Indre Viskontas – How neuroscience made me a better singer

Indre Viskontas on "How neuroscience made me a better singer" at the TEDx SanFrancisco conference 2016.

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1. When we hear repeated sound and we know what it means, it gets music

2. Indre Viskontas

2.1. San Francisco Conservatory of Music Professor of neuroscience to musical training

3. "If you take a spoken sentence and pull out a phrase, it will begin sound musical"

4. We don't know how the brain turns sound into music

5. Why do we love music?

6. Musical & Medical Research

6.1. Classical Music training follows the apprentice principle

6.2. Performing the same exercises over and over again

6.3. Performance as kid "unmusical" by judges

6.4. How can science make me a better musician?

6.5. Art & Science are really similar

6.5.1. The goal is to understand the human experience

6.6. Course: "Train the musical brain"

7. Repetition signals intention

7.1. It shows you that there's something meaningful to listen to

7.2. Music is generating Dopamin

7.3. Caudate nucleus

7.3.1. Behaviors have consequences

7.3.2. It WANTS

7.3.3. Decides if you are getting chills

7.4. Nucleus accumbens

7.4.1. Your best friend

7.4.2. It LIKES