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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

How Much Hearing Loss is Acceptable for AudioNotch to Work?

Written by AudioNotch Team on January 05, 2013

Categories: Hearing Tinnitus

AudioNotch provides Tailor-Made Notched Sound Therapy. One form of this therapy is Notched White Noise.

Notched White Noise has only been shown to work in individuals with less than 55 dB of hearing loss (the upper limit of moderate hearing loss). This does not  necessarily mean that it cannot work in individuals with greater than this level of hearing loss, but it does mean that we cannot claim, from the evidence that we have, that it will work in people with hearing loss exceeding this threshold.

We have had an anecdote from a user who had severe hearing loss in … Continue Reading