My Hypothesis – Bitagaming

  1. Music is easy to compose
  2. Find information on the internet to help us understand more about how to make music.
  3. understanding how music work and what kind of music do we love
  4. If we don’t play instrument, we can make music by apps.
  5. But sometime emotion affect to the mental-health a lot, worry about don’t know the goal.
  6. Music can be make and sharing positive mind to everybody witthout playing instrument.
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3 Responses to My Hypothesis – Bitagaming

  1. davidbdale says:

    Bitagaming, I love your Number 1.

    After that, I lose interest in your hypothesis development, which for me just gets abstract and vague and impossible to prove. It also gets MUCH BROADER as you work with it instead of NARROWER, which is the goal of the six steps.

    Please conference with me so we can explore the idea that MAKING MUSIC can have benefits even for NON-MUSICIANS. I’d be much happier learning that making bad music is therapeutic than I would be affirming any of the other obvious claims you’ve made.

    (In case you didn’t get the idea yet, this is how feedback goes, Bitagaming. I praise where you least expect to be praised and challenge all the stuff that you thought was your best work.)

    Ready for a conference?

    Mandatory Conferences

  2. I think the idea of comparing music to behavior is interesting, but the claim you make could be something more challenging and contested. You could think about going back to your number 1, possibly in how good music doesn’t always involve musical talent in the way most people think of it.

  3. davidbdale says:

    Your number 6 is too obvious to need proving, Bita. Of course, practice will make anyone better at singing or playing, and if they have talent they might become quite good even if they were not already musicians. What I was hoping for from your hypothesis was a bit more provocative and surprising: that non-musicians, even those without either talent or experience, might still benefit from “playing at” music however non-melodious the results.

    You might want to investigate the field of music therapy, which provides a safe environment for participants to beat on drums, or shake tambourines, or even attempt simple melodic instruments to achieve the psychic and social benefits of “making music.” A sing-along can be quite healing, for example, and the exercise of following a tune and a rhythm can break down anxieties and reticence.

    Isn’t that what you had in mind?

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