TreceVeinte, a modern lifestyle journal has published an article on how music affects us while shopping. One of the journal's sections even has advice on how to build playlists for different moments of the day, including shopping.
It's known that sound is an important factor in setting the atmosphere where customers will enjoy our products. Usually the biggest problem is noise, busy restaurants become noisy places and the experience might be hindered. I've had good meals become modest meals because of either extremely noisy ambiances or, yes, bad music.
If you're spending a significant amount of your paycheck at arguably the best restaurant in town, you don't want your ears booming with the electronic pulses of the latest pop band (let alone their hollering).
So the question is, what music do we eat by?
Laurent Gras had his own music made...