Ringtone with character

Music mobile phones ... Meeting with the sounds of different pitch, volume and frequency of waiting for us at any time, sometimes in the most unlikely place: the subway, theaters, hospitals ... What do these melodies of our friends, traveling companions and ourselves? Is there a pattern in the kind of tone we choose? This question is answered by our experts.

Ringtone with character

"Select a ringtone for the call, of course, one way to express themselves," - says Gleb therapist Lozinski. "With this music we are showing their preferences and properties of our nature, - adds the psychologist Natalya Izbutski. - Often the melody - a projection of our unconscious desires and unfulfilled needs. For example, if a shy person chooses as a ringtone "Murka", it can, on the one hand, to talk about his repressed aggression, and on the other - to show the hidden daring or adventurous. " Classic may point to a tendency to conservatism, and the desire to belong to the circle of educated people. Vital, active people change their hot hits such as gloves, it allows them to feel in the role of master of the situation. Traditionalists and fans of certain brands leave standard branded tunes. So do those who use the phone for any other purpose. By the way, company melodies less irritating to us: they are familiar and do not cause unexpected distractions associations. But why do we so often put out another's phone sounds? "Any call in a sense, to violate our personal boundaries, - says Natalya Izbutski. - It was like an order: 'Get! Take a break from what you are now engaged. " Therefore, a feeling of protest arises spontaneously. " "Many of us have a large circle of friends, and often we just do not have the emotional strength and curiosity towards other people", - adds Gleb Lozinski. Protecting yourself and others, you should choose a neutral tone and softly, advise our experts. A musicologists - yet classic *. Even mechanically distorted sound chords Mozart or Chopin bear with a harmonious world sounds collected in a physiologically comfortable pace.

* D. Kirnarskaya "Musical ability." Talents - XXI Century 2004.