Those feeling uncomfortable when the concert began, found their mood turning to anger.
Others, who had felt happy, started to notice sensations of joy.
Some physical affects were also experienced, including tingling in the back of the neck and a strange feeling in the stomach.
Ciarán O'Keeffe, a researcher on the project who has since taken up a lecturing post at Liverpool Hope University's Psychology department, said: "When the infrasound was switched on, people experienced different emotional responses to it.
"The feelings that the listeners recorded at the time are in line with anecdotal evidence of experiences in places that have infrasound.