Inflated surfaces show the locations of False Discovery Rate-corrected group differences (Control > Amusia) in whole-brain connectivity (yellow crosses, minimum Z > 4.61), which were used as seeds in subsequent analyses (minimum Z > 3.57; warm colors indicate greater connectivity in the control than amusia participants). All four seed vertices were located in inferior frontal cortices (left inferior frontal gyrus, left DLPFC, right inferior frontal gyrus p. triangularis, and right inferior frontal gyrus p. orbitalis) (A) Significant group differences (Control > Amusia) in functional connectivity with left hemisphere seeds. The largest decreases in connectivity in the amusia group were located in right superior temporal plane and gyrus, the posterior middle temporal gyrus onto the inferior bank of the superior temporal sulcus, and anterior insula. (B) Significant group differences (control vs amusia) in functional connectivity with right hemisphere seeds. Prominent decreases in connectivity with the right inferior frontal gyrus in individuals with amusia were observed in the superior temporal plane and regions of occipital, frontal, and parietal cortex.