Rapidly Learned Identification of Epileptic Seizures from Sonified EEG: A Demo

This is a demo on EEG sonification: listening to brain activity from brain waves that have been converted to sound.
Patients with epilepsy have seizures, which are diagnosed using electroencephalography (EEG) recordings.
We have turned EEG recordings of seizures and non-seizures (baseline activity) into musical compositions. Here are some examples of music made from seizures and non-seizures.

Instructions

Please listen to the example clips below and try to notice the difference between musical compositions derived from seizure activity versus baseline.

This is a seizure.
This is also a seizure.
This is also a seizure.
This is non-seizure baseline activity.
This is also non-seizure baseline activity.
This is also non-seizure baseline activity.

Reference

Loui, P., Koplin-Green, M., Frick, M., Massone, M. J. L. (2014). Rapidly Learned Identification of Epileptic Seizures from Sonified EEG. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8. PDF