Musicians’ brains are different than the rest of ours.
How can great musicians seem to do the impossible?
Looking beyond "practice makes perfect."
Training the novice ear to identify musical notes with motion.
A new computer science project translates emotions described in books into music.
Apart from humans, most animals cannot respond to rhythm.
Follow the radio waves that carried the Beatles across the universe.
They adjust to each other without the help of a conductor.
Scientist in New Hampshire uses data from space to create unique music.
Advancement allows patients to hear differences in pitch and timbre.