digitizing station

You can’t help but notice that I’m a drummer when you stand at my digitizing station. Drum sticks rest just an arm’s reach away, resting on top of my computer’s keyboard digitizing, and the drum pad stands right beside me like an assistant staring over my shoulder. I drum all day while I work. Prompted by either a key drum section in my current music selection, or feeling mentally stumped at the moment, I pick up my sticks and begin to drum. It clears my mind and rejuvenates my thoughts. I rarely work and almost never digitize without music. My musical choices range from Mannheim Steamroller to Gloria Estefan. I know without music because it makes me feel creative and ALIVE.

Research conducted at The University of California at Irvine has shown a relationship between Mozart’s music and spatial reasoning. Well developed spatial intelligence is the ability to perceive the visual world accurately and is crucial for such higher brain functions as mathematics vector conversion, engineering and chess. Scientists suggest Mozart’s music stimulates particular neural parts of the brain that are connected to higher brain functions and have named this the “Mozart Effect”. Study after study has resulted in huge differences in scores for those who listened to Mozart as compared to those who didn’t.

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  1. thomas says:

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