Tag Archives: hearing loss

Listening to the brain listening

A few different ways of ‘listening in’ on the brain as it’s processing sound have appeared recently, both using EEG technology (electrodes measuring brain electrical activity, either from the scalp or inside the brain itself). Firstly there is the ‘frequency … Continue reading

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One week to go!

A few updates on INTERIOR DESIGN: Music for the Bionic Ear. 1) BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW! There are two shows next Sunday, and the early one has actually selling quite fast over the last few days. Tickets are $25/$15 concession, … Continue reading

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Concert preparations

Well, a very belated and happy new year! Since coming back from holidays (back on the 4th of Jan!) it seems like life and work has been in a constant whirlwind. A bit part of the whirlwind is the preparations … Continue reading

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Why do we hate modern music?

In The Age A2 section thismorning there’s a really interesting article by Alex Ross (he wrote a great book called “The Rest is Noise in 2007) called “The schock of the¬†dissonant.” I couldn’t find a link on The Age’s site, … Continue reading

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Sound art for cochlear implant users?

While I’m at work I listen to some pretty weird “music.”¬† A lot of the work I do involves writing, and thinking in words, and I find that music with any kind of lyrics is really distracting, so that cuts … Continue reading

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