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Journal of Biomusical Engineering
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Journal of Biomusical Engineering offers an open access platform dedicated to publish articles  related to music, biology and engineering. The principal aim is to present the research that uses the knowledge of science and engineering to understand music and musical processes in humans and other species.

Biomusical Engineering open access is a peer reviewed journal that enhances intelligence and information. Journal of Biomusical Engineering is aiming to speed up the publication of innovative thought in the relevant important areas like Resonance, Biomusic education, Rythmic entertainment, Biomusical form of experimental music which deals with music based on the sounds of nature. Biomusical Engineering journal has got the reputation of having access to researchers and scientific community.

The journal uses Editorial Manager System for manuscript submission and review process of the manuscripts. At least two independent reviewer’s approval followed by the editor is essential for the acceptance of any manuscript for publication. Journal of Biomusical Engineering accepts original articles, reviews, abstracts, addendums, announcements, article-commentaries, book reviews, rapid communications, letters to the editor, annual meeting abstracts, conference proceedings, calendars, case-reports, corrections, discussions, hypotheses and analyses.

Music Therapies for Children

Music therapy is defined as a programs designed to help patient overcome physical, emotional, intellectual and social challenges. Music therapy is used when any disorder takes place for children then music therapy will assist with pain management. Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program. Music therapy is that it is an inherently nonthreatening and inviting medium. It offers a child a safe haven from which to explore feelings, behaviors and issues ranging from self-esteem to severe emotional dysregulation.

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Diaelectical Behavioural Therapy

Diaelectical behaviour therapy is a type of cognitive behavioural therapy. Its main aim to teach patient about skills to get rid of stress, to regulate emotions and to build good relations with other people. The theory behind the approach is that some people are prone to react in a more intense and out-of-the-ordinary manner toward certain emotional situations. In its standard form, there are four components of DBT: skills training group, individual treatment, DBT phone coaching, and consultation team.

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Sound Therapy

Sound therapy is defined as one of the music therapy in which sound is used for treatment of physical and mental conditions. Sound therapy overcomes stress and muscle tension. Sound therapy can be carried out through sound wave vibrations. Electronic equipment, chanting bowls and tuning forks are instruments which are used for the healing of sound. Sound Therapy is a therapeutic self-help listening program which uses specially recorded classical music on a portable player with headphones to enhance your ear and brain performance and improve your life.

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Speech Pathologists

Speech pathologists complete a degree at university which encompasses all aspects of communication including speech, writing, reading, signs, symbols and gestures. Speech pathologists also work with people who have difficulties swallowing food and drink. Speech-language pathologists work with people who cannot produce speech sounds or cannot produce them clearly; those with speech rhythm and fluency problems, such as stuttering; people with voice disorders, such as inappropriate pitch or harsh voice; those with problems understanding and producing language; and those with cognitive communication impairments, such as attention, memory and problem solving disorders.

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Vocal Therapy

Voice therapy is defined as non-surgical technique which is used to improve or modify in human voice. Vocal therapy is used to treat voice disorders which involves vocal and physical exercises which are mixed with behavioural changes. A good voice comes from two major components: healthy vocal folds and healthy voice use. It is very common for a singer or professional voice user to have vocal complaints but have normal appearing vocal folds. Voice therapy is an approach to treating voice disorders that involves vocal and physical exercises coupled with behavioral changes. The purpose of voice therapy is to help attaining the best possible voice and most relief from the vocal symptoms.

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Transgender Voice Therapy

Transgender voice therapy is defined as branch of music therapy which deals with non-surgical technique which is used to modify the human voice. Transgender therapy should focus on variety of speech, language and pragmatic functioning as they relate to functioning. Transgender individuals face numerous challenges when they undergo a gender identity transition, and speech-language pathologists can play a crucial role in this process.

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Folia Phoniatrica

Folia Phoniatrica is a branch of music therapy which deals with the structures of speech, language and hearing mechanisms and provides the survey of international research on physiology, anatomy and pathology.

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Disorders of Communication

Communication disorder is defined as lack of ability to receive , send, process, comprehend concepts, verbal or non-verbal and graphic symbol systems. There are different types of communication disorders which are as follows;

a. Difficulties in articulation: inability of subject to utter speech or any verbal sounds. It affects neural system which regulates voice and speech.

b. Phonological difficulties: it is defined as mismatch between level of development on hold on particular linguistic sound system and perception of phonetic combination.

c. Fluency disorders: Abnormal or frequent breaks in flow of speech such as shuttering or stammering. Generally it arises in childhood.

d. Disorders in linguistic perception: it is defined as difficulty in understanding words, grammatical structure, phonetics of a language should be known.

e. Voice disorders: voice disorders occurs due to neural or hormonal irregularities.

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Music Therapy for Stroke

If patient gets stroke then they will get recover from music therapy. Music therapy helps stroke patients to regain movement, communication and they can change their cognitive moods. If a patient listens music then they will be free from tension and stress. Music therapy has been scientifically and medically proven to be a valuable tool in rehabilitation after a stroke in areas of movement and muscle control, speech and communication, cognition, mood and motivation. Movement and muscle control improvement can be achieved by a steady beat, musical timing, and rhythmic patterns. Suggested activities include playing a drum to boost range of motion in the upper extremities, exercising to an upbeat music, and timing music to complement the usual walking pattern.

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Bio Musicology

Bio musicology is defined as branch of music therapy which deals with the study of music in biological point of view. There are different branches in bio musicology they are as follows:

a. Evolutionary musicology: It deals with the study of “origin of music” and “music evolution and human evolution”.

b. Neuromusicology: It deals with the study of “brain areas involved in processing, neural and cognitive processing of music processing”.

c. Comparative musicology: It deals with functions and uses of music, advantage and cost of music making.

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Musical Acoustics

Music acoustics is defined as a branch which deals with acoustics concerned with research and description of music. It describes about how sounds are employed in music. It is also known as science of musical sound. Musical acoustics presents a unique opportunity to see science and art working together. It explains how our ears and brains interpret musical events, and connects traditional physical analyses to musical reality.

There are many kinds of sound and many ways that it affects our lives. We use sound to communicate and you might also know that acoustics is important for creating musical instruments or concert halls or surround sound stereo or hearing aids. - See more at: http://www.exploresound.org/home/what-is-acoustics/#sthash.LPdMxVYn.dpuf
There are many kinds of sound and many ways that it affects our lives. We use sound to communicate and you might also know that acoustics is important for creating musical instruments or concert halls or surround sound stereo or hearing aids. - See more at: http://www.exploresound.org/home/what-is-acoustics/#sthash.LPdMxVYn.dpuf
There are many kinds of sound and many ways that it affects our lives. We use sound to communicate and you might also know that acoustics is important for creating musical instruments or concert halls or surround sound stereo or hearing aids. - See more at: http://www.exploresound.org/home/what-is-acoustics/#sthash.LPdMxVYn.dpuf
There are many kinds of sound and many ways that it affects our lives. We use sound to communicate and you might also know that acoustics is important for creating musical instruments or concert halls or surround sound stereo or hearing aids. - See more at: http://www.exploresound.org/home/what-is-acoustics/#sthash.LPdMxVYn.dpuf
There are many kinds of sound and many ways that it affects our lives. We use sound to communicate and you might also know that acoustics is important for creating musical instruments or concert halls or surround sound stereo or hearing aids. - See more at: http://www.exploresound.org/home/what-is-acoustics/#sthash.LPdMxVYn.dpuf
There are many kinds of sound and many ways that it affects our lives. We use sound to communicate and you might also know that acoustics is important for creating musical instruments or concert halls or surround sound stereo or hearing aids. - See more at: http://www.exploresound.org/home/what-is-acoustics/#sthash.LPdMxVYn.dpuf
There are many kinds of sound and many ways that it affects our lives. We use sound to communicate and you might also know that acoustics is important for creating musical instruments or concert halls or surround sound stereo or hearing aids. - See more at: http://www.exploresound.org/home/what-is-acoustics/#sthash.LPdMxVYn.dpuf

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Psychoacoustics

Psychoacoustic is defined as a branch which deals with the scientific study of sound perception. It also deals with physiological and psychological responses related to sound. It deals with how we listen our psychological responses and physiological impact of music and sounds upon the human nervous system. In the realm of psychoacoustics, the terms music, sound, frequency, and vibration are essentially interchangeable, because they are different approximations of the same essence.

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Aesthetics of Music

Aesthetics of music is defined as a branch of music therapy which deals with mathematical and cosmological dimensions of rhythmic and harmonic organisation. Music can affect patients emotions, intellect and psychology. The Aesthetics of Music explains and criticizes many fashionable theories in the philosophy and theory of music, and mounts a case for the moral significance of music, its place in our culture, and the need for taste and discrimination in both performer and listener. The various schools of musical analysis are subjected to a critical examination, and recent criticism of tonality, as the foundation of musical order, are rehearsed and rejected. Scruton defends the objectivity of aesthetic values, lays down principles of criticism, and ends with an energetic critique of modern popular music.

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