Music is Like Food

Mixing Desk

Music is like food. A badly mixed track won’t connect with the consumer 

Music like food stirs emotions. A good music track requires professional mixing to give space to each of the instruments in order to let it shine and have the greatest emotional connection.

As with Music, flavor work requires a well researched and refined product so that consumers delight in it. As such we look at the taste impact in the front, mid, and rear of mouth. For tastes are like a melody in an orchestra. Make the woodwinds a little softer and you can hear the strings more clearly. Food research often results in correcting one or two of the particular flavor notes in order that the correct emotions result.

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Author: Nathaniel Davis

Training the next generation of professionals for the flavor & fragrance industry. I work in Grasse the world capital of perfumes. The author of multiple modules for the Université Côte d’Azur Masters in Fragrance Flavour course. A sensory marketing psychologist in the area where the technical language of fragrance and flavor chemistry is separated by a chasm from that of the marketer and consumer.