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Seems as older we are, as slower music we like.

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Mike Walshe (Satinka)

This is very true. And I find that the slower the music the more complex it is. At a younger age their is less that we know about ourselves and we often follow music trends to fit in to socially acceptable groups. Slower music isnt seen as “cool”. Regarding trance music its been shown that music at certain slower BPM ranges i.e. 110 – 125 has a more hypnotic entrancing effect that the stereotypical “138” stuff..... if you think back to the shamanic tribes their “trance” music was most likely around this slower tempo range