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    I sometimes feel chills when listening to music It depends on the music... some songs give me very often a chill, often at the same moment, but of course not all. I need to feel a certain atmosphere in the music... I rate music often on that atmosphere. It is difficult to describe in words.

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    felt chills 7 times when listening to this song moment ago. almost got about 7, like i felt them coming, but they didnt come anyways

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    Hmm. Music can sometime induce a spikey feeling on my back. I'm not sure whether that's the same chills that people here are discussing though.

    One thing I've noticed is though. I'm more often likely to get these experiences when I'm wearing headphones with the music rather loud. Does volume affect the chills for you guys?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kai View Post
    Hmm. Music can sometime induce a spikey feeling on my back. I'm not sure whether that's the same chills that people here are discussing though.

    One thing I've noticed is though. I'm more often likely to get these experiences when I'm wearing headphones with the music rather loud. Does volume affect the chills for you guys?
    i think level of attention does. with headphones, your attention is right there.
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    I most definitely do. I could list of a good chunk of songs that have inspired said reaction at one point or another, but I'll refrain. I'm more affected by Indie music than anything else. It grabs hold of something in me that nothing else ever gets near, but one can sound crazy when they talk about 'vibing off the music, maaan' .
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    Found another article related to experiencing chills while listening to music:

    http://www.latimes.com/health/booste...,5591381.story
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    Quote Originally Posted by CuriousFeeling View Post
    Found another article related to experiencing chills while listening to music:

    http://www.latimes.com/health/booste...,5591381.story
    I think I've said this! It's like taking a hit!

    Not that I know about the latter personally...I've read about the anticipatory reaction that many drug addicts have when they are in drug-seeking mode. The excitement of 'chasing a rock', getting it, finding a place to smoke it...

    ...music seems to be a much better choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CuriousFeeling View Post
    Found another article related to experiencing chills while listening to music:

    http://www.latimes.com/health/booste...,5591381.story
    Very interesting! Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post
    I cry more about beauty or some sort of powerful expression in the arts than I do when I'm actually sad.
    Same for me, but generally just for music. Visual arts can be moving, but not the same way or to the same extent. I wonder if it has anything to do with learning style - auditory vs. visual or kinesthetic. I usually have to be devoting my complete attention to a piece for real chills, but sometimes something can take me off guard when I'm just listening with half an ear, or hearing it in passing. There are some pieces I prefer to listen to alone.

    The piece linked below has followed me around a bit. It was playing on my car radio when I crossed into the state I moved into several years ago, and felt almost like a personal welcome.

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    I almost always get chills when I hear singing in public or any public music. I think this might go back to the attention thing if you go to a concert or musical or whatever that is the only thing you are paying attention to. Also sometimes I get a feeling like my skin is tightening all over but that is usually when I hear something I don't like. Also extreme pitches are more likely to cause chills.

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