- bristol ozturgut
- New York, NY
- United States
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Is there a parallel in the human reaction to color as there is in the reaction to their corresponding acoustic frequencies?
This summer I stumbled over the realization that the equal-tempered acoustic scale fits very neatly into the visual spectrum of light. ... Too neatly. I mean that, when converted from Hz into wavelength, acoustic tones have one corresponding color: (rougly) F2 - violet; E2 - edging on dark blue; D2 - baby blue; C2- Kelly-ish green; B1 - light yellow; A - orange; G - red).
Now I'm beginning to consider that perhaps the two - light and sound - may have other parallels. Based on what you know about how color affects human behavior, is there any evidence to suggest that the same affect happens with that color's corresponding acoustic note? (and vice versa)
EXAMPLE: If we now that the color red is known to make consumers hungry, does a G have a similar effect on people?
Please expand this topic.