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“We found evidence of a progressive homogenization of the musical discourse,” Serra told Reuters. “In particular, we obtained numerical indicators that the diversity of transitions between note combinations – roughly speaking chords plus melodies – has consistently diminished in the last 50 years.” - Joan Serra at the Spanish National Research Council
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All Modern Pop Music Sounds The Same
http://www.buzzfeed.com/keithh3/all-modern-pop-...In summary, the journal Scientific Reports that pop music is too loud and all sounds the same.