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I opened for The Ying Yang Twins last night in Nashville with just a couple hours notice--here's what I learned.

If you want a tl;dr, skip to the bullet points at the bottom. Kinda DJ specific, but I figure you guys might dig this as much as subs like /Beatmatch, /makinghiphop, etc.:

I had a trip coming up to visit family in Nashville and was psyched about my new DJ rig. I decided to throw the thing in the car and haul it all the way down from Chicago to show everybody--all of my family is working (or has worked) in music but I'm the only one who DJs in addition to the more standard, live concert musician stuff. This setup consists of two AT-LP1240-USB decks with control vinyl, a Pioneer DJM 900 nexus, an Ableton Push hacked to run the Trash mapping, a MacBook Pro running Traktor Scratch Pro, and a 1/8th inch in for the third channel of the mixer so I can pull stuff from my phone or other people's if necessary. I learned that last step from Q Bert, and it's ridiculously important--props there.
Week passes uneventfully, and during my afternoon run across the campus of Belmont University yesterday, it occurs to me that there is at least one sorority or fraternity out there planning to throw a party that would be a hell of a lot cooler with a DJ live mixing. After the run, I email all the officers of all of the chapters at both Vanderbilt and Belmont with an offer to DJ their party. Tonight. Three quarters of the way through the process, I get a call from Alpha Tau Omega, who had booked The Ying Yang Twins for midnight but had no opener. Just like that, I'm booked.
I physically get down to the space around 6pm, help the fraternity dudes figure out their sound system, and set up my stuff. Their sound system is a tiny mixer with a couple ins and outs for the two wireless mics in TYYT's rider, one JBL sub, three waist high JBL speakers, and two JBL monitors that have all been daisy chained together. In other words, there is no stage or house mixer out there other than mine, and the set up is error prone since one speaker going out blows the rest down the chain. The frat dudes and I talk about this and run scenarios.
I go eat dinner with the family and return to the frat house around 9:45p to run shit in case anything comes up. The fraternity dudes kinda want me to start around 11p because TYYT are supposed to set up their stuff around 10:30p prior to their midnight set. Their people plus the police are surveying the grounds since, evidently, last year when they threw this party, things went nuts. I double check the general ballpark of songs the fraternity dudes want, which consists of recent trap, assorted 90s, and some underground hip-hop spanning the two. People start showing up for the party at 10p; so, the dudes ask me to get things rolling at 10:30p. TYYT is chilling somewhere; there was no gear or soundcheck from their handlers.
By 11p, there are a lot of kids packed into this frat house. Predictably, people step on wires / accidentally unplug speakers and shit; so, I'm ducking back and forth from my decks to the trouble spots I saw earlier during my once over to fix shit and post fraternity guys there to guard the wiring as much as possible. By 11:30p, it's pretty much wall to wall; I snag a 10s clip for Instagram posterity, figuring the night is coming to a close for me soon: http://instagram.com/p/uj_CLmDAAw/
Midnight comes and goes. People are losing their shit. By this point, I've burnt through twice as much material as I threw together for that hour set that turned into two hours. Decks are basically stage props whenever I don't have to pull some physical beat matching so i can get the needles off the vinyl before than next kid bumps into the table and threatens to scratch up shit. I have mixed about half a dozen songs directly from people's phones, and I have bought, downloaded, and mixed in several other songs people requested that I actually wanted to keep; this is one of the key reasons I went the whole nine yards and got a mixer: redundancy. TYYT handlers start wandering around the stage alternatively hyping people up and trying to figure out how to route their stuff through that little mixer. Initially, the plan was to move my table to the back of the stage for a quick change over. I can tell there's no way this is going to work; so, I arbitrarily recruit four fraternity dudes to help me clear my table completely and get it off the stage.
The show is staged down in the basement; so, now I'm upstairs consolidating all the stuff that just got hustled off the stage. Turns out that TYYT cannot get that mixer to play nicely with their set up, which is basically a laptop plugged directly into one of the ins for the mixer plus those two wireless mics provided by the frat dudes. Again, the JBLs are self-powered and there's no house mixer; so, everything has now been cranked to the point that its clipping like a mofo. One of the mics fails. They ask me to come back down to figure out shit. I mess around with the mixer with TYYT and their whole entourage crammed on that frat's stage. The one way I find to pull things back together in the absence of a legit house board is to basically ride the master out of the little mixer plus the gain knob for the in of the laptop through the entire set. The wireless mic boxes sort of work most of the time, but when they cut out, the only thing you can do is screw around with the ins on that little mixer and hope it kicks everything back into line. Different songs in TYYT's set are mixed at different levels, and they all flow directly into each other. Plus, there's a radically different frequency spectrum from song to song that this little mixer was not built to handle. All the JBLs are self powered and cranked to the nines; so, it's a dance of how far beyond unity you can push things before they clip horribly since the little mixer doesn't have a decent limiter. So, now I'm on stage left, squatting under this ductwork, trying to hold together this PA "raft" for The Ying Yang Twins so they can drop their set. Kaine fist bumps me when I get the thing up and running; he is dope as fuck.
There is one low and one high knob that I can adjust for the laptop's in channel that can sort of alter the EQ of the tracks alone. There's no way for me to EQ anything else. Progressively more drunk kids keep stepping on wires; at one point, the sub fails. Thank God, there's this one woman and this one dude in TYYT's entourage with whom I can communicate about the situation such that they set the frat dudes back to task at those aforementioned fail points. TYYT or one of their handlers will come over midway through their set from time to time, asking me to fuck with the bass or to get the mic to work again after it has failed. They're killing their set, kids are eating it up left and right, but it's clearly frustrating for them to perform, too. Again, the little mixer has to be pushed way up past unity to get enough volume for the joint, and there's this painfully un-musical train wreck any time it clips since there's evidently not much of an internal limiter in play. I snag one more clip for Instagram posterity: http://instagram.com/p/ukHtnNDAI_/
Three quarters of the way through TYYT's set, D-Roc concludes that it must be my fault that the wireless mic keeps cutting out on him, and he asks me to step off the stage. I roll back up to the top of the house to continue consolidating my gear and wind up spending half an hour talking to (I think) the social chair and treasurer of the fraternity about how they could take things up a notch from an engineering perspective next time around. A lot of Greek life gets a bad rap (and rightly so), but the ATO guys are some of the most helpful, legit people I rolled with this time in town. TYYT cuts out around 1:30a while I'm loading my car. The frat dudes are thanking me profusely, offering me enough beer to drown all of Nashville, and promising to come visit me in Chicago. College girls want to get with me, but I have an early morning and a new born nephew waiting for me at my home away from home lol. The cool girl handler for the The Ying Yang Twins thanks me for helping to get their PA shit together. Everybody else from their crew has hauled out. I'm pretty sure D-Roc still thinks I'm a dick despite all the shit I just pulled for him; I'm pretty sure Kaine is simply happy to be done. Here's a run down of what I learned:
  • Practice up, present yourself professionally, and hustle. That's how you get these opportunities. The universe owes you nothing, but it will reward you from time to time when you work for it and can deliver solidly.
  • Listen to everything so you can whip together a set fast even if it's not the stuff you typically play AND can course-correct midstream to find what moves people if you want to explore those outside-the-box gigs on occasion.
  • You must (eventually) own a mixer. More to the point, you need multiple fail-safes. My set was possible because I had redundancy and flexibility so everything kept rolling along smoothly any time any single part of the rig quit working, e.g. when the four college girls start twerking against my table and knocked the needles out of their grooves, when the dude requests that shitty Taylor Swift song that I reluctantly play off his phone such that everybody goes absolutely nuts, etc.
  • You may be the most knowledgable guy in the room when it comes to PA. Have as much of your own PA gear as possible; in my case, I used all my own wiring not only between devices but also out to that little house mixer. In the future, I'll probably bring along a power amp and house mixer.
  • Help keep shit running, and even if D-Roc misunderstands, Kaine may still fist bump you, and all the kids who gave you the chance to play their kick ass party will recognize you for the boss that you are with a call back next time anyway. (Plus, they will give you lots of beer and maybe come visit you several hundred miles away lol)
  • Whatever the talent buyer requests in terms of tracks, semi-drunken college kids are dying to shake their butts to the songs that they love--the ones they sing in the shower and in the car and with their friends. Last night, those songs were Taylor Swift, Meghan Traynor, Nelly, Lil John, Cindy Lauper, etc. I was lucky to get a reaction to Jay-Z, Mos Def, and Common--let alone anybody underground despite my instructions. For a gig like this, your job is to get (and keep) the party rolling while all hell breaks loose. Check your privilege if you think you're too good for this or just turn down these sorts of gigs if you're not into it. A great strategy to keep yourself sane is to find remixes of the songs you don't particularly like. For example, I'm pretty sick and tired of "All About That Bass," but there's a dope TwinOD Jersey Club remix of the track that I actually dig. So, start with the studio version and mix in the remix you enjoy, like I mentioned in that one other post a while back about Daft Punk.
  • Stay cool. Shit happens. But that also includes dope shit like opening up for The Ying Yang Twins in a couple hours' notice.
Peace out, folks! Keep being awesome.
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[Results] MBTI Personality Type versus music taste (480 respondents)

Hello everyone, it's me, Maxim again! After a few days of analysing data, I am proud to present to you the results of the MBTI Type versus music taste survey! The aim of the survey was to examine the relationship between one's music taste on one hand, and one's self-assessed MBTI (Myers-Briggs) (aka Jungian) Personality Type on the other hand. The survey was posted on June 6th to both /SampleSize and /MBTI, however by far most (95,8%) of the respondents were from SampleSize.
After three demographic questions (gender, age and country, though only gender was looked into as I feel the other two variables don't usually make much difference), respondents were asked to submit their self-assessed MBTI Personality Type. Respondents who didn't yet know their type could use a short (>2 min. test) provided externally, however only 22% of respondents didn't already know their Type before taking the survey.
After that, there was a list of 21 music genres, each accompanied by a song which I believed was representative of the genre to some extent - and I have deliberately tried not to use cliché examples. The music genres and songs were to be rated seperately, on a scale from 1 (don't like it at all) to 5 (like it very much). After that, respondents were asked what instruments they play (if any) and whether they sing, as well as whether they write any music (and if so, if it has lyrics or not, or both) and finally, how skilled they consider themselves musically.

View the FULL, easily readable results table in Google Spreadsheet here (useful if you want to know EXACTLY what the average rating ISFPs gave to pop music was, or EXACTLY what percentage of INTJs play the sax, to give some examples). View the overview of result pie charts and bar charts here.

Here is the full list of songs + the genres they represent, as they were presented in the survey:
  1. Rachmaninoff - Piano Concerto no. 1 in F# minor (classical)
  2. Ed Sheeran - Shape of You (pop)
  3. Mint Condition - Breakin' My Heart (modern R&B)
  4. The Controllers - My Secret Fantasy (soul)
  5. Joan Baez - The Night they drove old Dixie down (a song I thought could pass as country but is apparently folk rock)
  6. Martin Garrix - Animals (EDM)
  7. Black Sabbath - War Pigs (heavy metal)
  8. Slayer - Repentless (thrash metal)
  9. Oliver Nelson septet - Stolen Moments (jazz)
  10. Kurtis Blow - The Breaks (old-school hip hop)
  11. Drake - Nonstop (modern hip hop)
  12. Kaido - Two Minutes Passed (instrumental / lo-fi hip hop)
  13. Transatlantic - Duel with the Devil (prog rock)
  14. Wilco - ELT (alternative rock)
  15. Neutral Milk Hotel - Holland, 1945 (indie rock)
  16. Fleet Foxes - Ragged Wood (indie folk)
  17. Simon & Garfunkel - The Boxer (folk rock)
  18. Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Peasantry or 'Light! Inside of Light'! (post-rock)
  19. Dead Can Dance - Yulunga (world music / dark wave)
  20. Gaussian Curve - Talk to the Church (ambient)
  21. HOME - Resonance (chillwave/synthwave/vaporwave)

Before we get on to actually discussing the results, I will address some common criticisms (mostly deserved ones) the survey has received:
  1. 'Joan Baez' cover of 'The Night they drove old Dixie down' was not a good example of country music at all.'
This is completely correct. I just heard the song in one movie I really liked (Three Billboards...) and I felt like it sounded country, and one site even labelled it as 'country folk', but as others have rightly pointed out, this song is really folk (rock) and not country. Therefore country and Joan Baez' song will not be included in most of this post, as results would be skewed. My apologies for the inaccuracy.
(If you were wondering, earlier research by 16personalities.com https://www.16personalities.com/articles/music-preferences-by-personality-type has found that SJs were the most likely to enjoy 'country-western' type music, and according to idrlabs.com https://www.idrlabs.com/articles/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/jung-types-music-infographic.png Feeler types were more likely to enjoy country music than Thinkers, a finding also supported by my survey - though we must be careful).

  • 2. 'Why is rock music so overrepresented? Why are you distinguishing between indie folk and indie rock yet treating jazz, EDM and classical music as a single genre?'
Once again this is a completely justified criticism that I don't have a rational excuse for. It's just pure bias I will admit. I just really like rock music and its various subgenres, and I found this survey an opportunity to look into this. However, I don't think that's neccesarily a bad thing. There have been surveys on music taste and MBTI before, and mine was the first to focus on rock music specifically - perhaps a subsequent survey done by somebody else could focus on jazz, another one could focus on hip hop subgenres, yet another one on could include all the metal subgenres, ...
The thing is, if I were to include subgenres of ALL of these, the questionnaire would be fair too long obviously, and nobody would be willing to rate 50 genres in a single survey. But I genuinely hope that others will make similar surveys focusing on THEIR favourite genres. Finally, some other broad genres (like blues, punk, new wave, reggae, religious/gospel) were not included in the survey, and yet nobody complained about that - perhaps it's because alternative rock and indie rock were in fact the most popular genres in the survey as we'll see in a moment. (Most of the genres I just mentioned have already been researched by 16personalities.com)

  • 3. 'Why divide into genres and representative songs at all? Why not just mention genres like other surveys do?'
Because both genres and representative songs have disadvantages and advantages.
  • The advantage of mentioning genres is that people can think of any song they like, and their answer may therefore be more representative (they namely have to judge a whole group of songs rather than a single song) - but herein also lies the disadvantage: if I say 'metal' one person might think of Metallica, while the next may think of Slayer and yet another one thinks of Tool, and these are obviously three very different bands.
  • Then, the advante of mentioning songs is that EVERY respondent hears the SAME song - responses can't be skewed by people thinking of different songs. The disadvantage is that someone who likes classical music doesn't necessarily also like Rachmaninoff, to give an example.
To get the best of both worlds, I decided to ask surveytakers to rate both the songs and the genres.

  • 4. 'MBTI is pseudoscience and no better than astrology' 'I had a different type last week, therefore MBTI = crap'
If you believe in the above statements, I invite you to read this article first.

RESULTS

Overall, 480 respondents participated (although I had already begun analysing data when there were only 466, so those last 14 people will only count for some basic statistics, sorry about that!) - thank you so much to all those who have participated! Some basic demographics:
  • Gender was pretty evenly divided: 51,9% male, 43,7% female, and a significant portion identifying as non-binary or other (23 people or about 4,4% of the total).
  • About half of respondents were aged 21 and under (I usually don't delve into age in my research, I just ask it to get an idea of my demographic)
  • Typical pattern for surveys like these: half of respondents are American, 3/4 from English-speaking countries and the rest is mainly from European countries.
  • Most (78,2%) respondents already knew their MBTI type prior to taking the survey.

TYPE REPRESENTATION

A pattern extremely similar to that of my previous MBTI survey emerged, even though the result takers were mainly from SampleSize this time and not MBTI! INTJ, INFP, INTP and INFJ (in that order) were most represented, while ST- and SF-types were the least represented, which leads me to think this is a pretty common personality pattern for online demographics - on reddit at least. ISTJ was the best (7,4%) represented S-type.
The four ESxx types (ESTJ, ESFJ, ESTP and ESFP) only had less than ten respondents representing each of them, which is why I'm not including them in this results post because it's just not representative enough. The least represented type was ESFP, with only 3 of the 480 respondents being ESFP (which is super ironic, considering some of the world's most famous pop singers like Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj are ESFPs!) - I'm so sorry to all the ESxx's out there, we still love you all very much! 💖
Sensation Types and Extraverts were vastly underrepresented (each forming about 1/5 of the surveytakers), there was a slight majority of Thinkers, and Judgers and Perceivers were about equally well represented - once again a similar pattern to my previous surveys.

OVERALL RESULTS

The following results are about the survey as a WHOLE, when looking at the general results. They are based on the average ratings (1-5) people have given to songs and genres:
  • The most popular genres overall were Alternative rock, Indie rock, Classical music, Synthwave/Chillwave/Vaporwave and Instrumental/lo-fi hip hop. The least popular genres were country (to be taken critically), thrash metal, world music and modern hip hop - although Drake's song 'Nonstop' was almost universally disliked and was disliked more than the least popular genre (country). The second least popular song was Slayer's 'Repentless', followed by Dead Can Dance's 'Yulunga' (experimental world/dark wave music).
  • A majority of survey takers were musicians (an important thing to bear in mind!): 66,52% of all respondents indicated they played at least one instrument and/or sung (singing is also counted as an instrument in the survey). Many of the respondents also played several instruments at once, with 19,10% playing at least four and 8,58% playing six or more different instruments!
  • On the contrary, only a mere 24,68% stated they wrote their own music (something which I find deeply unfortunate, as creating music doesn't seem to get encouraged enough in the music education system). People were equally likely to write music with (13,09%) or without (14,81%) lyrics.
  • The most practiced musical instruments were keyboard / piano (32,19%), singing (30,90%), acoustic guitar (21,03%), electric guitar (15,88%) and bass guitar (13,09%). 7,51% played an instrument that was mentioned less than five times - including some stuff you might have never heard of, like theremin, dulcimer, folk harp and euphonium.
Now that we have a view of our survey's sample, let's talk about the results for specific demographics. They will be mentioned in order of frequency (for example there were most INTJs of the types, so INTJs are mentioned first).

1. Men / women / non-binary:

  • One of the most apparent differences between men and women is that women (3,47 average rating) were much more likely to enjoy pop music than men (2,75). Women (3,61) were also more likely to enjoy classical music than men (3,35). Finally, women were muchmore likely to enjoy Indie folk and Fleet Foxes (3,50 and 3,46) than men were (3,01 and 3,05).
  • Men on the other hand were significantly more likely to enjoy thrash metal (2,62) and heavy metal (3,40) than women were (2,03 and 2,93 respectively). This is the single biggest gender difference in the survey! Also, men were more likely to enjoy vaporwave/synthwave (3,58) than women were (3,28)
  • Men and women did not differ in how high on average they rated the music, or in how good their self-reported musical skill was. They were also equally likely (63,45%) to play at least one instrument, but men were consistently more likely to know how to play several different instruments. Men were significantly more likely (27,73%) to write their own music than women (15,27%), although song-writing men and women were equally likely (10%) to write music WITH lyrics. Also, song-writing men were more likely than women to write purely instrumental music in addition to their lyrical music work. (18,91% vs. 7,39%) (Remember it's possible to write both music with and without lyrics).
  • Women were more likely to sing than men, though only slightly (26,89% vs. 30,67%). Gender differences are more apparent when we look at acoustic guitar (27,73% men vs. 11,76% women), electric guitar (22,27% men vs. 7,89% women), bass guitar (17,65% men vs. 5,88% women), drums (12,61% men vs. 5,04% women) and DAW (ie. a digital audio workspace such as FL Studio, Apple Logic or Ableton Live: 10,92% men vs only 2,94% women). Keep in mind that mena nd women were still equally likely to play at least one of any instruments. The only instruments significantly more likely to be played by females were clarinet (5,88% vs 1,68%) and flute (4,62% women vs. 0,84% men)
Like I mentioned before, 23 people identified as non-binary or something else other than male or female. While this is a small group, we can say the following about them:
  • In the entire survey, they were the demographic the most likely to play an instrument! 86,36% of NB-people play one, much more than men and women (63,45% and 63,55%). NB people were however less likely than men to know how to play several different instruments. NB people were more likely to enjoy jazz (3,45) and classical (3,82) than men and women (3,37 / 3,07 and 3,35 / 3,61).

2. Introverts versus Extraverts

  • First, keep in mind only about 19% of surveytakers identified as Extraverts.
  • The biggest difference between Extraverts and Introverts is old-school hip hop: Extraverts were significantly more likely (3,22) to enjoy old-school hip hop than introverts (2,85) were. Extraverts were also far more likely to appreciate Drake's Nonstop (2,44) than Introverts were (1,95). Extraverts were also more likely to enjoy soul (Extravert types: 2,96, Introvert types: 2,70) and modern R&B music (E: 2,86 - I: 2,58) and modern hip hop (E: 2,91 - I: 2,52). 16personalities.com had similar findings. IDRlabs claims Extraverts are more likely to enjoy pop and rock music, but my survey was not able to replicate this.
  • Introverts on the other hand were slightly more likely to enjoy metal music (heavy metal I: 3,22 - E: 3,15 -- thrash metal I: 2,40 - E: 2,25)
  • Ratings by extraverts were a tiny bit higher on average (E: 3,02 - I: 2,95)
  • Extraverts and Introverts were roughly equally likely to play at least one instrument (E: 68,82% - I: 65,85%), but Extraverts were far more likely to indicate they sing (38,71%) than Introverts were (29,27%). Other than that, the only instrument were there was a noticeable difference was bass guitar, which Introverts (14,63%) are more likely to play than Extraverts (7,53%) - perhaps since it is easier for bassists to stay outside the spotlight in a band, even though their contribution is super necessary and underrated.

3. Sensors vs. iNtuitives

  • First, keep in mind Sensation types made up only 20% of the total survey sample.
  • Contrary to what one might expect, when it comes music taste, differences between Sensors and iNtuitives were not very pronounced, not at least when compared to the differences between men and women, or Thinking and Feeling types for example.
  • Still, it appears iNtuitives are more likely to enjoy old-school hip hop (Intuitives: 2,96 - Sensors: 2,76) and modern hip hop (N: 2,64 - S: 2,45) than Sensors, but NOT lo-fi / instrumental hip hop, which is in fact favoured more by Sensors, on average (N: 3,30 - S: 3,44). Intuitives were also more likely to enjoy various rock genres, as well as world music (N: 2,65 - S: 2,43) and ambient (N: 3,00 - S: 2,83). Heavy metal (and Black Sabbath) were about equally appreciated by N and S-types, but thrash metal was in fact more appreciated by Sensors! (S: 2,48 - N: 2,34)
  • The biggest difference between Sensors and iNuitives is that iNtuitives (71,63%) were far more likely to play at least one instrument than Sensors (49,49%). Consequently, all instruments were more likely to be played by iNtuitives, with the exception of bass guitar which has slightly more Sensors (S: 19,19%, N: 15,98%). This is once again very bizarre when you know that many world-famous pop musicians are S-types, most notably ISFPs (Prince, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, ...) and ESFPs (Justin Bieber, Tyler, the Creator, Beyonce, ...).

4. Thinkers vs. Feelers

  • The differences between Thinking types and Feeling types for music genre were far greater than the differences between Sensors and iNtuitives
  • Feeling types were significantly more likely to enjoy pop music than Thinker types were (Feelers: 3,29 - Thinkers: 2,88)
  • Feeling types were also more likely to enjoy modern R&B (F: 2,81 - T: 2,49), soul (F: 2,82 - T: 2,69), old-school hip hop (F: 3,01 - T:2,84) and modern hip hop (F: 2,76 - T: 2,47) - a pattern similar to the distinction between Introverts and Extraverts (see above). Feelers also gave slightly higher ratings (+0,30 point difference) to indie rock, indie folk and folk rock, but not to alternative rock which was a tie.
  • Feelers were somewhat (73,04%) more likely to play an instrument than Thinkers were (60,08%). However, Thinkers were in fact more likely (25,19%) to write their own music than Feelers (20,10%) were!
  • Feelers rated their own musical skills higher (2,44) than Thinkers did (2,26).
  • Feelers were more likely to indicate they sing (36,27%) than Thinkers were (27,13%).
  • Other minor differences: ukulele (5,43% Thinkers vs. 11,27% Feelers), DAW (T: 9,30% - 5,39%), Drums (T: 11,24% - F: 7,35%) and Clarinet (F: 7,35% - T: 2,33%)

5. Judgers vs. Perceivers

  • Differences in genre and song appreciation were insignificant, with the difference rarely exceeding 0,20 points.
  • Judgers and Perceivers were also equally likely to play an instrument, and they were equally likely to know how to play several different ones. There was also little difference as to what instruments were played.
  • The only possible difference between Judgers and Perceivers, is that Judgers rate their own musical abilities lower (2,27) than Perceivers do (2,40).

Now that we have discussed some of the broader demographics: let's discuss each type separately (not including ESxx-types which only participated in the survey less than 10 times, which I don't consider significant enough to include). We will start at the most frequent type (INTJ; 82 respondents) and end at the least frequent type with over 10 respondents (ENFJ; 12 respondents).

INTJs:

82 respondents
  • INTJs were among the biggest fans of progressive rock (3,48) being tied with INTP (3,47) and ENTP (3,50) - I see what you're doing there, Ne!
  • they were second (third if you count ISFP) most likely to enjoy metal of all types, this applied to both subgenres and artists.
  • INTJs (along with ISFPs) were the second most likely (3,61) to enjoy classical music (the first is INFJ at 3,69)
  • INTJs were the fourth most likely to like post-rock of all the types
  • they were the least likely type (2,49) to enjoy soul music proving that INTJs in fact do not have souls
  • they were among the most likely to dislike modern hip hop and Drake's 'Nonstop', but also second least likely to enjoy old-school hip hop and pop music - other types with a similar preference pattern are ISTJ and ISFP.
  • The popularity of metal and of post-rock among INTJs is to me unsurprising, when one is aware of what Nietzsche (the famous INTJ philosopher)'s idea of Aesthetics was: "To Nietzsche, art can only be enjoyed through the certainty that arises when one enjoys something without reference to the intellect." and "Nietzsche incites us to “enjoy as complete human beings”" sound relevant to the metal aesthetic (see https://www.idrlabs.com/articles/2014/03/nietzsches-aesthetics-of-night/)
  • Overall, INTJs, ENTPs, ISFPs, ISTJs and INTPs had relatively similar music tastes!
  • With 60% of INTJs in the survey playing at least one instrument, INTJs were the fourth least likely to play one. Along with INFJs, they were the type most likely to play the sax!

INFPs:

74 respondents
  • were the second most likely type to enjoy alternative rock (the first is ENTP) and were the biggest fans of indie rock, indie folk, ambient and post-rock of all types! (I have always felt indie folk to be the musical embodiment of INFP, tbh. Only ISFJs gave indie folk and indie rock slightly higher ratings, but take that with a grain of salt as there were only 13 ISFJs in the sample.)
  • were about as likely to play an instrument as other N-types
  • were the type most likely to play the clarinet and second most likely to play the violin (first is INFJ)!

INTPs:

71 respondents
  • were the second most likely type to enjoy jazz (the first is ENTJ).
  • were particularly fond of post-rock (along with ENTPs and INTJs)
  • were among the biggest lovers of alternative rock and indie rock (along with INFPs, ENFPs, INTJs, INFJs and ISFJs), but NOT of indie folk
  • were the third biggest fans of ambient (the first and second were INFP and INFJ)
  • most likely type to play the electric guitar
  • second most likely type to play the acoustic guitar (most likely is ENFJ)

INFJs:

60 respondents
  • were the most likely to enjoy ambient music of all types
  • were the biggest fans of world music of all respondents
  • were also the most likely to enjoy classical music
  • were the second most likely to enjoy instrumental / lo-fi hip hop, and most likely to enjoy modern hip hop, but NOT old-school hip hop (their rating for that genre was on the average)
  • were the second least likely to enjoy metal music of all types (least likely is ENFP)
  • were the MOST likely of all types to play an instrument (75%) - they had the highest self-stated musical ability as well (3,95)
  • while not the type most likely to write music, they were in fact the second most likely to write music WITH lyrics (18,33%) (the first is ENTP)

ISTJs:

35 respondents
  • were the third (fourth if you count ISFP) most likely to enjoy metal (both subgenres), INTJ is second
  • were the least likely to enjoy hip hop (both modern and old-school, but not lo-fi/instrumental)
  • were the least fond of world music, post-rock and ambient of all types
  • were also the least likely to enjoy various rock subgenres (progressive rock, post-rock alternative rock, indie rock, indie folk and folk rock) of all types
  • overall, INTJs and ISFPs have similar music tastes as ISTJs
  • the average rating ISTJs gave to songs and genres was the lowest of any demographic (ISTJs: 2,78 - average: 2,96 - highest: 3,08)
  • they were the least likely to play an instrument (37,14%), the least likely to play the keyboard (17,14%), and least likely to sing of all types (14,29%)
  • overall, both the music tastes and the musical experience of ISTJs appear to be the opposite of that of INFJs!

ENFPs:

27 respondents
  • were the biggest fans of indie folk, alternative rock and indie rock (along with INFPs, INTJs, ISFJs and INTPs)
  • were the biggest fans of Fleet Foxes (along with ISFJs)
  • were especially fond of modern hip hop and old-school hip hop (third biggest modern hip hop fan and second biggest old-school hip hop fans)
  • were the LEAST likely to enjoy metal overall (the second least likely is INFJ) (ENFJs gave metal even lower ratings than ENFPs did, but there were only 12 ENFJs in the survey)
  • were the least likely to enjoy jazz of all types
  • were also the least likely to enjoy progressive rock of all types
  • the average rating ENFPs gave to songs and genres was the third lowest of any demographic (lowest: 2,78 - ENFP: 2,88 - average: 2,96)
  • though the size of the ISFJ group was small (17), ENFPs appear to have similar music tastes as ISFJs
  • contrary to my expectations, ENFPs were the least fond of synthwave/vaporwave/chillwave of all types (along with ISFPs and ENFJs)
  • were about as likely to play an instrument as other N-types
  • were the second most likely (51,85%) to sing of all the types
  • were the most likely of all the types to play the Flute! (14,81% of ENFPs vs 3,43% average)

ENTPs:

22 respondents
  • were the third most likely to enjoy classical music of all types (second: INTJ/ISFP, first: INFJ)
  • were the LEAST likely to enjoy pop music of all types (tied with ISFPs)
  • but, were also the MOST likely to enjoy modern R&B and soul music (third if you count in the 12 ENFJs and 13 ISFJs)
  • and on top of that, they were the single most likely to enjoy metal music! (second if you count ISFP)
  • therefore, you could say ENTPs had the most diverse musical taste of all the types
  • the third most likely type to enjoy synthwave (ISTP and ENTJ are second and first), the third most likely to enjoy post-rock (INFP and INTP are second and first) and the third most likely to enjoy instrumental / lo-fi hip hop (ISTP and ISFJ are second and first)
  • the average rating ENTPs gave to songs and genres was the highest of any demographic (ENTPs: 3,08 - average: 2,96 - lowest: 2,78)
  • overall, ENTPs had similar tastes to ISFPs, ISTJs, INTJs and ENTPs
  • although ENTPs were slightly less likely to play an instrument than most other N-types, they were in fact the most likely to play several instruments all at once: 14,08% of ENTPs said they play six or more!
  • they were the most likely to use a DAW by a landslide (ENTPs: 22,73% - average: 7,51%)
  • second most likely type to play acoustic guitar (23,53%) (most likely is INTP)
  • finally, they were also the most likely type to write their own music, and the most likely type to write music that features lyrics!

ISTPs:

note: only 20 respondents!
  • biggest fans of synthwave/chillwave/vaporwave of all the types!
  • most likely type to enjoy lo-fi / instrumental hip hop
  • most likely to enjoy soul music (tied with ENTP)
  • tied with ENTP and INTP as being the second biggest jazz fan
  • second most likely type to enjoy EDM
  • less likely to enjoy rock subgenres than other types
  • second least likely type to play an instrument (40%)
  • completely contrary to what one might expect however, ISTPs are avid singers, 75% (15/20) indicated that they sing!

ENTJs:

note: only 17 respondents!
  • were the biggest jazz fans of the survey
  • by far most likely type to enjoy EDM
  • most likely type to enjoy modern hip hop (second most likely if you count in ENFJs)
  • fifth most likely to enjoy metal, gave the highest rating to Black Sabbath - War Pigs of all types
  • significantly more likely than the average to enjoy heavy metal, but NOT thrash metal
  • second least likely to enjoy modern R&B (least likely is INTJ), but bizarrely enough also the second (third if you count ENFJ) biggest soul fans of the survey
  • the average rating ENTJs gave to songs and genres was the second highest of any demographic (highest: 3,04 - ENTJs: 3,04 - average: 2,96)
  • most likely type to play the drums (ENTJs: 23,53% - average: 9,44%)
  • third most likely type to indicate they sing (47,06% - second is ENFP, first is ISTP)
  • second most likely type to play the electric guitar (first is INTP)

ISFPs:

note: only 17 respondents!
  • if you count ISFPs despite the small sample size, they were the MOST likely to enjoy metal of all kinds
  • second most likely to enjoy classical music
  • the average rating ISFPs gave to songs and genres was the second lowest of any demographic (lowest: 2,78 - ISFPs: 2,82 - average: 2,96)
  • they were the second least likely to enjoy hip hop music (both modern and old-school, but not lo-fi/instrumental)
  • though many world-famous pop musicians are ISFPs, in this survey, ISFPs were in fact the LEAST likely to enjoy pop music of all types (a tie with ENTP)
  • they were also the second least likely to enjoy various rock subgenres (the least was ISTJ)
  • overall, ISFPs appeared to have similar music tastes as INTJs, ENTPs and ISTJs
  • the average rating ISFPs gave to songs and genres was the second lowest of any demographic (ISFPs: 2,82 - lowest: 2,78)
  • though only slightly less likely than average (average: 66,52% - ISFPs: 52,94%) to play an instrument, ISFPs were the third least confident in their musical abilities (average: 2,34 - ISFPs: 2,13)
  • they were the type least likely to play the acoustic guitar (average: 21,03% - ISFPs: 5,88%) and second least likely to play the keyboard (least likely is ISTJ)

ISFJs:

note: only 13 respondents - be especially careful with these data!
  • second most likely type to enjoy various rock subgenres, with the exception of post-rock (most likely is INFP)
  • second most likely type to enjoy modern R&B and soul (first were the 12 ENFJs)
  • the average rating ISFJs gave to songs and genres was the second highest of any demographic (ISFJs: 3,03 - highest: 3,04)
  • their overall music tastes resembled those of the ENFP
  • though only slightly less likely than average (average: 66,52% - ISFJs: 61,54%) to play an instrument, ISFPs were least confident in their musical abilities of all types! (average: 2,34 - ISFPs: 1,85)
  • however, they were the most likely of all types (3/13 or 23,08%) to play the bass guitar

ENFJs:

  • note: only 12 respondents - be especially careful with these data!
  • in the survey, the 12 ENFJs gave by far the highest rating to pop music, modern R&B, soul and old-school hip hop of all types
  • if you count them in, they were the LEAST likely to enjoy metal of all the types

Overall, there is somewhat of a correlation between the musical tastes of INTJs, ENTPs, ISFPs, ISTJs and INTPs
Overall, there is somewhat of a correlation between the musical tastes of ISFJs, ENFPs and INFJs (though the types were divided when it came to jazz, ambient, world music and synthwave)

Remember, all of these are statistical averages, they do NOT say anything about specific individuals!

Miscellanous findings

  • Appreciation of genre vs. song:
  • Overall, people were gave higher ratings to genres than to particular songs. This is unsurprising, given how a genre lets you think of any song within that genre that YOU like, whereas not every indie rock fan necessarily enjoys Neutral Milk Hotel. When looking at the average ratings of the 20 genres/songs, in 12 cases the genre had higher ratings than the song, in 5 cases there was no significant difference (less than 0,05 points), and only in 3 cases was the song better liked than the genre (The Controllers - My Secret Fantasy, Black Sabbath - War Pigs and Simon & Garfunkel - The Boxer).
  • Self-reported musical ability:
  • Only 10 respondents assigned themselves a maximum 5/5 score on self-stated musical ability, as this is too small to be representative this group's results will not be included.
  • Higher self-stated musical ability was correlated with higher appreciation of genres and songs OVERALL, indicating people who are more skilled musically are more likely to be able to appreciate more different forms of music!
  • The only genres where the OPPOSITE was the case (ie. being more musically skilled means you are less likely to enjoy it), was pop music!
  • The statistical relationship between self-reported musical ability and appreciation is unclear for thrash metal, folk rock, and modern hip hop
BONUS followup survey: because I was surprised at how much the pattern for ENFPs correlated with my own personal tastes, I was wondering if the music I enjoy most would appeal to OTHER ENFPs too! Therefore, I would HUGELY appreciate it if you could take 4 minutes of your time to rate these seven songs - ALL TYPES ARE WELCOME (I need to be able to compare ENFPs to other types) - thank you so much! (VIEWABLE RESULTS) CLICK HERE - (click here for results of mini-followup survey)

Thank you so much to all who took the survey and helped out! See you soon again, as my 'Nature of God/religion/spirituality' survey is the next one I will analyse and write results post about!
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