Hearing health education is important for everyone, but it is vital to musicians. Basic, working knowledge of ear anatomy, physiology, the prevention of music-induced hearing disorders, and the vocabulary used by hearing health professionals can create career-saving hearing health habits. For schools of music, it is essential that budding music industry professionals develop these habits early. Soundcheck Audiology has made this information accessible through a 9-video series which can be accessed via annual subscription. For schools of music, this video series covers the NASM/PAMA advisory guidelines on hearing health education.
Individual yearly subscription: $195.00
University School of Music subscription: Contact for discounted pricing.
University School of Music rates may apply to other groups such as production companies, orchestras, and churches.
Additional discounts may apply to groups of 30 or more.
To purchase a subscription or to learn about discounted rates, contact Dr. Heather Malyuk:
Over 100 minutes of information
on the following topics:
1) Seeing an audiologist as a musician
2) Defining Music-Induced Hearing Disorders
3) The basics of auditory Anatomy
4) The basics of auditory Physiology
5) Measuring sound levels to determine safety
6) Choosing appropriate hearing protection
7) Safe use of in-ear monitors
8) Working with existing hearing loss
9) Answers to often-asked questions