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There is a Ph.D. thesis on this topic, written by Marian Newsome Moorhead in 2005, titled "The Suzuki Method: A comparative analysis of the perceptual/cognitive listening development in third grade students trained in the Suzuki, traditional, and modified Suzuki music methods." Basically, a bunch of students taught in the Suzuki (which emphasizes rote ...


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No. It's the opposite: noise cancelling headphones typically reduce fatigue. The opposing sound waves generated by active noise cancellation technology end up blocking key parts of the sound spectrum (aka your music). Not correct. The noise cancellation blocks outside sound, but doesn't not affect the spectrum of the music. Overall the transfer ...


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"Better" is a vague term which could be "more accurate", "more often preferred", or a number of other things. For simplicity: I will assume the question is one of fidelity. A CD has a lower minimum frequency at volume and a greater dynamic range (Fries, Bruce; Marty Fries (2005). Digital Audio Essentials. O'Reilly Media. p. 147. ISBN 0-596-00856-2) than ...


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