erin McKimm and Justin Frankel
DAWbench Radio Show.  Episode 02 with guests Erin McKimm and Justin Frankel

110 minutes of audio nerdvana. They cover a wide range of topics from Reapers development and company culture, to audio engine and multi-threading/multiprocessor performance , and discuss some of Reapers unique and powerful scripting features.

They also explore the recent ongoing curves with hybrid...

The Dementia and Music Project by Chloe Meineck
The Dementia and Music Project by Chloe Meineck

What an amazing project she has come up with. We sure hope it proves to be great treatment/therapy for dementia patients. 

“Although she couldn’t remember who any of her family was anymore, she could still play piano very well — and we would put on a song and she would know all the lyrics and then ta...