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AudioNotch Releases Notched Natural Sounds

Written by AudioNotch Team on January 01, 2014

Notched sound therapy can function with a variety of auditory inputs that are then processed to remove the notch at the user’s tinnitus frequency.

Many of our users have asked us about using ambient natural sounds that fade into the background while they are listening, and furthermore, are pleasant to listen to and provide minimal distraction.

We’ve now created the option to listen to Notched Natural Sounds. Each Notched Natural Sound has a specified effective frequency range. If your tinnitus frequency exceeds this range, then there will not be enough sound energy for an effective Notch to be created and it … Continue Reading

The Authors of the Notched White Noise Paper Are Collaborating With AudioNotch

Written by AudioNotch Team on April 17, 2013

Categories: Announcement Tinnitus

Although AudioNotch is an independent and academically unaffiliated corporation, we’re in contact with the authors of the Notched White Noise paper, which you can check out in our science section.

They’ve given us permission to publish some of the communication that’s occurred to us, some of which is relevant to Notched Sound Therapy users here at AudioNotch:
Let me introduce first .. I’m Marco (Lugli), first author of the paper of the Windowed Sound Therapy. I must congratulate you for your website ‘AudioNotch’ for the treatment of tinnitus (something that we would have liked to do long time ago). … Continue Reading