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If you are a massive music fan, you will probably want to brainwash your child with your taste at the earliest possible opportunity.
Well, now you can play them Tame Impala before they have even left the womb.
New technology allows mums-to-be to insert a speaker into their vagina to give their unborn child its own personal sound system.
It is called the Babypod vaginal speaker and was designed in Spain.
The device attaches to an MP3 player and while there are lots of speaker systems to put around your abdomen already on the market, this is the first that is inserted internally.
Babypod is a device that stimulates before birth through music. With Babypod, babies learn to vocalise from the womb.
The developers say there is no risk to the baby as batteries and bluetooth are not needed.
The volume is also limited to 54 decibels, which is about the same level as a washing machine.
There are various theories about whether unborn babies respond to music.
But the people behind the Babypod carried out tests which they say prove that foetuses do indeed respond.