Playing around with hearing aid apps for music

This blog entry is written for the hearing aid consumer (but also the audiologist…)... Read More

Non-Auditory Effects of Environmental Noise

by Marshall Chasin, AuD, for the Canadian Academy of Audiology  Reprinted with permission of... Read More

What is the best musical instrument for my hard of hearing child?

From time to time I am asked about the best musical instrument for someone’s... Read More

Readers’ Choice 2021: Three distinct programs for music?  So… what does the literature say?

Dear Readers: During this holiday season, the editors at Hearing Health & Technology Matters... Read More

What did Skinner and Miller have to say about hearing aid fittings?

It is rare to have a column about a review of an article, especially... Read More


Music and Cochlear Implants- part 1

Music recording for audiologists – Part I

This is the first in a series of blogs outlining some of what we... Read More

Working with musicians is not cost-effective

This is a comment I hear frequently from my colleagues and is used as... Read More

Star Wars and a return to the low-frequency side of the Force- part 1

I just saw Star Wars and I will not give you my opinion of... Read More

Some more FAQs from

Over the next months, I will be uploading some commonly viewed FAQs from Read More


Working with musicians is fun

We don’t normally get up in the morning, go home to get a change... Read More

A dual number rating system for hearing protection – part 2

In Part 1 of this blog we talked about a single number rating scheme... Read More

Hearing Loss Prevention for Musicians – ear plugs, humming and moderation- Infomation sheet- part 6

This is the final installment of the 6 fact sheets that can be copied... Read More

Percussion musical instruments and hearing loss.

The vast majority of noise or music exposure is the result of “steady state”... Read More

The 80/90 rule

Brian Fligor and his colleagues have come up with a good “first estimate” of... Read More