Neurofeedback improves Musical

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Studies show improvements up to 50% were measured.

61 students from Royal College of Music in London took part in this 2003 study.
The group with Neurofeedback Alpha-Theta training had significant improvements in musical skills.

Their performances were assessed by 3 judges on 10-point scales adapted from the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music evaluation criteria, who judged improvements in:

  • + 14.4% in Overall quality
  • + 16.4% in Musical understanding
  • + 13.5% in Stylistic accuracy
  • + 17.0% in Interpretative imagination

BBC News described how the Neurofeedback “Brain machine ‘improves musicianship’”, and Radio 4 described how the training “dramatically improved their playing ability“.

Neurofeedback increases creativity, expressiveness and performance.  Because Neurofeedback is a tool to enhance brain performance, it can also help in many other areas of academic life and is used to help overcome learning difficulties and developmental disorders.

With Neurofeedback we give the brain information to enable the brain’s natural ability to self-regulate and change itself through neuroplasticity. This is the most effective approach to Neurofeedback training and we are proud that we can help our clients with the best possible equipment on the market.