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Treatment For Ringing In Ears

Written by AudioNotch Team on December 23, 2017

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Please note: the following information does not constitute professional medical advice, and is provided for general informational purposes only. Please speak to your doctor if you have tinnitus.

A sense of a “ringing” sound in the ears is referred to as Tinnitus. Tinnitus isn’t really an illness in and of itself. The condition occurs as a symptom of other conditions, which can range from ear infections, exposure to loud noises, depression, use of certain medications, tumors or other medical conditions like Meniere’s disease (which can also cause dizziness). There’s no question that needing constant treatment for ringing in ears can be … Continue Reading

McMaster is Running A Music Therapy for Tinnitus Study

Written by AudioNotch Team on June 03, 2014


Good news! If you’re in the Hamilton area, McMaster University (my former alma mater) is running a trial of a customized music therapy for tinnitus. Could it be Notched Music Therapy? We’ll have to wait and see!
McMaster University is currently running a study to test if a customized sound therapy can reduce a person’s tinnitus after several months of use. Because everyone’s tinnitus is different, we will provide participants with a customized music-based therapy tailored to their tinnitus. We will also provide participants withtheir own MP3 player and headphones, so that they can listen to the music they receive whenever and wherever … Continue Reading

Tinnitus Talk Support Forum

Written by AudioNotch Team on April 08, 2014

Categories: Announcement Tinnitus

I’m just going to come out right now and say it: Tinnitus Talk is the best tinnitus forum out there on the internet. Bar none. The level of discussion there, as well as the community and the quality of web site design, is superb. It’s a great resource and I recommend that anyone with tinnitus check it out. I wish it was around when I first had tinnitus. It’s just an absolutely great resource and a great community. Although we like to blog as much as possible on AudioNotch, a forum is a great resource for tinnitus news and research … Continue Reading

Doctors and Tinnitus Treatment Options

Written by AudioNotch Team on February 11, 2014


Based on the anecdotes I’ve received from a lot of AudioNotch users, I’ve come to believe that many physicians are not very well versed in the treatment options available for tinnitus and the level of research behind them…. Continue Reading

AudioNotch Releases Notched Natural Sounds

Written by AudioNotch Team on January 01, 2014


Notched sound therapy can function with a variety of auditory inputs that are then processed to remove the notch at the user’s tinnitus frequency.

Many of our users have asked us about using ambient natural sounds that fade into the background while they are listening, and furthermore, are pleasant to listen to and provide minimal distraction.

We’ve now created the option to listen to Notched Natural Sounds. Each Notched Natural Sound has a specified effective frequency range. If your tinnitus frequency exceeds this range, then there will not be enough sound energy for an effective Notch to be created and it … Continue Reading

AudioNotch Review & Success Rate Data – One Month and Two Month Surveys

Written by AudioNotch Team on December 20, 2013


For a long time, our users have asked us about the success rate of AudioNotch. And for a long time, we’d told them the truth: we don’t actually have this data, because not enough people respond to our internal surveys about the efficacy of our tinnitus treatment. Basically, a small percentage of our users respond to our automated feedback surveys, which are sent at one and two month intervals after purchase. So really, we only have a partial understanding of the data on our actual success rate.

However, we believe in allowing users to make an informed decision about whether to purchase a … Continue Reading

Summary of AudioNotch Guest Posts

Written by AudioNotch Team on December 12, 2013

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AudioNotch has been busy at work guest-posting on other blogs. Check out some of our informative posts below:

  1. Tinnitus Treatment Options on DJ Tech Tools
  2. Seniors and Tinnitus on The Words of Wisdom Blog

The Canadian Hard of Hearing Association – Hamilton Branch

Written by AudioNotch Team on August 02, 2013

Categories: Announcement Tinnitus

Brought to you by AudioNotch, the leading Tinnitus Treatment program worldwide:

Several months ago, AudioNotch gave a talk to the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association – Hamilton branch. The talk was a great discussion about Notched Sound Therapy, and the audience members asked thoughtful, informed questions. The members were  well educated on the subject of tinnitus and hearing loss, and were a highly engaging audience that provided a warm welcome.

The talk was featured in their newsletter as as a local news article.

For anyone suffering from hearing loss … Continue Reading

AudioNotch Summer Sale!

Written by AudioNotch Team on July 17, 2013

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Brought to you by AudioNotch, the leading Tinnitus Treatment program worldwide:

For a limited time, AudioNotch is pleased to announce its first ever Summer Sale, taking place from July 17th to July 21st. During this time period, AudioNotch subscriptions will temporarily be available at a significantly reduced price compared to their regular rate. Subscribe now!

What New Features Do You Want in AudioNotch?

Written by AudioNotch Team on June 13, 2013

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From time to time, we like to reach out to our users and find out how we can do better to serve them. Our software has been repeatedly updated and new features have been implemented in response to user feedback. We have also had unsolicited constructive criticism on how to improve our tinnitus tuner, which has been very helpful in planning our eventual update to the tuner (which is a difficult problem from many angles).

Our question to you is: what feature can we add to AudioNotch to make it work better?

Alternatively, would you like to see AudioNotch develop mobile versions … Continue Reading