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Sonic Alchemy by Joshua Leeds
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Sonic Alchemy

by Joshua Leeds

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0965778606, Paperback)

Sonic Alchemy explains the principles of rhythm, resonance, entrainment, sonic neuro-technologies, and the ground-breaking work of Dr. Alfred Tomatis. Included are a dozen thought-provoking interviews with leading sound practitioners.

Sonic Alchemy explores how 'soundwork' improves health, learning, and productivity. By understanding how music and sound directly impact your body/mind, you can create empowering sonic environments. Whether you are a music lover, music maker, or healthcare practitioner, you will refer to the wisdom in these pages for inspiration, knowledge and personal application.

A dozen thought-provoking interviews with leading sound philosophers and practitioners are included. These people are defining the use of sound as a life-enhancing modality in our lives. Interviews and topics include Therese Schroeder-Sheker: Music for the Dying, Fred Schwartz, MD: Music as Anesthesia, Michael Jones: Intention and Music, Jeffrey Thompson, DC: Bio-Tuning, Tom Kenyon: Psychoacoustics, Vickie Dodd: Awakening the Amnesia of Wellness, Arthur Hull: The Power of the Drum, Janalea Hoffman: Entrainment, Jonathan Goldman: The Power of Harmonics, Michael Stevens: Light & Sound Machines, Molly Scott: Resonance Therapy, and Robert Gass: Chantmaster Extraordinaire.

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