The Listening Program- TLP

Offered and pioneered by Advanced Brain Technologies, The Listening Program trains the brain to better receive, process, store and utilize the valuable information provided through the varied soundscapes in our lives such as music, language and the environment in which we live.

The Listening Program is personalized, adaptive sound brain fitness programs designed to meet each person’s goals, focusing on what matters most to them. The patent-pending artificial intelligence system will create your program targeting specific areas of brain performance; executive function, communication, auditory processing, social & emotional, stress management, motor coordination and creative expression. TLP

The Listening Program® has been used by hundreds-of-thousands of people in over 35 countries and is backed by independent research.

The foundation of The Listening Program is the beautiful music performed by Advanced Brain Technologies’ own award-winning Arcangelos Chamber Ensemble.
This world-class music is arranged and recorded in High Definition (HD) sound, produced by our international team of experts.

The Listening Program is the only program to offer original recordings at 24-bit 192 kHz HD. This is the highest music recording quality, most comparable to a live performance. It contains more depth, detail, dimension, and emotion than other recording methods capturing the detail of the harmonics that give music its’ sound color or “timbre”. This improves the ability to distinguish the sound of each instrument, which affords the listener more opportunity to benefit from listening.

This music provides the foundation for the advanced neuroacoustic modifications which provide a rich, fulfilling listening experience. These modifications are applied to the original recordings we created for The Listening Program. These increase and emphasize the perception of the natural attributes inherent within the musical structure providing the sound contrast needed to train and improve sound perception for better brain performance.