One of those things that makes me mad is when people just sort their music. I know I have had to do this a lot lately, I mean, I have never had anything as important as this happen. I have to pay bills, a friend’s birthday, the dog poops on the carpet, etc. You get the idea.
Unfortunately, I will confess that I used to sort my music as a teenager. It helped me feel more relaxed about my music. Now I sort my music by genre. I like it, but I don’t care about the genre. I just want the music to be in good taste.
I think you are right. I am the same way. Sort your music. You can sort it by genre, by artist, by mood, by whatever. I just want to have some of my music be good.
I guess the problem here is that music is such a subjective thing. We all like the same things, we all like some things and not others. I think the trouble with music is that it is almost impossible to objectively decide what is good and what is not good. I think this is the biggest hurdle for the general public to overcome when it comes to music.
I agree. I guess the biggest hurdle to overcome is the fact that we all like the same things. Music is subjective, and often it is impossible to tell a good song from a bad song. For example, I love the sound of the Bee Gees, but that doesn’t mean I like the songs on The Bee Gees. I like the songs on The Bee Gees, but I don’t like the songs on The Bee Gees.
That’s kind of the point, I suppose. The point is that the general public is often not aware of the differences in music. They are probably aware of the fact that there are certain songs that they like, but they don’t know why. So to them, the problem is not the songs themselves. It is the fact that they like some of the songs and not others.
The problem is not that these song lists don’t seem to make sense to us (although that is a problem too). The problem is that they seem to exist only when we are listening to the songs. The problem is that we aren’t talking to people who listen to these songs. It’s not that they arent nice songs. It’s that they are somehow not relevant to the people we are talking to.
The problem is that we are not talking to people who listen to these songs. They are not our friends or family members. We are talking to strangers. Its not that they are not nice sounding songs. Its that we dont understand them.
Sounds like the kind of story you’d see in a movie. Sort your music.
There is a difference between what you actually do with your music and what you imagine people do with their music. While there is a lot of variance in how people listen to music, there is a clear pattern to how they actually use it. In our study of music that is played at concerts, we found that people mostly listen to songs in the first half of the song, then they switch to the bridge or last few notes.