Three Myths about Programming Hearing Aids for Music

Most of our training regarding hearing aids for hard-of-hearing people is based on the characteristics of speech.  This makes sense because most of our clients are primarily concerned with hearing speech in quiet, and in noise.  But what about those people who need amplification to help them play music, or clients who just want to be…

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The Case of the Missing Fundamental

After last week’s post was published on this blog, I received a deluge of emails about the phenomenon that I had mentioned called the Missing Fundamental.  I had discussed this in the context of saying that even though there is a significant amount of very low-frequency energy in music–essentially the entire left side of the…

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