AudioBrain is a uniquely designed memory development technique based on listening to the world's classic poetry by Shakespeare, Pushkin and Cervantes, professionally read by native speakers. Stimulating the underactive brain regions responsible for processing audio data the application takes your perception of any information to a new level.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
As a child you most likely tried to learn a poem by heart by repeating it aloud lots of times or mumbling to yourself. After multiple repetitions you could see in your mind's eye images of lines, words and word endings, using your brain to catch and retain the information. This is the effect of the work of the brain region responsible for the visual perception of information. Still, you never got an image of the entire poem in front of your eyes to recite it as if reading from a book.
Repeating any information aloud multiple times stimulates the brain region responsible for the audial perception of information. As we grow older, we use this brain region more and more rarely. This leads to its stagnation; as a result, the brain region responsible for the visual perception of information becomes dominating and our capabilities for audial perception of information become noticeably weaker with age.
AudioBrain aims at rectifying this imbalance by helping you develop skills for quick processing and remembering of audial information, which raises your level of perception. This application is based on a technique which does not displace the visual perception of text information but rather complements it, actively stimulating the brain regions responsible for verbal communication.
The great advantage of this application is that it keeps your brain in a state of constant engagment, thanks to a specially developed system that gives it a minimal rest, making it able to adapt to situations and environments it has not been in for a long time, if ever. When was the last time you concentrated 100% of your attention for one hour?
— An average lesson should last around 40 minutes. This should be taken into account as the duration of an average lunch break is around 30 minutes; so if you want to sneak in a little study this may not work.
— To work with the app efficiently, you need a quiet place where you can be calm and alone in order to concentrate on the lesson.
— If you use public transport to get to work or studies, you can relieve the inconveniences of the trip doing a lesson with your headset on, to avoid bothering other people. In this case we recommend to repeat the poetic fragments you have listened to silently, so people around you won‘t raise an eyebrow.
— Just like at the gym, where we gradually increase the load on our muscles, we recommend that you do our exercises on a "simple-to-complex" basis. To help you with that, each poem has a difficulty rating that depends on its length and other factors. Though there is a nuance to that you should be aware of. If your mother tongue is, for example, English, any poem in another language (even if it has a "very easy" difficulty rating) may seem very difficult to you. You need to take that into account in order to avoid disappointment.
— Just like with any task, persistence is important for success. You cannot learn all the poems in one sitting. Your brain, like any of your body muscles, requires moderation in training in order to avoid discomfort and pain.