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“High organicness means more acoustic instrumentation and more human tempo fluctuations (think sumptuous, fluttery harp music), and low organicness means more electric and more click-tracky (think relentlessly pounding techno).”. Is music getting louder or quieter?. Music IS getting louder: it’s one of those things a lot of people think, even if they don’t know the scientific proof. But is there scientific proof? In a word: yes. “The loudness of the hotttest 5,000 songs each year increased very slowly from the ’50s through the ’80s, and then more rapidly and steadily, all the way to the present day,” explains The Echo Nest.

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Fashion museums and costume institutes offer close-up looks at contemporary designers and cutting-edge trends, as well as classic styles and fashion history. These collections of clothing, accessories and textiles can be found not only in style capitals such as New York, Los Angeles and Paris, but also in unexpected places such as Indianapolis and Antwerp, Belgium. Here’s a rundown on the latest collections. The Museum at FIT hosts special exhibits as well as a rotating themed show selected from its permanent collection of 50,000 objects dating back to the 1700s. Through May 10, the museum’s first-floor Fashion and Textile History Gallery hosts “His and Hers,” a look at 100 items exploring the relationship between gender and fashion. The exhibit ranges from side-by-side displays of men’s and women’s outfits from the 1700s and 1800s — including 19th-century wedding attire — to business suits from the 1980s. The women’s power suit on display from that era, by Yves Saint Laurent, has the requisite blouse with pussycat bow, matching skirt and blazer. Other highlights include a Don Johnson outfit from the “Miami Vice” era, a 1945 zoot suit and an Elsa Schiaparelli 1930s women’s suit with padded shoulders.