What is the difference between music and noise?

October 17, 2008 2:20pm CST
When do you call it music and when do you call it noise? What is the difference between them? When does music becomes a noise? Will you accept that music is a modified part of noise?
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@emarie (5451)
• United States
18 Oct 08
the difference between music and noise...is taste. someone can take noise and turn it into music but it may still sound like noise to someone else. when we were younger and played some of our songs our parents called it noise because their 'tastes' were different. so i think thats pretty much what its down to. i would give anything a change and if you took actual city noise and gave it a rhythm, i don't mind listening to it.
• India
18 Oct 08
Yeah i totally agree with you. It boute be noise for someone and music for others.
• Malaysia
18 Oct 08
hi tousif noice for my ears could be music to your ears ... for me - even the drops of rain water is music - water fall is music - rive flowing is music - thunder is music - birds create music (but some are noisy too ) - sound of wave is music - Slow rock is music - Hard rock is noise - My mother when shouting is noise - My mother when singing is music this list is longer ... so ... conclusion - It is individual ... whichever makes you happy is Music and whciheve makes you restless and unhappy is noise
@Sandcube (65)
• Lithuania
17 Oct 08
One's angel is another's angel. So this could be said to this topic as well. Noise could be music to one, and music could be noise to someone else. Actually I couldn't take any sort of music till I got 10. It was all noise to me. :)