A tactile sound device with multiple frequency ranges applied to multiple parts of the body will help cochlear implant and hearing aid users enjoy a superior experience of music by deconstructing the sound spectrum and enabling the user to reconstruct it using the sense of touch applied to multiple parts of the body. The primary group to benefit will be younger cochlear implant users because tactile senses diminish with aging, and cochlear implants with their multiple channels are superior to hearing aids for discriminating frequencies.