Hammers, labyrinths, snails, and tympanis! Welcome to the strangest part of your body, the inner ear. Celebrate the magic of sound with the many parts of your inner ear. The eardrum transmits sounds from the air to the ossicles. The ossicles transmit and amplify sound pressure to the cochlea. The cochlea is the part of the labyrinth that looks like a snail and converts sound pressure to electrochemical signals that the brain can interpret. So listen up! Get some ear gifts here.