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  1. The whole point is that we do not hear the sound itself, but only perceive it through neural connections. Music, penetrating through the eardrums, is transformed into an electrical signal that is transmitted through neurons, reaches the part of the brain that is conditionally responsible for sound, and there we perceive it. The chain of neurons that was involved – it is fixed, it can be recalled. Therefore, when we “hear” music from memory, there is no sound wave as such, the music is “played” by the code of neurons from memory.

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