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Kia & AudioFusion Collab Borns A New FREE Instrument

Kia (the car manufacturer) and AudioFusion have paired up to deliver a new FREE plugin and standalone instrument.

To build move.ment Kia recorded the sounds of movement in nature all over the world. 

The science behind move.ment

The sounds of movement in nature produce what’s known as pink noise. This increases the alpha waves in the brain, inducing the flow state of consciousness, the state in which the brain is at its most creative. These natural sounds were recorded all over the world and used to develop the one-of-a-kind instrument, that we call move.ment. To induce the flow state further, every composition should be arranged following these 4 neuroscientific parameters:

Science 1 – BPM

120bpm is the tempo in which synchronization of the heartbeat elicits the positive, calm focus we need to unlock flow. Increasing the song’s speed helps increase this state of focus.

Science 2 – Harmonic Progressions

Harmonic variations are better remembered by the listener and activate certain areas of the brain.

Science 3 – Melodic Intervals

Having melodic intervals creates a sense of movement, establishes a sense of anticipation, and is associated with pleasurable longing, which is often central to inspiration.

Science 4 – Texture

The texture of the composition, created by layering pink noise captured from the sounds of movement in nature.

Now that you know all about move.ment it’s time to make some music. Download the instrument so you can create songs that truly inspire. Remember to use the 4 neuroscientific parameters mentioned in ‘The science behind move.ment’ section to help make your songs even more inspiring.

Currently, move.ment is only available to PC users.

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