This article focuses on laboratory experiments conducted by Konecni and his coworkers on the relationship between music and the environment. Konecni made a series of experiments that demonstrated the relation between arousal-evoking of musical stimulus with arousal-evoking qualities of specific response of the experimental setting. One study was where the subjects were first insulted or treated neutrally while entering the place. Then they were treated to melodies. Both cases showed manipulations in the fake electric shocks but the subjects who faced insults and then exposed to high arousal musical gave maximum electric shocks. Another study by Ramos (1993), where the music played while customers waited for their calls to be answered influenced the number of people who stayed connected in the call or disconnected the call before it was addressed. Stratton and Zalanowski (1984) found that soothing music increased the vibrations of a group discussion as opposed to stimulating or no music. One study demonstrated that expensive wine sales increased when classical music was played rather than top picks. One study of our interest was by Milliman in 1982 were fast, slow and no music was played in a supermarket. People spent less amount on buying with an increase in their walking speed while fast tempo music was played. Also, in restaurants, meals where eaten quicker. The intake of drinks increased when slow tempo music was played.The main experiment talked in the article was conducted in a university cafeteria. A total of 285 subjects participated in the survey. The music was divided into 5 types low-complexity new-age, high-complexity new-age, moderate-complexity new-age, moderate-complexity organ, and no music conditions. 15 students measured the complexity of 32 nonlyrical excerpts with 10 as highest complexity and 0 as the lowest complexity. The experiment was conducted for 2 days where the advice stall was set up and the number of people approaching the stall was measured. The recording was played for 2 days and four times each day. The volunteers approached the subjects with questionnaires. The results table is shown below.