I decided to try and find some published work online about music and the brain today while it was slow at work. I came across this article which was posted on May 21, 2015: http://www.forbes.com/sites/thelabb...ion-could-solve-brain-disorders/#1e6f2e82442e This is nothing new or could be so called exciting, but it was very interesting for me to read. With what's happened to my hearing, I can only think back to all the times, recent and distant, in which certain music made me emotionally connect to this world in such a euraphoric way. It hits me deep down inside everytime I think back to my amazing experiences with listening to music and also creating it. It's sad to think that some of those experiences were so recent. Those memories are very missed by me. More and more I keep telling myself and finding out just how much "Sound" is influential to our brain. Our sense of hearing to me, is much more than what science thinks of it. Frequencies, waves, rythyms, and time/speed. All associated with music and all associated with how the neurons in our brain function.