Our Life's Work

Your brain deserves the best.
We put our heart and souls into making brain.fm outstanding
- this is our purpose.
What is Brain.fm

Music designed for the brain to enhance focus, relaxation, meditation, naps are sleep within 10 - 15 minutes of use.

Who makes the music

We’ve invented an AI engine that composes all of the music. The AI has the brain of a neuroscientist and the heart of a musician.

Who are we

We are a collective of musicians, engineers, scientists and entrepreneurs obsessed with exploring and expanding music's relationship to the brain.

Science

We love and respect science, and proactively work alongside leading auditory neuroscientists to validate our findings.

We Believe

Music is the future of medicine
Music (and sound) are vastly underestimated as a tool for therapy and mental performance.
With brain.fm we embark on changing the world's perception of music.

Business can be a force for good
Brain.fm's purpose is to empower people's minds to achieve more

Transparency & Science
Big claims require even bigger piles of evidence.
We proactively work alongside leading
auditory neuroscientists to validate our findings.

Our Team

Dan Clark
Head of Engineering
Aaron Smyk
Head of Special Projects
Adam Hewett
CEO

Advisors

Dr. Benjamin Morillon
Cognitive neuroscientist leading research in auditory neuro-physiology. Ben published his last paper in Nature on Dynamic Attending Theory (a key foundation behind the science of brain.fm). His domain of expertise encompasses brain imaging, advanced signal processing and psychophysics.
Dr. Bernardo Cordovez
PhD in Mechanical engineering from Cornell University, specializing in biomedical and nanotechnology devices, under which he holds multiple patents.
Haroon F. Mirza
Haroon is the Managing Director & EIR at OneEleven, a post-seed tech accelerator based in Toronto, Canada. Prior to this, he was an EIR at OMERS Ventures, Director of Business Development - Anonymous Viewer Analytics at Intel, and was the Co-founder & CEO of CognoVision (acquired by Intel).
Eric Marcoullier
Eric dropped out of college in 1995 to start IGN.com, the largest video game web site on the planet. After IGN went public, Eric moved into videogame development, spending half a decade making video games. Afterward, he went back to his web roots, founding MyBlogLog (acquired by Yahoo!) and Gnip (acquired by Twitter). Currently, Eric is diving deep into artificial intelligence and virtual and augmented realities.
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