Health Benefits of Classical Music

Health Benefits of Classical MusicDid you know that classical music has a neat effect on babies? You should put classical music on in the baby’s nursery as your baby sleeps, so that your baby will relax, because, according to a study in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association, classical music helps the baby maintain a  regular heart rate and he’s less agitated. In addition to this, classical music keeps the baby’s mood happy as he plays in the crib or relaxes. Other studies have shown that listening to classical music helps people recover from injuries and other illnesses.

Your Cognitive Skills Improve

Another health benefit of classical music is that it improves your cognitive skills and according to some studies that used Mozart’s music as an experiment, researchers concluded that when people listen to classical music are more likely to use the right and left sides of the brain, and this led to better memory among those persons.

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The Magic Flow of Music

The Magic Flow of MusicThere is something about music that affects your brain and productivity in a positive way. According to Dr. Amit Sood of the Mayo Clinic, listening to music while you work promotes the release of dopamine in the brain, and this leads to a pleasant feeling all over and less stress at work. In a study from researcher Dr. Teresa Lesiuk, she states that those who put music on, while working, tend to finish work more quickly than those who do not work while listening to music.  For some workers, listening to music while working makes the task or entire day go faster. And for other workers, music in the office helps them focus on the tasks.

Music Relaxes the Mind

When a stressed person listens to music, it relaxes the person’s mind and the stress goes away after a time. The kind of music you listen to may also be a factor in how well you relax, because, according to some medical studies, classical, jazz and other kinds of soft music will relieve stress in people and make the day go better for them.

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The Life of a Maestro

The Life of a MaestroJerry Goldsmith is a composer who has produced music for dozens of films such as Logan’s Runs, Planet of the Apes, Patton, Poltergeist, Alien, Basic Instinct, the Rambo films, and the Stark Trek movies. Jerry Goldsmith was born in 1929 and was introduced to the possibility of a music career when he started playing piano as a child. When Goldsmith was 13 he took piano lessons with well known pianist Jakob Gimpel and from that point on he became dedicated to a lifelong career in music.

Jerry Goldsmith’s Early Years

In the 1950s Goldsmith began his work at CBS as a typist and later in the network’s music section. It was during this time that he started writing music for shows such as CBS Radio Workshop, Frontier Gentleman and many other shows. Goldsmith also produced music scores for the program The Twilight Zone. After the 1960s Goldsmith left CBS in order to pursue greater opportunities and one of those big breaks was when he produced the score for the movie Planet of the Apes. In 1970 Goldsmith produced the music score for the movie Patton. During this time he started receiving Academy Award nominations for his music scores. For the music score for Planet of the Apes, Goldsmith got innovative by using what is known as echoplex, which is when a composer utilizes an orchestra to create beautiful sounds.

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When Not to Listen to Music

When Not to Listen to MusicI recently talked to a friend who is an avid shooter and who goes to the gun range regularly to practice, and she had an interesting perspective on music and its role in her sport. I tend to trust her because I know from others that she is what they would call and “ace shot,” though he only experience I have with any kind of shooting is trying to fire an air rifle once. Also, what she said seemed to be pretty common sense and logical to my mind at least, so I though that I would share it here for those who share her interest.

Anyway, my friend told me that she often uses classical music before practicing, particularly when she is driving to the gun club. This is not what I expected, to be honest, but she really emphasized that it gets her in the right “place” to concentrate and to feel relaxed and focused. This was in keeping with something I posted earlier about the benefits of listening to music before and after a practice session, but it is also a good reminder that some sports are not conducive to listening to music during a session.

Having said this, my friend DID say that shooting has some very specific safety considerations that mean that listening to music while shooting is not a good idea. Of course, we know that is is not, but I thought that this might be a good point for explaining why so that people can be safer.

First, she said that people usually use noise-canceling headgear to protect their hearing. These often have electronics that allow people to hear vocal commands, but they are not conducive to listening to music at all. Second, the sheer amount of noise at a shooting range means that the volume levels needed to listen to a song would be so high that they could be damaging to hearing in and of themselves. No one wants to ruin their hearing, so his is an important thing to remember not just for people at gun ranges but for anyone who listens to music with headphones and the volume set very high.

Finally, she came to her last point, which is the most important. It is really essential to remember gun safety even if practicing alone. Remaining alert and having unobstructed hearing can be essential to knowing if someone else enters the area. Even more than that, sound can be an important way of alerting a shooter if a firearm has a squib or any other major malfunction. This seems pretty essential to me, so I’m going to have to agree with her on this one.

My friend loves shooting. Admittedly, I’m not sure that I’ll be taking that Gamo Hornet out for any more practice sessions in the near future. Even so, I thought that what my friend had to say was important enough to share. Stay safe and enjoy what you do.

Getting Started Playing a Digital Piano: A Buyer’s Guide

Getting Started Playing a Digital Piano A Buyer's GuideSome people are content with just listening to music, and this is wonderful in itself. Others, however, take their love of music and want to create something with it. For those people who want to actively participate in music there are a number of ways to do so from reviewing concerts and releases to learning audio engineering to learning to play an instrument.

Obviously, the last of these is the course hat most people take, and the piano is the most popular instrument to learn for a number of reasons. Having said this, the process of figuring out the best way to learn and what to learn on can be daunting.

Since my blog is for audiophiles who may be looking to learn to play the piano or may already know but are looking for a new instrument, I thought that this post could be a good place to review not just the music itself but also electric pianos, which are the most natural choice for those of you looking to learn to play. I hope that this is helpful in pointing those readers in the right direction.

Why a Digital Piano

Most people do not have the room for an upright (and certainly not a grand) piano but still want something that looks nice and that they will not outgrow in a few months of practice. The best option or many is a quality digital piano because they have a small footprint and are relatively inexpensive but are still built well. Of course, not all digital pianos are created equally, and a site like Piano Report can be a great resource regarding all the various models.

What to look for

Some of the things a person looks for in  digital piano are personal and basic to getting started. These include things like the size, price and the look of the piece that I mentioned above. But, there other factors to consider as well. These include the number of keys on the keyboard ( which can vary, believe it or not), the amount and types of effects programmed into the digital piano and the overall sound quality and tone of the piano.

Past that, there are also considerations regarding the electronics in the keyboard itself. I am not a technical wiz, so I can only suggest reading a few reviews and a looking at the product warranty before making a purchase. Personally, I have found the Yamaha DGX650 to be a great model for beginner and advanced players alike, as it has many fun features and is a quality instrument as well.

Conclusion

There are many excellent models available for someone to learn to lay music on past the one that I suggested. The key to buying your first digital piano is doing some research and knowing your own needs. After that, it is just sticking to a consistent learning plan. Practice really does make perfect no matter what instrument you are playing.

Music Before and After

Music Before and AfterObviously music in and of itself is a hobby, but music can also be a valuable addition to other hobbies because it can increase focus and strengthen cognitive processes, as has been mentioned before. Obviously, music be a great addition during workout routines, and many play lists have been created for jut this reason. But, some sports are not conducive for using music in this way. This is particularly true for activities like motocross, snowboarding, swimming and archery, where all of the senses have to be engaged in the activity at hand.

One of the things that all of these types of sports have in common is that they are all already heavily mitigated by sound factors that prevent them from playing music. Either their practitioners are working under very loud conditions in an environment where they cannot use an mp3 player or otherwise need their hearing to be unobstructed for safety reasons. So, were is the ability to incorporate music? The answer is fairly straight forward. One of the main times when can be used for healthy living, however, is not during a practice session, but before or after it.

Music is a perfect way of putting an athlete in the right frame of mind before they perform. This is something that elites in snowboarding and swimming have found. This is so true that during the last Summer Olympics one of the most common questions that journalists posed to swimmers in their pre-race interviews was “What are you listening to?” And, there have been sports commercials galore made that include elite athlete’s play list suggestions.

Even more than just the ability to get someone in the mood for competition, it is important to remember that music is capable of much more. The seemingly simple act of shooting a recurve bow, for example, requires a huge amount of control and focus to accomplish accurately. Music can be a powerful tool for focusing the mind and relaxing the body beforehand to improve performance.

More than that, the body goes through a lot when pushed to the limits and music can be an effective means of relaxing the body after strenuous exercise. Even with stretching and a good cool down, sometimes it is a song that can truly work to loosen up and unwind and can even be used to help an athlete work through cramping pains or minor injuries along with proper treatment. Even mentally, music can and does help people to recover when a session has not gone as well as expected and gives them a way to confront the next session with renewed spirit and vigor.

So, it may not be possible to listen to music while working out to make it  more enjoyable when practicing some sports. Even so, music can still be an important contributor to these activities through its residual benefits before and after the actual practice session. Music really is a key force in maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle.

Why Hunting Is Necessary For The Environment

Why Hunting Is Necessary For The EnvironmentI’ve always viewed hunting as a sport to be enjoyed. The thrill of the hunt and patiently waiting for your prey is something that has to be done in person to enjoy it fully. I’ve been on hunting expeditions both inside the United States and also abroad. From the hunting I’ve done, I think that three main reasons for success in hunting are, the proper gear, good hunting skills and knowledge about the area you are hunting in.

When all these three conditions are met with, your hunting will be a big success. There are special range finders which also help in adding to the effectiveness of the hunt. This helps in hunting moose, Colorado bull elk, trophy mule deer, black bear or whitetail deer or any other small game you are interested in.

While I’m all agog about hunting and its benefits, there are many who oppose it because of the harm it can do to the animal population, which is dwindling rapidly. I however maintain that there are several benefits that hunting can bring about not only to humans but also for the wildlife too.

For the vast community of landowners, foresters and farmers, a healthy and flourishing wildlife population is of high value. Having animals like deer on the lands can be a big drain on the farmers as these animals have a big appetite and are more adept to change their habitat when compared to other animals. This results in big damage to pastures, hedge banks and trees which the farmers need. They are therefore forced to cover for the damage by diverting the scant resources they have at their disposal.

Hunting such animals is as you see of high ecological value. A high population of deer can cause irreparable damage to forest area. They can go over all the vegetation in their immediate vicinity, which reflects harshly on the survival of the forest system. Over a period of time the destruction of small trees will be reflected in complete elimination of plant communities.

So for an ecological balance, a proper interaction at all levels from plants and animals to insects and microbes is needed. If any part is upset, it can cause extinction of certain species and damage to the forest system. For instance, deer can eliminate the flowers which are vital for the existence of bees and butterfly population leading to the dwindling of their numbers.

Though environmentalists are against hunting because they think killing animals for sport is barbaric, hunting plays an important role in wildlife and forest protection. When a controlled and regulated hunting is allowed, the environment can be conserved and the resources replenished well. When you hunt according to the regulations, harvesting animals to maintain their numbers is brought about easily. There are several new and advanced equipment like rangefinders – read reviews here – which make the hunting more pleasurable and less destructive.

Hunting for sport keeps the animal population in check, when done in a controlled manner. When hunters abide the rules they can contribute more towards maintaining the ecological balance and also learn to use the hunting tools wisely.

Bringing Out The Beauty And Elegance Of Lace

Bringing Out The Beauty And Elegance Of LaceBeauty can be brought out in different forms. Everyone loves beautiful things as they bring liveliness and vibrancy to our lives. Weddings are in my opinion one of the most beautiful and emotion filled occasions on this universe. Why I’m suddenly all nostalgic is because I attended the wedding of my best friend recently. The entire wedding was arranged so appealingly that I couldn’t find fault with a single thing. I liked the bride’s dress the most. Lace certainly adds a classic and rich touch to a wedding dress.

When I commented on this to my friend, she said that she’d done the lace work on her dress all by herself with her new serger. I was stunned. The dress looked like an exclusive designer piece, such was its magnificence.

Royal Lace look

Lace gives a romantic touch to all categories of garments, but mostly to the wedding gowns, blouses and lingerie. Not only is it a sought after fabric for dresses, it also makes a popular interior decoration material. You can use it for hand towels, bed linens and table cloths. A luxurious and opulent look is attained, when you add lace to the decoration. It enhances the detail and texture perfectly.

Sewing lace

Sewing lace is not like the ordinary sewing method, as you need to employ special techniques. The techniques used have evolved over the centuries and adapted to the sewing machine format. All you need is learning the right technique, and having the right sewing machine. Click here for decent sewing machines reviews.

Lace sewing methods

To sew in lace, you need sharp and fine hand needles or machine needles, matching thread and if you have it, spray starch.

Cut the needed length of lace for the material you want to add the lace to. The ends of lace should be smooth and the flat lace trim has a scalloped edge on one side and a straight edge on the other. The seam allowance of the edge should be trimmed to ¼ inch and rolled to form a narrow hem. Whip stitch can be used to secure the lace, when sewing with hand and a zigzag stitch, if you use a sewing machine. The zigzag should give overcast to the raw edge and also attach the lace at the same time.

If you need to attach more lace, lay multiple strips in layers and attach the edges with the whip stitch or zig zag stitch. The edges of the lace rows should not overlap, while you stitch them together.

For a gathered type of lace trim, you need to take thrice the amount of required length of the lace. Basting stitches should be used in both hand and sewing methods for gathering the lace and the attachment however has to be done as described earlier for flat lace attachment.

For wide trims, you need to merge the ends by using applique over a motif. Overlap lace ends and trim the edges of the motif using whip stitch, if you use hand needle or zigzag stitch, a narrow one, if you use a sewing machine.

The Best Sounds for Getting Work Done

The Best Sounds for Getting Work DoneWith the right musical sound you can relax your mind, sharpen your focus and get rid of distractions so you can work on those things, which are important in your life. I’ve come up with some best soundtracks for your workspace that’ll keep your mind on the work and let you finish them effectively.

Productivity and music

While some are skeptical about music spurring you on to work, there are others who say listening to great works like Mozart’s will turn you into a genius. In fact there is a research coined as Mozart effect which points out that by listening to a particular type of music and in this instance, Amadeus Wolfgang’s classics, helps you to

  • Boost the reasoning capacity
  • Ability to think in the long term
  • Arrive at abstract answers to the logical problems

Though this cannot be completely proved I’d suggest that music in general produces at least some effectiveness in your work capacity. The University of Illinois has also corroborated on this theory saying that basic computing tasks were more productive and efficient, when hearing music. But everything in the end depends on how quiet or noisy your work atmosphere is. I turn to music, when I’m on my workout sessions with power racks. Visit Garage Gym Pro for more information regarding power racks.

Classical selection

Classics have a quality of timelessness which gives them a special attractiveness. Baroque classical has found to produce great mind boosting effects. For instance, Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto #3 and ‘Four Seasons’ of Vivaldi are quite effective. Better mood and enhanced productivity was found with this type of music.

You can try out other classics provided they are paced at the rate of 60 beats a minute, which is the rate at which the brain gets its most effective revs. When such a beat was played out to students in a reading class, a breezy and bright mind frame and better creativity was found. You can find some of the best classics online in sites like Wikipedia and Musopen.

Pop music

Well, so you are not a classical music fan, there is always something else that can bring the same effect. Pop tunes played in string quartet or in chamber music style also gives the same effect as the Quartet will dull off the sharp edges of the pop music and mutes the distracting lyrics.

Electronic or ambient music

Ambient music is basically a soft type that activates the brain at a subconscious level giving a neat replacement of pop music’s usual sharp and loud components. Some examples are chillout, downtempo, ambient house and also Intelligent Dance Music (IDM). I use electronic music for my training sessions – with power rack and hitting the punching bag, with sturdy boxing gloves, click to read more. The music was created to give a relaxing atmosphere for partiers and at the same time give them sufficient motivation and stimulation. Eno’s Music for Airports is good for serious studying and tasks which need deep concentration. Pandora, glitch or Ovals playlist are some sites that help you out here.

Other routes include colored noise that mutes out the noisy atmosphere of your workplace. The sound masking effect covers the distracting sounds with the soothing and less intrusive music. Rainy Café and Coffeetivity are good sites and Chatterblocker are good examples.

Benefits of Music While Working Out

Benefits of Music While Working OutIf you’ve ever been in a menial job, like packing boxes full of best athletic gloves for Cross Fitters in a warehouse or something else that’s just as monotonous, then you probably already know how much music can help in getting through the day. In an environment where the task you perform is the exact same 10 second series of actions for hours and hours, that little bit of variety can liven things up significantly. It’s just the same when working out, too. Exercise, even heavy exercise, can be made more tolerable and maybe even fun by introducing good music to the mix. It’s important to play something you like, mind.

To some, music is just a collection of instruments playing in conjunction, maybe with some singing over the instrumental part. That’s not exactly a bad definition of music, either. But music is a lot more complicated than it may seem, even to avid listeners and collectors. There are melodies, tones, sharps and flats, meters and more to consider when writing songs. And that’s before you get to the words or any other messages you want to try and work into the music.

This is one major reason so many songs seem to sound so good when you’re working out. Music and the underlying rhythms in music can make almost any task more enjoyable. You could read information to this effect all over the Internet, but the best way to test the validity of these statements is to try them out for yourself. The next time you’re lifting weights or getting in a Crossfit workout, make sure you’ve got some music playing. I know this last bit because I attend Crossfit myself, click here for more info about Crossfit gear I use for maximum output.

Especially in jobs which seem to have no set rhythm or patterns, the rhythm and beat found in music can literally help a person to establish a rhythm in their work. This doesn’t seem to work for everyone who turns on a radio or happens to hear a song playing, but you’ve probably seen it at work and outside of work, for that matter – I know I have. People will hear a song and their bodies will start to wiggle, their feet will tap, something like that. Those are idle ways that music manifests in a person, but while you’re laboring, you can count on music to help you make order when there is none.

These bits and pieces of what makes music have been known to effect listeners. Consider the speed of a piece – slow-moving songs might bring to mind an ambling bear, while more frenetic music evokes imagery like the frantic ride to the nearest doctor when a pregnant woman goes into labor. The same sort of principle at work here is at work when you are at work, listening to a favorite song that puts you in a good mood and increases your productivity. It seems kind of silly to not play music at work when you think of it like this, but there are still many businesses which disallow the practice.

Gladiator Soundtrack Review

Gladiator Soundtrack ReviewMovies on sports have a special appeal about them and mostly succeed at the box office. Gladiator released in 1992 is one such sports drama film that was talked about more for its stark boxing scenes. Starring Cuba Gooding, Jr., James Marshall, Robert Loggia and Brian Dennehy the film is about two teenagers who are forced into the world of underground boxing.

Trapped into playing the illegal game by their personal circumstances, the boys get pulled into the underworld politics and get exploited by their promoter. How the protagonist Tommy Riley (James Marshall) gets out of the underworld hell is told in an interesting and thrilling manner by Rowdy Herrington.

The boxing scenes in the movie still remain the most stunning and scorching aspect as well as one of the saving graces of the movie. The energy of the boxing ring and the smart moves interspersed liberally with blood curdling violence make the movie a memorable experience for those who like violence and gore. For boxing fans, this is surely a movie to watch. There is a trending boxing alternative – Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, you could look here to see popular bjj kimono and read review on combative sport fighting gear.

Though the film had quite a good run in the home video circuit, it was not much of a success on the big screen. The film on home video had original score by Brad Fiedel. But the Intrada 2013 version has a note that says the score is not by Brad Fiedel. Jerry Goldsmith was the original composer to have scored the sound track for the film. The bright, rocking and drum beat focused music of Jerry Goldsmith did not blend well with the tone of the film, which is more gritty and down to earth. This striking disparity clearly showed that Goldsmith’s score was not the right fit for the story line and ended in Goldsmith exiting and Brad Fiedel scoring music for the film.

The music alone does have its own high points. The theme used for the boxing scenes is quite brave and cheerful, a bit like Hoosiers, but it lacks the long lasting feel. Further the outdated sound mixing does not do much to the music. But this should be discounted as the movie was released during the early 1990s, when you did not have as much sound technology as you do today.

The best score I’d bank on is in the final scenes which spread about two cues. At this point the opening score should be mentioned. The score is on the funkier side and sounds a bit out of place for the main theme of the story. The most appealing score I like best in the movie is the saxophone blending with keyboard music that comes as a backdrop for the romantic scenes. Though the drum bests have a strong overtone drowning out the melody, which is natural since it is Goldsmith making the score. Though for Goldsmith fans the score is a treat in spite of being used in a discordant setup, others would find it certainly hard to take. A bit down on the scale as far as background score is concerned.

Planet of the Apes Soundtrack Review

Planet of the Apes Soundtrack ReviewThe recent release of Dawn of the Planet of Apes had me hankering for the original and first film of the movie series, The Planet of the Apes. Released in 1968, the film remains my hot favorite in the series. Released at a time when science fiction films were a rarity it had a big opening. Franklin J. Schaffner had done an excellent work on the film making it a huge box office hit and one of biggest grossers of the decade.

The film is about an astronaut whose space ship crashes on a strange planet well into the future. The planet is inhabited by apes that have the speech and intelligence that humans possess. While the apes dominate the planet, humans are reduced to mute and supplicant creatures harassed by the apes.

A great movie on apocalyptic earth, the way the characters are played out in the movie make it a must watch film. The techniques the apes use to inhabit the planet and make it more livable are some of the strong points in the film. The apes use sophisticated technologies to grow plants in post-apocalyptic earth, click to discover more about plants growing and learn more about these technologies.

Besides the amazing screenplay by Michael Wilson and Rod Serling, what I love about the film is its incredible sound track. Since it is an old movie, there are minimum two extant soundtrack records in CD. One is Project 3 release and the other is Intrada that has one additional track, ‘The hunt’.

The Project 3 version does not have proper recording and this can be seen more in the first track or the Main Title track. When the Intrada version was released later, the tapes had been worn out so much that the piano notes sound quite weak.  Both versions are short with the earlier on clocking 25:45 and the Intrada a bit longer at 31:06, mostly because of the added track.

Even if the pure form of the original sound track cannot be replicated as such, the music still scores highly. With a story that has taken the movie world by storm, the music keeps up the tempo quite robustly. The Avant-garde musical score is a big surprise for a movie made in the 1960s. Likened to the unconventional music compositions of Edgar Varese, the film has one of the best music score to be ever written for a blockbuster Hollywood movie.

Jerry Goldsmith the composer for the movie has used an unconventional orchestral blend that has bass slide whistle, tuned mixing bowls and cuika getting together to make some simply outstanding music. The cuika, which is a Brazilian instrument, sounds just like what an enthusiastic ape would.

Other innovative sounds that appeal to music fans include the way the horns were played with the mouthpieces placed backwards and blown into. The post processing recording done in an electronic method produces some really frightful and spooky music. All in all the entire sound track is tailor made for the story giving the movie extra boost. The rare and one of a kind soundtrack album is special as it can make a mark standing on its own. Even if you haven’t seen the movie, the track still keeps you spellbound.

Total Recall Soundtrack & Movie Overview

Total Recall Soundtrack OverviewArnold Schwarzenegger may be well known for the time he spent as Governor of California, but many young people today don’t realize he was also one of the biggest action movie stars of the 80s and 90s. He played many iconic roles, in many famous movies, like the Terminator series, Last Action Hero, True Lies and one of my favorites, Total Recall. That last one is a science fiction gem as far as I’m concerned, but the movie did get mixed reviews back when it came out.

Total Recall also had a great soundtrack, which is generally a rarity for action movies, both back then and even today. Jerry Goldsmith, the man behind the music, is a kind of legend in the soundtrack industry, having worked at making scores for several films for nearly 40 years of his life. That’s a long time to be doing any particular thing, but the fact that he spent so much time making movie music is an indicator that you, the viewer (or listener, more accurately) can expect a great soundtrack if you see his name.

Goldsmith’s talent is apparent, and the Total Recall soundtrack itself was right around 40 minutes in the original release of the movie. A deluxe edition of the soundtrack, released in 2000, nearly doubled the length of the soundtrack to a total of 74 minutes by adding cues cut out from the original soundtrack, which was shortened to weave seamlessly into the feature length film.

These days, electronica in music is amazingly common, but back around 1990, it was a big deal that Goldsmith was able to bring together live, orchestral sounds and mingle them with electronic elements to create music that was powerful and memorable, unique and interesting. This is apparent even from the beginning of the movie, where the opening track hits viewers with varied metal percussion that brings to mind the score from Anvil of Crom. This tune, incidentally, was a song from another popular Schwarzenegger movie, Conan.

Anyone who keeps up with Goldsmith knows that he’s done orchestral work for many other movies, like Gremlins 2. Fortunately, the super-cute piece he usually includes in his scores isn’t really present in Total Recall. The soundtrack is fast and furious at times, though it does die down to barely audible and suspenseful at other times. Also unlike some of Goldsmith’s other work, Total Recall’s soundtrack is dominated by the live instrumental work, while the electronic keyboards and other elements play a strictly supportive role, never stealing the show.

Total Recall is a movie about false memories being implanted in a person’s mind, which then make that person believe he’s done things he hasn’t. That kind of implant technology would require an enormous data space, but thanks to advanced data centers, which are always improving, there is a very real possibility that what was once a fictional concept in a movie from the 90s could become a very real occurrence.

I think it’s an interesting point to mention. Just imagine how much easier it would be to learn something, how much more quickly one could complete years of education if the information was just fed into their brain like in the movie. It’s fascinating.