hearing aid signal processing

We are now up to 109 dB…

The input-related dynamic range of modern hearing aids (also known as its input “Headroom”) is important to know in order to prevent distortion and input-clipping of louder sounds in the environment.  Typical loud input sounds are music and the level of a hearing aid consumer’s own voice.  Up until recently, the highest-level sound that could…

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Some aspects of how music and language may interact

The past decade has seen a number of studies (actually over 150 that I could find) that attest to a co-operation (or at least an interaction) between musical ability and the development of language.  Some of these studies are well researched such as how early musical training can facilitate language and language development, while other…

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