Rick Beato, an educator, and musician developed a music curriculum for his children that yielded astounding results! You can see for yourself in the video of Rick’s son, Dylan here:
Dylan not only demonstrates perfect pitch, but also the very rare ability to identify or re-create musical notes and/or chords by ear without the benefit of a reference tone. He also has exceptional memory capacity, advanced mathematical skills, and incredible foreign language aptitude.
But how….he’s so young!?
In order to understand how Dylan got to where he is now, it’s important to understand what major difference sets him apart from most kids his age. The answer is simple: music.
Babies are born with nearly 100 billion neurons ready to begin absorbing information and knowledge.
In the first 12 months of life, an infant’s brain is bustling with neuronal activity and makes several new connections every second. In fact, research shows that during this period of development, a baby’s brain makes around 700 new connections per minute!
This neuronal hyperactivity provides the foundation for experience-based learning (“plasticity”), beginning at around 12 months. During plasticity (12 months – 3 years), the grey matter in the brain increases by 147%, allowing for rapid learning.
This is a crucial time in brain development, dubbed by scientists as the window to “use it or lose it”, as research shows that the new neural connections thrive when properly stimulated, but are easily lost if under-stimulated.
WHAT IN THE WORLD? There’s already a great deal of pressure that comes with being a parent…now you have to worry about if you’re stimulating your baby’s new neuronal connections correctly? And for long enough? And with the right learning materials? Yikes.
Fortunately, there’s a new science supported app that’ll not only provide the proper neuronal stimulation but may very well set your baby on the path to genius.
What’s the secret?
High Information Music
Nuryl, an innovative infant brain-training app, delivers High Information Music™ designed to increase attention span, enhance memory formation, promote language development, and dramatically increase a child’s ability to process information. Research has shown that early music training correlates to advanced language skills with significant enhancements in pitch perception, reading skills, verbal working memory, and pattern recognition.
How It Works
Nuryl delivers daily music lessons tailored to the baby’s age. For babies still in the womb, music is delivered through belly earphones. For newborns and children up to 2 years of age, parents play Nuryl through the listening device of their choice while interacting with their baby. The app is updated monthly with new lessons and allows parents to track their baby’s progress.
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