In-Tuned™ Sound Project
In-Tuned™ Sound Project offers therapeutic quality listening in a collection of Soundscapes. Each Soundscape takes the listener on a unique journey to build brain connectivity.
In-Tuned™ Sound Project is meant for children with Sensory Processing Disorder or sensory challenges as part of another brain-based disorder, such as autism, ADHD, learning disabilities, mood disorders etc, and adults who have communication, social, mood or attention issues.
Listening to audio-engineered sound/music helps to build and support the tonotopic map in the brain in order for the brain to discriminate all frequencies of sound. A rich pallet of frequency discrimination is important for building awareness, self-regulation, attention, mood stability, language and learning.
Listening has positive motor effects, such as postural improvement, more efficient visual tracking, increased electrical conduction of the skin (circulation) and improved fine motor performance.
Auditory (sound) and tactile (touch) hypersensitivity can also be drastically reduced or eliminated through therapeutic listening.
Each Soundscape includes 5 twenty-minute sound tracks all in different frequencies. The frequencies in each Soundscape belong to a specific classification of atmospheric and musical sound. For instance, the base frequency, which the composer and I refer to as the “sound medicine”, will stay true to a particular frequency (low, medium or high), but have sound at other frequencies gently weaving in and out. Low frequency is 0 to 40 Hz, medium frequency 40 to 5000 Hz and high frequency 5000 to 15000 Hz. The base frequencies used in our Soundscapes adhere to Pythagorean principles of the most harmonic numbers found in nature and have been carefully selected by our team. Although the sound medicine is highlighting one particular frequency, there will be some of the benefits of the other frequencies as well.