Research – a crucial pursuit

Alfred Tomatis put the very first “Electronic Ear” into operation in 1952. Since then, he never ceased to improve his technology. At the end of the 1990s, Jozef Vervoort began to develop a new generation device, which he named "Brain-Activator". The music tracks were essentially played on the Alesis system, an American-made audio player and recorder, until the Belgian institute conceived its own device, the MBL APP System 501.  Over the years, Mozart-Brain-Lab has carried out several studies of the listening therapy according to Professor Tomatis, and has devoted countless hours to the expansion of Brain-Mapping.  With the help of these "mappings of the brain" listening programs can be even more precisely targeted.
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