Which parts of sound does the brain process?

Sound is made up of a number of different “ingredients”, as our favourite researcher Dr Nina Kraus explains below. Understanding the different ingredients and how the brain processes them can help us when approaching certain learning difficulties that may be associated to hearing, such as dyslexia.

Check out this video and think about how you are perceiving, processing and using these ingredients when ever you are listening to or teaching music.

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