With decades of research, grants from NASA and the NIH, it's far more than ‘just music’.

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How it began

In 1998, weeks after composing the icon T-Mobile ringtone, Lance Massey (composer of the T-Mobile ringtone) turned to Seth Horowitz (Brown neuroscience professor) with a question: “Can we alter the brain with sound?”

20 years of research later with grants from NASA (to help astronauts sleep in space) and the DOD (we can’t talk about that one) the answer: absolutely.

"We had one patient who was so nervous he was vomiting… for a routine cleaning! We got him set up and by the end of the appointment he was laughing and joking. Usually we would have given him two Halcyon pills - leaving him basically knocked out. Instead we gave him only one Halcyon along with Driftwood and were able to talk with him, walk him through his treatment plan, and let him drive home. I've never seen anything like this." Megan Kottman DDS

What's included with each kit


Each Driftwood Kit comes with a tablet which integrates with the neurofeedback EEG, headphones, and the Driftwood webapp. This setup allows your patients to do 95% of the setup on their own, keeping your staff free to do their jobs.

Neurofeedback EEG

Each Driftwood Kit comes with a neurofeedback EEG headset to learn what therapies most help your patients. During a patient's Neuroprint we test to see which tones and patterns generate the most effect to customize the patient's therapy.

Web based app

Rather than make you remember to update your apps, your kit comes with the Driftwood webapp, a web based application that looks like a regular app yet automatically updates itself.

Docking station

Each Driftwood Kit comes with a custom-built docking station with integrated charging - one plug to charge them all. Also, the hardware can run all day without needing to be charged.

At night just plug the hardware into the docking station, plug the docking station into the wall, and by morning you'll be good to go.

"We had one patient who, the minute she saw a needle, started to cry. We put her in the Driftwood system and within a few minutes had calmed down and got through her procedure without problems." Amber, dental assistant

A team of people and decades of research

The brains behind the science: Seth Horowitz

With an IQ of 192 and decades of neuroscience research into aural stimulation, ecolocation, and the only man to acquire an allergy to bullfrong urine (bullfrogs give fantastic insight into hearing), Dr. Horowitz designs the neurosensory algorithms that help patients. He is also the author of The Universal Sense: How Hearing Shapes the Mind with his work featured on NPR, Wired, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Business Insider.

The art behind the brains: Lance Massey

Growing up, Lance had a vision: to have his work be played more than the Beetles. Little did he know he’d achieve it with the iconic da-da-da-di-da of the T-Mobile ringtone and be branded by Maxim magazine as "The Most Annoying Man in the World". Lance takes Seth’s neurosensory algorithms and makes them a pleasure to listen to.

Dr Katie Vincer-Sears
"It's UAH-MAZING new technology that's going to change dentistry!!!!" Katie Vincer-Sear DDS

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The solution for dentists who want their patients and their production to be happy.