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Brain Reacts to Music During Quiet

The results collectively reveal how the brain continues responding to music, even when none is playing, and provide new insights into how human sensory predictions work. An article detailing the research appears on the Trinity College Dublin website.

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Research Shows Benefit of Access to All Sounds in Environment

Studies conducted by Eriksholm Research Centre found that natural brain function first processes the entire sound scene before focusing or selectively attending to the sound of interest. Researchers point out that the findings have significant implications for hearing aid design, challenging traditional approaches that let conventional technology decide what the brain needs to attend to.

Advanced Hearing Aids Make Speech Clearer, Music Difficult

The type of sound processing that modern hearings aids provide to make speech more understandable may also make music enjoyment more difficult, according to a new study by the University of Colorado Boulder. The findings, suggest that less sophisticated hearing aids might actually be more compatible with listening to music, especially recorded music that has been processed.

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