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Is this Your Musical RDA? The Optimum Dose of Music Listening for Health and Wellbeing

Research by Lyz Cooper of The British Academy of Sound Therapy for Deezer read more

Music Medicine: Sound At A Cellular Level by Dr. Lee Bartel

Ted Talk read more

Is Music Important to Your Health and Wellbeing?

A call out to passionate music people to help us to find out more. Take part in research in collaboration with Deezer, the Global music streaming service read more

Somnus X - Research into improving sleep a success

45% felt they got a better nights sleep after listening to Somnus X read more

Frequency as an Intrinsic Healing Modality

In an attempt to shift perceptions concerning health care, The Institute of BioAcoustic Biology & Sound Health, is reporting novel research that supports the assertion that ancient architectures and language contain math codes that support frequency-based cellular regeneration. read more

Is Frequency Our New Medicine or an Ancient Mystery Revealed? Health for the People by the People

My humming or singing could take away headaches, stop pain and blood. I didn’t understand any of it, I just knew that a positive effect was realized when I echoed back the sounds that I was hearing from people, animals and plants. read more

Vocal Profiling – Making Entrepreneurial Excellence a Reality

The idea of analyzing the frequencies and modulation of a human voice to determine emotional, biochemical and structural status of a person is being used by medical facilities and schools; for military applications; in police work for verification purposes; in research studies for issues thought to be incurable, to determine health status; to relieve stress and pain; to determine exposure to toxins and pathogens. read more

Sound Frequency Based Cellular Rejuvenation and the Ancient Templar Cross Codes

In an attempt to shift perceptions concerning health care, the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology &amp Sound Health is reporting novel research that supports the assertion that ancient architectures and read more

Can Sound Kill?

Can Sound Kill? It is well established that low-frequency sound can have a notable impact on humans and animals, and may be deleterious to health.[1] Just like the abundance of frequencies contained read more

Music to Make Counting Sheep a Thing of the Past?

LACK OF SLEEP &ndash A SERIOUS WORLDWIDE EPIDEMIC According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), &lsquoinsufficient sleep is a public health epidemic linked to motor vehicle crashes, industrial d read more

Identifying Triggers for Gluten Sensitivity

Identifying Triggers for GlutenSensitivity Is it greed, ignorance or an attempt to make things better, thatis poisoning our population? Find The Full Article At read more

BioAcoustic Markers: Indications of the beginning stages of Lipoedema

BioAcoustic Markers: Indications of the beginning stages of Lipoedema Brought to you as a publicservice by the Sound Health Research Institute In the beginning stages of the life-threateningd read more

nVoice as Indication of Attraction

nVoice used as Indication of Attraction William &amp Kate&rsquos; engagement Interview Prince William and Kate Middleton discuss the proposal and her acceptance. Even though they lived together for n read more

Vocal Profiling and the Presence of Lewy Proteins

Vocal Profiling and the Presence of Lewy Proteins UPDATE: December, 2014 Robin Williams&rsquo autopsy revealed the presence of Lewy proteins which are usually confirmed after d read more


The Universe as a Symphony of Strings What do Fifth Century B.C. Pythagoreans have in common with modern state-of-the art cosmologists &amp physicists? In a word - strings! For the ancient Greek Py read more

Sound as a Therapy: A Brief Historical Overview

The popularity of working with Sound in a therapeutic manner has been with us for at least 14,000 years. Evidence through Archeomusicology and Ethnomusicology provides a clear picture that today’s pop read more

Sound Affects: Sound Therapy, Altered States of Consciousness and Improved Health and Wellbeing

Abstract A study using a specific method of sound therapy (Himalayan singing bowls, transitioning to Gongs, transitioning to crystal singing bowls, transitioning to therapeutic percussion) was deli read more

Sound and Body Acoustic Intelligence (SABAI)

Sound and Body Acoustic Intelligence using Tuning Fork Sound Therapy is a simple system I have developed using Tuning Forks to potentially relieve pain in individuals. The pain can be physical, emotio read more

Is Frequency our New Medicine or an Ancient Mystery Revealed?

In an attempt to shift perceptions concerning health care, a small, yet highly innovative educational research institute, located in southern Ohio, is reporting novel research that supports the assert read more

A Sound Journey to the Heart

We all share something in common, which is almost a rarity in todays world of discursive thinking. The belief that sound and music can change ones personal perspective, and more importantly their read more

Music and the Process of Dying

I am currently undertaking a research programme looking at the use of music during the dying process. There is a wealth of research to support the therapeutic benefits of sound for health and well-bei read more

Sound: The Language of the Body

Sound: the Language of the Body Studies are popping up all over &ndash showing that the language of the body is sound. Invisible sound waves are the body&rsquos; secret communication system! Understan read more


HIMALAYAN SOUND REVELATIONS The Complete Singing Bowl Book by Frank Perry (including Cymatic Photography by John Stuart Reid) Polair Publishing ( P/B 509 pages read more

Sound Ecology p. 1 – Music for a special time

Exploring the concepts of “sustainability” and “ethics” from a musical perspective. From Wikipedia: The word sustainability is derived from the Latin “sustinere” (tenere, to hold sus,up)[...] read more

Sound To Kill or Sound to Heal?

Noise harms and even kills. There is nowwealth of evidence about the harmful effect of noise. According to a 1999 U.S. Censusreport, Americans named noise as the number one problem in neighborho read more

The Science of Hearing

The Science of Hearing The human hearing range is between 20 to 20,000 Hz. There is considerable variation in the hearing range between individuals. Most young people can hear up to 18,000 Hz. read more

Music of the Mind

Music of the Mind Last month I was honoured to be part of two wonderful charity events both of which have prompted me to think more deeply about the essential contribution of music to healthy mental read more

News Flash – Singing is Good For You!

News Flash &ndash Singing is Good For You! From &lsquoFrontiers in Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience&rsquo we have some great news! &lsquoChoir singing connects respiration and heart activity. Cou read more


Ive been giving some thought to those internet surveillance and tracking revelations (known as PRISM) which appeared recently in the press and internet blogs and wondered whether our experie read more


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