Our hands (ears) are incredibly sensitive to (musical) texture. Even with your eyes closed, you can easily tell (.)apart fine from bass coarse sandpaper sounds, slick silk trebles from soft melodic cotton layers, noisy planed wood from smooth plastic sound waves.
Our brain allows us to experience this rich world of musical textures and may offer a superior auditory stimulus as it is believed to involve key areas supporting consciousness and help therapeutically body and soul. Each musical texture sends a different kind of Morse code to the brain that is reflected in a very complex neural representation. The variety of different adjectives you can use to describe musical textures just highlights that it’s a rich sensory space. So, it makes sense that you need to have a rich neural space in the brain to feel and interpret that too. Breathe in, breathe out.
.apart was born from the act of resigning our fears and embarking on a new path where passion and essence walk hand by hand.
In order to transmit the true essence of musical passion, we aim to cre...