#1
know there is a name for people who feel music more than normal people..what is it?

and it's not metalheads or those who like classical music :P
#3
^ stoners yes and drunk people that think ther hot ****
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#4
jonas brothers?
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^ stoners yes and drunk people that think ther hot


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#6
Perfect Pitch?
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know there is a name for people who feel music more than normal people..what is it?

and it's not metalheads or those who like classical music :P


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#11
You mean, people who like music?

There isn't an exact word. It's very pretentious to think that people who like music should have their own word, but not people who like science or art or literature.
#13
I'm gonna have to agree with stoners.
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#15
maybe in english there isn´t a word...I'm portuguese and I remember earing a conversation from a person that was talking about how amaised he was about how many people in metal concerts Really feel the music, don´t just listen to it, they live it...Music is his life and he really knows what he was talking about..but i can´t remember what he called those people
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He could hear for most of his life.

Anyway, TS, the term for which you are looking is arrogant jackass. Connoisseur also works, though I associate that term with wine more than anything else; however, it does work for music.
#18
another thing I noticed... that guy in the ad looks like smiling bob... from those enhancement commercials..
#19
I think the word you're looking for is synesthesia. Maybe?

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#20
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know there is a name for people who feel music more than normal people..what is it?

and it's not metalheads or those who like classical music :P

so because im a metalhead i can't feel music deeply?
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Anyway, TS, the term for which you are looking is arrogant jackass. Connoisseur also works, though I associate that term with wine more than anything else; however, it does work for music.

so... i'm an arrogant jackass?.....

......

you're right, i am an arrogant jackass.
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#21
I'd hate to be "That Guy" who posts an actual attempt at answering the question, but...
I think "musical enthusiast" works.
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#23
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I'd hate to be "That Guy" who posts an actual attempt at answering the question, but...
I think "musical enthusiast" works.


Don't worry. Mine was serious.

CT
Could I get some more talent in the monitors, please?

I know it sounds crazy, but try to learn to inhale your voice. www.thebelcantotechnique.com

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#24
It's called honesty.

If you play guitar because you really love music, then you become good at it, cause that's how a brain works.

It's the reason why everyone can talk fluently in their native language, can walk without thinking, etc.

Unless off course your physically or mentally less proficient, but really, anyone become good.

Reason why so many people don't get good, is because they probably think too much of how cool it would be if they were famous, or thinking too much about the idea of being good, rather then working on being good.

This probably sounds arrogant as hell, but there's definitely truth value to it.

How this relates to the Main query?

They live/feel music more than usual, because they feel affected to it, and it shows off in their playing.

honesty in that sense always prevails.

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#26
Depends, I mean if you see colours and smell stuff whilst playing then thats something else.


If you just really love music (which is a good thing) then yeah someone who just likes music.


Its kinda like art, everyone sees it different. The Mona Lisa is apprently the most beautiful woman in a painting. To me its just some broad with dark clothing on.


Whatever works for you eh
#29
MUSICIAN.
Because if you live and feel music, you aren't going to not become one.
#30
If you are a recording artist, it would probably bad for you to feel music as if you were stoned all the time, since the music you produce won't have the same affect on the audience you think it will. Though you will be able to make interesting sounding music, since what you make will probably be far different that what someone else without your talent would make

On the other hand, if you are just listening to music for pleasure, that talent is awesome.
#31
Quote by tasanhalas
maybe in english there isn´t a word...I'm portuguese and I remember earing a conversation from a person that was talking about how amaised he was about how many people in metal concerts Really feel the music, don´t just listen to it, they live it...Music is his life and he really knows what he was talking about..but i can´t remember what he called those people

he probably used the term "douchebag" or "cocky SoB", people who brag about it, probably suck at it. its good for picking up easy girls though.

but on a serious note, it probably has to do with them using their right brain more than the left, and exercising the creative side of their brain more.
#33
synthesia or something like that
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#36
Synaethesia.
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#37
Wow, it's amazing how most people totally ignore the only serious answers and just start blurting out vague replies and rants about cocky musicians. Heh.

And this isn't a troll thread, TS was asking about an actual neurological term.

Edit: Oh and synesthesia is quite a broad subject, for this particular thread try looking up sound-colour synesthesia, it basically means people visualise music, in many different forms, movements, colours and so on.
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