Reconnect with the joy of music

Music is powerful and plays an essential role in people’s lives – from birthdays and weddings to listening to our favorite songs. Here are some tools to help you embrace music in your life.

Develop your listening skills with our app

Research shows that focused attention and listening practice can actually improve your appreciation of music.1


Bring Back The BeatTM

  • A fun app that encourages focused attention to music
  • Explore five new worlds with lots of games
  • Start with simple notes and instruments
  • Build up to more complex melodies
  • Gain rewards and motivation as you go

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About Bring Back The Beat

A fun learning app with different games to help people with cochlear implants regain the joy of music.

Four top tips to reconnect with music


"It’s an amazing app that has allowed me to practise my pitch perception, melodies and different areas [of music] that I could never have done on my own."

- Kathleen Meyers, Nucleus® 7 Sound Processor, United States


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  1. Looi V, Gfeller K, Driscoll V. Music appreciation and training for Cochlear implant recipients: a review. Semin Hear. 2012 Nov 1;3(4):307–334.