Music vs. civil Engineering

Music vs. civil Engineering

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Harmony forms the foundation above which music melodies are generated and offers systems that support the music tune and places it together to form a music sound. Like in engineering, music sounds are regarded to have the vertical and horizontal components. The horizontal components proceed in times of rhythm, or melodies. In engineering, any vibration produced by a structure occurs the same way as the harmony of a music sound does. On the other hand, the vertical components comprises of the sum total of what happens at a given moment. In civil engineering, experts making structures are much cautious of structures they use because they can sound against each other causing a severe damage. In music, such sounds are desired because they produce the tones needed by musicians to make up a melody. People who love sounds always understand the need for combining music with engineering because the two form the basis for a rhythmic musical sounds. A rhythmic sound of music depends on its velocity and harmony produced by accompanying instruments.

Velocity is a very common word used in all engineering subjects. In civil engineering, structure velocity plays a significant role because it determines the speed at which certain materials move and assist in determining distance and time covered. In music, velocity of a sound plays a vital role in determining the rhythm of a music. A music engineer must understand the velocity required to perform a certain song in order to match the beats of music instruments. Pianists and guitarists set their instruments at a certain velocity according to type of song. The term velocity in engineering and in music have similar meaning, but with different applications. The volume used by music experts to set the tone and melody of music compares to the speed set by engineers to test the strength of certain materials.

Another important aspect of music relationship with civil engineering is rhythm. Various bodies move at specific rhythms that constitute a motion. Music experts and engineers share some common knowledge in terms of rhythm. Vibrating bodies in engineering move at a given rhythm and produce certain disturbances depending on the force impacted on them. Similarly, music sounds are produced because of the amplitude of some sound producing substances. The amount of displacement given to a substance determines the tone of voice, hence, volume. In the same way engineers practice how to fix certain structures to fit the desired functions, musicians also practice rhythm lessons that dictate how certain instruments should be played. Understanding the above features allow a music expert produce the best rhythms using the correct music beats.

For music to produce a desired rhythm and harmony, melody should be effectively set according to the desired beats. Melody in music determines the ability of the listener to enjoy the beats and rhythm of the song. In engineering, vibrating bodies produce melodies depending on the type of materials and rigidity. In the same way, music instruments produce melodies when acted upon by the person playing them. Different instruments have various melodies depending on the key pressed and the amount of force used. A music engineer should have extensive experience in audio production in order to ensure the music melody and harmonies correspond to the velocity and rhythm of the song. The relationship between music and engineering is present in various elements of music that people engage in.