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Masaki Batoh: Brain Pulse Music
Start Date: 4/26/2013Start Time: 7:45 PM
End Date: 4/26/2013End Time: 8:30 PM
Event Description:
Masaki Batoh is the frontman of the prestigious Tokyo experimental band GHOST, and an acupuncturist by trade. BRAIN PULSE MUSIC is experimental bioelectric procedures that uses electronic and musical processes developed by Batoh to reconcile the spirit and the body. The project is the result of years of research into the bioelectric functions of the human brain combined with the traumatic aftermath of Japan’s Great East Earthquake. Human beings lie but their brain waves never lie. - Masaki Batoh, 2012 BRAIN PULSE MUSIC is the result of years of research into the bioelectric functions of the human brain combined with the traumatic aftermath of Japan’s Great East Earthquake. When Batoh initially conceived the idea for this project, it was purely out of interest to realize music from extracted brain waves. There have been perform- ers in the past who have made similar claims, but they have utilized electric current, static electricity and blood flow volume in the brain. BRAIN PULSE MUSIC is contrived from brain waves, in the purest sense of the word. Notes included in the album package further explain the science behind Batoh’s methods. Batoh’s intention was to create a machine, similar in function to an effects pedal, which would interface with the brain waves in a therapeutic way allowing the user to make adjustments to normalize brain wave levels. This could prove to be an effective means of treating depression and anxiety disorder but could also help everyone else get their righteous heads together as well.
Location Information:
Main Campus - ATLAS Center  (View Map)
1125 18TH STREET
Boulder, CO
Room: Black Box Theatre
Contact Information:
Name: Hayley Dixon
Phone: 970-309-0917
Email: Hayley.dixon@colorado.edu
Batoh with his Brain Pulse Machine
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  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Ticket information:
    Free for all University of Colorado Boulder students, faculty and staff. Please bring your University iidentification card.

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