Exposure to audio stimulation while performing mental tasks can boost people’s emotions, awareness, and cognitive processing. However, not all types of audio stimulation provide a beneficial effect, depending on the sound’s characteristics. This research book discovers the effect of classical Mozart’s Sonata music K448 and pure white noise on adult visual memory performance based on brain responses and behavioral data. This research book consists of five main chapters that describe the research overview, history of audio stimulation study, methodology, discussion on findings, and summary of works. A detailed experimental framework and design can be found in this book, which can help the reader learn the steps taken in acquiring EEG signals, processing the raw EEG signal, extracting brain features, and analyzing the result. The research output aids the reader in selecting the appropriate audio stimulation for visual memory and understanding the association between brain activities and behavioral data. This research book is suitable for all readers because the content is written in such a way that the terms used can be easily understood.