AMP Test

The Adaptive Music Perception (AMP) test is a a tool designed to assess important aspects of music perception in individuals with hearing loss. It is a computer-driven test that allows for the determination of discrimination thresholds across 10 low-level physical dimensions (e.g., duration, level) in the context of perceptual judgments about musical dimensions: meter, harmony, melody, and timbre.






To run the AMP v1.2 Files on Mac or PC, please click the icon below:






Documentation for running the AMP (last updated August 11, 2018)

AMP_documentation_v2 DOCX

AMP_documentation_v2 PDF


Kirchberger, M. J., & Russo, F. A. (2014). Development and validation of the Adaptive Test for the Assessment of Music Perception. Ear and Hearing, 36, 217-228.