Marshall Chasin recently caught up with Wallace Sabine at a séance on a dark and stormy night for a “virtual” conversation about reverberation time.
Marshall Chasin explains that if you’re using Google Translate during your basic audiology assessment, you have to remember that translations may not be entirely accurate.
Based on his 35 years of working at the Musicians’Clinics of Canada (www.MusiciansClinics.com), Marshall Chasin writes “An Open Letter to Hard-of-Hearing Musicians”.
In this issue’s Back to Basics column, Marshall Chasin looks at “PCAST and the Confusion Over the Word ‘Basic’”
Marshall Chasin explains that while the Speech Intelligibility Index can provide information on the phonemes of a language, one needs to go beyond the phoneme to the word and the sentence as well.
Class is in session for this issue’s “Back to Basics as Professor Marshall Chasin tells us about “Linguistics 101 for Hearing Healthcare Professionals.”
Marshall Chasin tells us about “The Final Element.” That one last piece of the puzzle to optimize a hearing aid for music.
Inspired by a trip to the vet, Marshall Chasin explores the question of whether “In-Ear Monitors Need To Be Aimed at the Eardrum.”
Do you ever wonder what the best earphone for listening to music is? Marshall Chasin has the answers.
Inspired by a recently purchased home theatre system, Marshall Chasin uses his audiology training to deduce which was the AM antenna and which was the FM.