Music does affect your pulse. Just try listening to country, rock, and rap see how different your pulse gets from the different musical styles.
Music cannot directly affect a person’s pulse rate. That is, the physical listening to music — or even the so-called musical noise of some groups — will not affect the listeners’ pulses.
However, listening to music can affect a person’s pulse rate because when listening to some types of music, a person may get excited. And, the excitement provoked by listening to some types of music can result in the mind getting excited. That excitement may increase a person’s pulse rate. In these manners, music can have an effect upon the listener’s pulse rate.