reply to post by buddha
Brainwaves are too low to hear so we use binaurals to "trick" the brain into hearing the frequencies by using one tone in one ear (say 100Hz) and
another in the other (say 107.83) and the brain perceives the difference.
The "100" and "107" can be any frequency, and is called the "Carrier Wave", and I use ones IN TUNE with the music AND the brainwave frequency, or at
least not dissonant. Say the song is in G, i'll use a G note at 192.4Hz as the carrier. Actually that's not true. I use the 5th in the scale most
times, for music theory and mixing reasons that you may or may not get, but anyhoo...
If you search "Gnaural", it's a free program for binaurals. Download and instal it, then read the "help" section - it seriously took me 5 minutes to
learn. Then you can experiment for yourself. I like to use a an A432 C# Om as the carrier for the Schumann sometimes. Nice results.
As I mentioned I provide vibro-acoustic therapy, so I use a Low-Frequency Tactile Transducer System. That's what I use for the "bass" - it's actually
"infrasonic", below bass. You FEEL the tones, not hear them.
There was a company making the systems and wanted me to do their tracks, as their producers were out-of-state. The owner fell ill and passed before I
could work with them, so I built my own. Their systems were zero-ravity lounge chairs in the thousands $ wise, and not really necessary. Now that they
are gone, I am the only one in Illinois providing Vibro-Acoustic therapy, other than a sensory depravation tank center that has one of the company's
systems. As they can't get new tracks from them anymore (and i've been friends with the owners for decades) I suppose they'll be using my session
tracks soon there as well.
Not to toot my own horn, but as a multi-instrumentalist and a producer, my tracks are superior to others on many levels, most importantly ensuring NO
DISSONANCE and proper frequencies for Chakras, not some theory based on man-made crap like the piano keyboard or the Earth's circumference as some do
(in what, miles? inches? are we in metric here? lol)
Now for a trick of my trade for you guys.
You can find how-to's on converting a subwoofer into a transducer, but for the time and money, you can search Amazon and you know what you'll find?
Gaming and home theater systems. Your kid may have one clamped to his desk chair, so he doesn't keep you up at night while gaming.
That's right, many people have Low Frequency Therapy systems already installed in their home or car. They just don't use them properly, and bombard
themselves with explosions in games and movies, and Kanye's 808 drops. When shopping for these, check the technical stats, and find one with a
frequency range lower than 20Hz. Some go down to 5Hz! But for Parkinsons, they used 30Hz in studies, and it was just fine, improving motor skills and
relieving pain. I'm putting together a system for a client with Parkinsons that will cost under $100.
After a talk i gave, someone asked my "intentions". I said dude I just gave you free information for 90 minutes. DO IT YOURSELF. You probably won't,
and decide to pay someone, and I will tell you why I'm your best bet for your dollar. I did the work, it took me months, and if you want it, time is
money. And I'm not trying to take anyone else's business away from them, but there are still systems out there in the thousands price-wise, and tracks
that aren't good for you, and I just want people to know, you CAN do it yourself!
edit on 7-12-2013 by KAOStheory because: (no reason given)