reply to post by SeenAlot
decent binaural beats don't require loops or sound effects. I used to use brainwave generator that would make a 20-40-60-etc minute long audio file.
It was generated so no loops.
Worked great. I wish I still had it.
A bit like iDoser but without the ignorant baloney to 'sell' it. You cannot achieve an affected state of mind as they describe.
As it is these days I sleep with simple ambient trance.. till I start to sleep then turn it off.
I'm the same as you, any noticeable repetition, and I instantly perk up again because of it. I stopped using an app on my tabled that has a whole
range of sound effects in a loop, and it's brilliant for background noise saturation, but not for deep sleep.
Relax and Sleep or something.. has a sheep as the app icon.
Binaural beats though, are great things to alter your state of mind.
Ohhhh this reminds me, as I'm re-learning c++ I think I might have to convert my vb6 goggle flashing program to c++. Synchronised flashing right and
left eye pieces to the frequency of the binaural beats.
The leds make a world of difference. I just don't see the point in paying hundreds for a machine to do it when I can build something to plug into an
unused parallel port and apply minimal coding for the same effect.
snap, a todo for tomorrow.