Sound reaches us via the auditory canal but also through bone (the bones of the skull). It’s why we can hear ourselves more clearly when we cover our ears. Forbrain® headphones, equipped with a dynamic filter microphone, use bone conduction which amplifies and patterns the user’s voice. By improving the perception of the voice, Forbrain® works simultaneously on all aspects of the audio-vocal loop.

Forbrain® enhances a person’s entire auditory system. By training the brain to concentrate on the most pertinent sounds, a person’s speech, attention, concentration, memory, coordination, and many other sensory functions improves.

Forbrain® is for all ages and only requires you to speak or read aloud few minutes per day to stimulate the brain and re-experience this training. In doing so, Forbrain will progressively and continuously retrain and stimulate your brain.

Why use Forbrain?


Forbrain’s dynamic filter trains the brain to be more attentive improving not only attention but auditory processing and sensory integration.


Forbrain helps people to improve speech fluency, pronunciation, sound discrimination and rhythm, for clearer and more effective communication.


Forbrain helps people to improve short term memory, which impacts such skills as reading, writing and even chatting.

How it works?

Bone conduction

Bone conduction transmits the sound of your own voice 10 times faster and with greater clarity than air conduction.

Dynamic filter

The dynamic filter enhances specific frequencies of speech and constantly surprises the brain to increase memory, attention and sensory processing.L

Auditory Feedback Loop

Forbrain corrects the way you hear your own voice leading to better speech production and increased confidence.

Learn More About Forbrain

Air conduction canal

Sound starts its journey when captured by your outer ears, the two formations on either side of your head, travelling in air through several structures within the ear, then translated by your nervous system and your brain for use as information to live in the world.

In those with normal hearing, sound waves enter the outer ear, travel through the middle ear to the ossicles, three small bones, which transmit sound vibrations to the cochlea vestibule nerve in the inner ear.

The cochlea vestibule’s job is to convert these sounds into electrical impulses and send them along the auditory nerve to the brain.

Bone conduction canal

There is another fascinating way our body processes sound. Sound waves are also transmitted through the bones in our heads!

When our bones vibrate, sound is sent directly to the cochlea vestibule nerve in the inner ear. This sound transmission directly through our bones is similar to traveling through the eardrum and middle ear. This vibration also creates nerve impulses and connects sounds to our brains. This is called bone conduction!

In Forbrain® the amplified bone conduction and natural air conduction work with an individual’s voice to process information more clearly and understand communications better.

The audio-vocal loop or Auditory feedback loop

This is the natural process by which every individual perceives, analyses, assimilates and continuously adjusts the information individually received and produced through sound.

To function properly, this audio-vocal loop draws on the abilities of auditory discrimination, phonological awareness and integration of rhythm that each person activates effortlessly. These skills are natural to human function and go far beyond speech. They are necessary in all learning processes.

Why else does The Health Hub use bone conduction during treatment?

Not only does bone conduction enhance the auditory system and achieve the above benefits, but it also achieves faster outcomes in a shorter period of time.