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Human hearing depends on a combination of cognitive and sensory processes that function by means of an interactive circuitry of bottom-up and top-down neural pathways, extending from the cochlea to the cortex and back again. Given that similar neural pathways are recruited to process sounds related to both music and language, it is not surprising that the auditory expertise gained over years of consistent music practice fine-tunes the human auditory system in a comprehensive fashion,doi:10.1525/mp.2011.29.2.133 pmid:22993456 pmcid:PMC3444167 fatcat:kvtzpoejbvcfxh7bnkjjlxza44