Subcortical representation of musical dyads: Individual differences and neural generators

@article{Bones2015SubcorticalRO,
  title={Subcortical representation of musical dyads: Individual differences and neural generators},
  author={Oliver Bones and Christopher J. Plack},
  journal={Hearing Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={323},
  pages={9-21}
}
When two notes are played simultaneously they form a musical dyad. The sensation of pleasantness, or "consonance", of a dyad is likely driven by the harmonic relation of the frequency components of the combined spectrum of the two notes. Previous work has demonstrated a relation between individual preference for consonant over dissonant dyads, and the… CONTINUE READING