✅ UPSR .
✅ PMR .
✅ SPM .
✅ Diploma in Music .
✅ Bachelor Of Music Performance .
Officially alumni of Faculty of Music , Bachelor of Music Performance, with first-class dgree holder , thank you mama abah adik2 Family utk sokongan dan dorongan pada iwan sepanjang pembelajaran, lecturer di Faculty music , tak lupa juga pada kawan2 .Thank you So much to u My principal lecturer for Always be My inspiration,tak pernah penat dan sentiasa bersabar dgan perangai slow learner aku thank you So much , 🙏🏻🙏🏻,, I will not stop here , there is Many more Good things to come . Thank you Everyone .
(Pergh macam menang ABPBH) 😅
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DATE CHANGE!!! Event moved to Tuesday October 23rd!!!
Presented by Michael J. Di Stasio and hosted by the Aboriginal Centre for the Performing Arts (ACPA), MUSIC & THE PSYCHOLOGY OF EMOTION - COGNITION, PERCEPTION, ACQUISITION explores the connection between music, brain function and emotion.
With his background as an academic, musician, producer, and international consultant, Michael J. Di Stasio now operates from the oriental outpost in the megalopolis of Tokyo as the Asia-Pacific Representative for Amphion Loudspeakers. Over two captivating hours in the ACPA studio, Di Stasio will share his knowledge about the relationship between neuroscience and music appreciation.
If you would like to attend please register at the link https://music-and-psychology-of-emotion.eventbrite.com.au.
These are my two expressions for learning the wonderful Padre, germani, addio! From Mozart's incredible Idomeneo.
The first is me looking up to all the wonderful soprano singers whom come before me and totally nail this piece.
The second is me feeling totally upside down with confusion over how they learnt it!! 🙃🙃 However, it is a wonderful piece to work on my coloratura with and it feels amazing to be using my voice as I should be once more! It's totally amazing how singing lifts the mood and there's so much research to prove it's effect on the human brain. 🤓 Find out more here: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/04/170412181341.htm
در گذشته به این اشاره کردیم که چگونه برخی از موزیک ها باعث تخریب ذهنی میشوند.حال بیایید کمی بیشتر وارد موضوع شویم.
موسیقی دارای چندین بعد و منشا است که یکی از آنها بخش روانشناسی و روانشناختی اش میتواند باشد.
بدلیل نفوذ گسترده موسیقی به ضمیر خودآگاه و ناخودآگاه انسان و تاثیرات بالقوه و بالفعل آن بر حالت های رفتاری و روانی اهمیت آن بسیار بالا میباشد.
توجه کنید.شخصی با پیش زمینه های افسردگی اگر به صورت طولانی مدت آثاری را گوش دهد که کاملا دپرسیو باشند باعث تشدید افسردگی و تخریب ذهنی در او میشود.یا حتی اگر شخصی کاملا عادی به طور طولانی چنین آثاری گوش دهد به احتمال زیاد افسردگی گریبانگیرش خواهد شد.
نمیتوان گفت انسانی وجود دارد که در مقابل چنین وضعیتی مقاوم باشد.چرا که انسان دارای احساس است.برخی میگویند که ما با حساب اینکه چنین آثاری گوش میدهیم دیپرس هم نیستیم.شاید چنین شخصی هم وجود داشته باشد.اما بیشتر افراد چنین نیستند.افسردگی مراحل مختلفی دارد و گاهی حتی خود شخص هم نمیداند که دچار آن شده است.
همانطور که پیش تر گفتیم افراط در هرچیزی باعث نابودی میشود.هر نوع موسیقی مکان و زمان مشخصی را برای خود میطلبد و باید با شناخت روان خود به جلو گام برداشت.انسانی شاد و کامل است که در اندوخته های خود از هرچیزی داشته باشد.لذا باید قدرت موسیقی را درک کرد و به آن تنها به چشم سرگرمی نگاه نکرد.چیزهایی را که گوش میدهید با دقت انتخاب کنید. مغز شما دائما مشغول یادگیری و ثبت است و باید خوراک مناسب به خود را به او بدهید.اگر در مرز افسردگی هستید از آثار سنگین و تاریک دوری کنید.هرچند به آن علاقه مند هستید.حداقل برای مدتی.
ادامه دارد... #depression#music#musicpsychology#ir_symphonicmetal
Join me in my first series of many focussing on the benefits of different types of musical involvement. This series will cover a number of different facts (backed by research) and myth busters to really get to the bottom of how music can impact us, our health, our wellbeing, as well as other areas.
This series kicks off with the many benefits that singing, both individually and as part of group, has on us. Over the next few weeks, I’ll highlight some research findings and what they mean.
What do you think are the benefits of singing?
Welcome to my first post!
Through this profile I aim to promote the importance and benefits of musical involvement in our lives using scientifically backed research. Music and the impact it has on the human body is gaining increasing popularity as more research indicates the multitude of health and wellbeing benefits that results from musical involvement of varying degrees, across a wide variety of ages.
So let’s talk about how music matters to all of us!
It really is all about that bass. New research has found that there is a neurophysiological reason for the convention of using bass instruments to carry the rhythm. Neural activity is selectively enhanced when rhythms are conveyed by low tones compared with high tones. The low-tone benefit may be due to greater recruitment of brain areas involved in movement.
Lenc, T., Keller, P. E., Varlet, M., & Nozaradan, S. (2018). Neural tracking of the musical beat is enhanced by low-frequency sounds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201801421.
I am absolutely obsessed with this new album from Eminem, it came out of nowhere and he announced himself “I didn’t want to overthink this one” 😈 Eminem, is a rap god, I don’t care who you think is the best, he is among the GREATS! ☝️☝️☝️ His energy and lyrical acrobats has always fascinated me and most of you! Let me know your favourite track or album from @eminem 😘😘
Exciting news! OMTA Director of Communications, Annilee Baron, is taking on a new, additional role as Lab Manager at @mcmasteru in the MAPLE (Music, Acoustics, Perception, and Learning) Lab! 🍁🎼 🧠
Annilee completed her undergraduate degree in the Honours Psychology, Neuroscience, and Behaviour program at McMaster, specializing in Music Cognition. During this time, she spent a couple of years in the Maple Lab assisting with data collection and stimulus preparation, and completed her undergraduate thesis exploring the role of timbre in the communication of emotion. Annilee is looking forward to returning to the lab in this new position, and continuing to learn about the scientific study of music!
Happiness is managing to get a full day of work done since the accident with full concentration. 6 hours of @depaul_uk and more hours doing @somethinggoodhq and @tuosmusic stuff. Feel accomplished for the first time in a long time. Hurrah. #phd#musicpsychology#fundraising
You do you and i'll do me.
Have you ever had it where you have so many things you want to do/think you have to do, but you literally don't think you can?
----> currently struggling with this, and have made a list of priorities. This has helped me so much so it's worth sharing, it'll be different for everyone but this is mine:
1- Health and learning yourself.
This includes the Gym, Diet, Reading, Analysing and learning what you like and dont like ---> THIS IS A MUST! YOUR HEALTH INNER AND OUTER BEFORE ANYTHING
2- Family. Family will always be there, friends wont (mostly). Just like learning yourself family can't change, so might as well be there for them and learn from them
Studio engineer clients, live recording, Teaching, Studying scores, Practicing your craft, and work (lifeguarding)
This is because of income, and improving on what i wish to do for the rest my life!(Conduct, and be a Viola prof)
4- Friends and "Catching Up"
This is good, but should never be prioritised over your own health, family or your passion for a career. Be there for people when you can but don't make it a priority, you have things to do, make sure you get them done!
Agreed? Thoughts? Perspectives?
LET ME KNOW
Don't be stupid 🙄
I think everyone agrees with this.
(Noticed a spelling error so reposted😅)
Everybody connects to music for their own set of reasons, whether it just makes you "feel" good, is a form of meditation (both listening and playing), a form of 'release' of emotion and perspective, or to learn more about yourself.🙌
Music always just "is". To think that "sound" can make you go into yourself so deeply or show you things you never dreamed of feeling or learn things that you can't/will never even comprehend.
It's still there.
No matter the genre; classical, percussion, EDM, ballads, death metal, they ALL do the same thing.🙏
Showing a concept through timbre and sound to show a perspective which brings out the composers intent into yourself and your mind. Mind blowing man🌍
Every person can teach you something no matter how much technique they know. Technique is skill, MUSIC is PASSION. .
There's a difference!
Both co-inside..... amazing 😢
Have a good day guys
Don't be stupid😋
Shoutout to @florajayne for bringing this to my attention this morning
Through our highs and lows Aretha Franklin’s beautiful voice was there to nurture us, support us, & give us an anthem to sing at the top of our lungs 🎤 🎶 May she Rest In Peace ・・・
📷: @eatonworkshop 🎥: @bazaarbr @thethrowbackzone @welovedthe90s
Meet Annaliese Gill, PhD student in Music Psychology and Performance Science at the Conservatorium. Read more about her research into psychological performance skills via our bio link - and don't forget that you can meet lots of current students across all the fine arts and music areas this Sunday at Open Day! Register also via our bio link 📷@g.g.mcg #music#musicpsychology#melbourne#research#phd#unimelb @unimelb
And the most noteworthy spectacle is that I had the honour of joining Kalani's 2018 World Rhythm Workshop. With the sole belief of utilising music as a method of cognitive rehabilitation and/or self expression, I had a wonderful time meeting with him as well as the other participants while delving into their individual minds to uncover different methods of music therapy and psychology from them respectively. All in all, this is exactly what I've planned to join since a few years ago even before joining UPM and I'm so lucky I've stuck to my principles and have people around me to push me into participating in these kinds of musical activities #kalaniworkshop#worldrhythms#musictherapy#musicpsychology#musicpeople#drumcircle
Also finished the album cover for a second music project in production alongside my "Horror Re-Imagined" album. This one is an exploration into the various forms of Psychosis. Twisting percussive rhythms and instruments to parallel emotional states. Dropping on BandCamp in September 2018.
This summer marks the second year in a row my summer conference travels have me gone for 10+ days. ✈️ 🇨🇦 And what makes this year more interesting is that I have not one, but TWO conferences I’m attending back-to-back...😳
So I thought it may be fun to share a bit of what I packed to get me looking professional...while fitting everything in a single carry-on. 🤩
Day 1 💃✅
P.S. I’m not used to taking selfies, so I’m hoping this will give me some practice doing so! Also, please forgive the bad lighting...I’ll try to find a better spot 📸🤳🏼
P.P.S. If interested in music psychology/music science, I’ll be live tweeting from the conference. Follow me @KimberlySMoore or the hashtag #ICMPC15 👍🏼