Succinctly, the field of Neuroacoustics, is one in which mainly companies, or individuals (usually researchers or the staff of R&D departments) endeavor to gauge the effect/s of sound on the human or animal brain. This should not be confused with acoustic or sound engineering, which respectively are related to architectural design and the music industry.
The partners of Asharucorp have a strong interest in data related to how sound, particularly music, and specifically, digitally compressed music, recordings effects the sensory processing center of the brain and the limbic system.
While research in this area is scant, as well as being actively ridiculed by quarters which have seen to it that the majority of the media which pervades our daily lives is increasingly only available in that format, we believe that the long-term effects of subjecting the amigdala to the frequencies present in the higher registers of digital media may be more cumulatively destuctive than suspected.
As this project continues to develop the results may be collated into a block of text that may be ultimately solicited for print publication.
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