“Moon Graffiti”: Sounds and their ability to help us create mental schemas

Moon Graffiti was absolutely insane to me. It was intense and it had me locked in listening the entire time. The reason for that: the sound production. Their ability to maneuver and transition the sound helped me feel like I was there because there are no images, whereas images presented with sound do the opposite, they trigger cues visually and we correspond them to what we know that image sounds like. Jad Abumrad had a cool way of explaining it how we are the ones holding the paintbrush not him. Its honestly beautiful to see. It’s the manipulation of perception at its finest and a good exemplar of sensual learning. It’s a recognition process of memory that happens when we hear certain sounds that creates empathy for the listener as it enables one to actually place themself in a similar experience.

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