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Creating Simplicity: How Music Fools the Ear

ScienceDaily (2011-01-24) — What makes music beautiful? The best compositions transcend culture and time — but what is the commonality which underscores their appeal? New research suggests that the brain simplifies complex patterns, much in the same way that “lossless” music compression formats reduce audio files, by removing redundant data and identifying patterns.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/01/110120073507.htm

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