How it works, the structure, how it's related to sound
What happens in the Middle Ear?
What happens in the Inner Ear?
The inner ear is probably the most remarkably intricate piece of the body. It makes hearing possible by converting sound into electrical impulses that then travel along the hearing nerve to the brain. In the cochlea has tiny hairs which has been transformed into electric nerves from the fluid and then the nerves get sent into the brain which then the brain understands and there you have your sound.