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In this exercise, the user will hear a number of sounds, one after the other, from various musical instruments. They will have to focus on the pitch, length, and volume of these notes they hear and then determine which ones were the highest and the lowest, the longest and the shortest, the softest and the loudest.
This exercise activates the attention and auditory memory, as well as the capacity to recognize and differentiate sounds. The temporal lobe contains the primary auditory cortex, which receives auditory information from the ears and secondary areas, and processes the information so we understand what we’re hearing.
It can be useful in a noisy daily environment to sharpen the user’s capacity for auditory comprehension. Having stronger hearing ability may help individuals hear danger coming, an alarm set off at a distance, or their name being called out in a crowd. This exercise may improve the user’s ability to differentiate sounds according to their heights (low-pitched, high-pitched), duration, and volume (soft or loud). If individuals work on these skills, they may become more sensitive to the characteristics of sounds, especially in a musical context.
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