Binaural Beats

Pure tones played together hinder each other when they are close in pitch but not identical. When each tone is distributed to a different ear, there will not be any physical interaction between your waves, yet your brain still creates an interference inside your head: the so-called binaural beat. In order to create a binaural beat, each ear must receive its dedicated signal. Therefore, binaural Beats only sort out headphones.

Most binaural beat generators on the Internet use two carriers: one for each ear. We use 10 of them instead, creating the most complex beating patterns ever produced online! We use the purest sine waves generated from a professional test tone generator, ensuring the clearest and deepest beats.

Activating the motion feature ever-changes the beating patterns, entraining various brainwaves frequencies one after the other. Have a try!

Anything to the purist here. This binaural beat generator offers ten carrier frequencies, but humans just have two ears! Therefore, carriers with this generator will produce amplitude-modulated beating patterns inside each tracks. This is not necessarily bad, as it increases the perception of the overall beating pattern, and helps our brain get closer the binaural beat. This explains why this generator produces stronger beats than any other available. If you are looking to get a pure binaural beat generator instead - one without any intra-aural interference but a weaker stimulus - try our Harmonic Binaural Beat Generator; its carriers happen to be set to distant frequencies, in order to suppress any amplitude modulation between carriers.
Brain Waves (brainwaves) Entrainment

Brainwaves are electrical activity patterns brought on by the neurons of the brain communicating with each other. Brainwaves can be detected using sensitive medical equipment such as an EEG. They provide an indication from the mental state of an individual.

Brainwaves are separated into four main categories: the Delta waves, when deep sleep occurs; the Theta waves, connected with a state of somnolence and reduced consciousness; the Alpha waves, while we are in a state of both mental and physical relaxation; and the Beta waves, emitted when we're consciously alert, or once we feel agitated or tense.

Brainwave frequencies are in the range of 0.1 to 4 (Delta), 4 to 7 (Theta), 7 to 13 (Alpha) and 13 to 60 (Beta) cycles per second (Hz).

Brainwave entrainement (or synchronization), aims to result in our brainwave frequencies to get into step with a periodic stimulus having a frequency corresponding to the intended brain-state. This can be, for example, to induce sleep. This article uses binaural Beats as auditory stimuli.


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