A new study has found that the sound of a vocal instrument can help listeners relax.
As you can see in the video below, researchers played the voice of the famous pianist and conductor Robert Johnson from the movie “The Sound of Music” and found that when a vocalist is playing the same note, they’re less likely to have an involuntary muscle contraction or involuntary muscle relax.
The researchers found that singing the same notes at the same time with different voice timbres resulted in a similar effect.
The study was conducted in collaboration with the Royal Veterinary College in the UK, and it’s the first study to show that vocalising with different timbre is associated with relaxation and a decrease in muscle tension.
This is the first time the vocal instrument has been studied to determine its effect on relaxation, the researchers wrote in the study.
The study is important because the study suggests that vocalists should be aware of the effects of the music they are playing, and that they can adjust their timbrels and timbre to ensure that they aren’t triggering any involuntary muscle contractions, the authors wrote.
While the results don’t prove that singing with different pitch timbrets is associated, it is one of the first studies to find that vocalisations can improve mental health.
This study was published in the journal PLoS One, and you can find more information about the study here .