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December 13, 2022 8 min

What if we could better monitor our emotional intake by better analyzing what "sad music" really sounds like to an individual? What if music could help save us from depression? 

This episode was a re-boot from an article with the same name that I wrote back in 2021.

Thanks to Artlist’s library of killer musicians for Beach Day by Max Hixon (my summertime example) and Catnip Addict by Bunker Buster (my lowkey summertime example). I also snuck my own tracks in there. Anthem as my happy music example and Heartbreak as my devastatingly depressing example. Oh and those chords progressing from sad to happy, that was me too.

For those interested in sonic strategy and sound design, I would love to chat with you further. Send me a message at Dreamr Productions or you can come find me on Linkedin, Twitter, and Facebook.

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This episode was produced by Dreamr Productions and hosted, written, and edited by me, Jeanna Isham.

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