You cannot hear the frequencies naturally that they are replicating for you with the beats by crossing different sounds and getting a new frequency
thus "binaraul beats". They require head phones for use
relating to sound recorded using two microphones and usually transmitted separately to the two ears of the listener.
They work. I once had a tooth ache so bad that i could not actually eat even a banana. It was right in the front too, of all placed. I listened, out
of desperation for something as I do not do drugs, to this. Specifically one even labeled for such pain. I kid you not..within 30 seconds..the pain
vanished. Placebo? I don't think so as I had no reason to believe what i was listening to was going to bring any sort of relief.
Why it works?
We are energy and the pulses interact with your cells, stimulating them with the energy these frequencies give off. As everything is energy, so to,
originally posted by: dashen
its used in movies, tv shows, radio, background in youtube videos, the news.
its downright everywhere
Well, you can't really get a binaural effect from those... maybe you mean subliminal?
Binaural beats, as they were officially known, utilise the slight difference in a tone... to create a resonant beat within your brain, which can tune
your brain frequency to it. Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta... for sleep, relaxation, alertness, learning and so on.
I used to make my own ranges with a thing called BrainWave Gen, long ago. Simple tones, one played to each ear via headphones, earbuds, that are just
offset to create the frequency. so, say a tone of 100hz is played in the left ear, and 105hz is played in the right ear, you have a frequency
difference of 5hz. simple description, but the point is, you can't get it from an external audio source.
And they work. I find lower frequencies so relaxing...
this is a theta binaural beat video. Again, it needs headphones. the left and right are separate, but here it is combined from speakers. You can test
that by muting one or the other balance.
But this video is one I really find works, as it brings the frequency slowly down. And he described the process.
I find that with music it is distracting.
And people have started to use the term binaural for other things, like asmr videos.. they are wonderful to get tingles, and I listen to them a lot.
But it is not really binaural. well it is in both ears, but confusing to people who don't know the difference...
asmr binaural (some may just find it ultra annoying, asmr is tightly related to misophonia) but I can listen to certain whispering sounds for ever..
I was first introduced to this effect when I was .. maybe 15. or 16. As a christmas present, I got these weird glasses that connected to a small box
and had headphones. The lights would flash in sync with the beating noises, and literally take you into amazing visuals.. I made a similar thing years
ago, that connected to the lpt2 port of my old laptop, that would do the same.
It helped that at the time, when I came home on xmas eve, I was... lets just say Lucy was with me..
but been fascinated ever since. to this day, I still want one of these...
But you can get a similar effect if you use android and dont mind having the phone bunged on your face haha
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