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Brain waves reveal mind’s internal voice

Eavesdropping on the brain’s internal monologs or communicating with locked-in patients may one day be a reality, as scientists learn how to decode the brain’s electrical activity into audio signals. Reported in PLoS Biology, the technique reads electrical activity in a region of the human auditory system called the superior temporal gyrus (STG). By analyzing […]

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Recording studios may morph into museums




The impact of computing and the Internet on recorded music sales is well documented, but one British researcher has been looking at the other side of the coin – the impact of new technology on recording studios, businesses which are now teetering on the edge of irrelevance and bankruptcy. Once synonymous with the creative talents […]




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