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Wolfgang Saus's Blog News – July 2014 Archive (1)

Wie Obertöne im Gehirn wirken



Wer mehr Obertöne hört, hat mehr graue Nervenzellsubstanz im “Hörzentrum” der rechten Großhirnrinde. Spannende Studie der Uniklinik Heidelberg, die zeigt, dass derselbe Klang von jedem anders wahrgenommen wird.

Auf den diesjährigen Stuttgarter Stimmtagen werde ich einen Vortrag über die Auswirkungen im Chorklang halten. Mehr dazu in Kürze.

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