#2457: Popamine

Pop music seems to have some kind of addictive element. This is important to its users as well as to its suppliers.

A similar addiction response is shown by people who get message alerts on their mobile devices. When that buzz or ping happens, they find it difficult not to check out the latest communication immediately. I’m guessing there is a small dopamine hit associated with each one.

Today’s invention is therefore an upgrade to the marketing of popular recordings.

New pop tunes would be composed using a variety of common message alert noises, arranged rhythmically to blend in with the original score almost subliminally.

A more advanced, and interactive, form of this would be to have your mobile play your personal friend-message alert in-time and in-tone with your earworm du jour.

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