Emotions and Colors in Chords

After receiving three responses, I can almost see a correlation but there are a few contrasts. This goes to show that although some chords may produce the same feeling for different audiences, everyone hears a chord in their own way and their own memories and experiences may apply to them. However for a few chords like the D chord, there was a slight similarity. I noticed on all three responses, the feelings given were more likely peaceful. This may be because of the D chords so called light tone. With the C chord, all three responses seemed to focus more on a particular event or activity. As for the G chord, it was the first time answers varied. They ranged from a happier feel, to sadder thoughts, to attending an old western show. The E Major chord yet again showed similar results, with all responses saying the colors seen were rather darker colors. As for the rest of the chords, the answers varied greatly, but with all of this information we can draw one conclusion for certain. Although each individual chord has its own natural and unique qualities, a persons reaction to each of these chords depends greatly upon what they have experience and even possibly what they WANT to hear. If you don’t want this chord to sound deep and dark, you can mentally adjust how it sounds to you in a matter of seconds. All it takes is a good ear and an unending drive to live and cherish music.
This week we also made some good starting strides in our projects. We got several different videos of Ollies. We have also pin pointed the force and physics into an Ollie. Later on this week we got some good videos on tee height And how the tee height effects the ball in air. We also put the points on the ball and how the ball is effected in the air. This is just the start of the project in the past week we have taken the project in a good direction and plan and and intend to take this even further next week.

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