Well think about it, your breath has a rhythm to it, doesn't it? Your heartbeat has a rhythm to it? And your brain has a rhythm to it as well. And if it is working in rhythm with its environment it works much better ...period!
Have you ever tried to dance with bad music, or listen to a bad singer (my father is highly qualified at this)?
The right music can make a vast improvement on how someone reads. The right music can help keep the brain in rhythm. Conversely, the wrong music can throw a student off rhythm.
Reading Genius® makes extensive use of music. It is specially designed music, music that sounds great (we'll put up a sample soon) and uses highly advanced brainwave technology developed by Dr. Jeffrey Thompson, Director of California Institute of Brain Mind Research.
In addition to using brainwave technology to help the student go into the proper state, Reading Genius® uses no less than 14 unique instrumental songs by such diverse groups of musicians such as Dr. Steven Halpern (www.innerpeacemusic.com), Ken Davis (www.kendavismusic.com) and Denver Clay (www.fiddlegirl.com/band.html).
Some pieces of music are intense to match the exercise...others relaxed and others simply provide a stimulating yet peaceful background environment to not only keep the reader in "tune" but also drown out potential distracting noise.
The bottom line is that music can certainly make a big difference. It aids in concentration, recall, and peace of mind. The Reading Genius® course using some of the most advanced music available is one of many reasons why it's The Planet's Most Advanced Reading Course.