10/11/2013

New signal-coding technology could help patients with cochlear implants distinguish between instruments in music and focus on what they want to hear in noisy environments, according to this article. "With cochlear implants, we've always been oriented more toward speech sounds. This strategy represents a different way of thinking about signal processing for music," said University of Washington researcher Jay Rubinstein, a professor of otolaryngology and bioengineering.

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