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Binaural beat meditation

 
Anonymous Coward
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12/01/2012 12:35 AM
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Binaural beat meditation
I made myself a meditation track using binaural beats, also known as brain entrainment, along with some background music. The entrainment starts at 15 Hz and drops to 7.5Hz after 8 minutes, which is a frequency related to deep meditation state. The whole session is just under 20 minutes and I would love any feedback on making it better or personal experiences using it.

[link to discussyourmind.com]

Thanks for anyone interested in taking the time to respond.
InquisitorDYM (OP)

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12/01/2012 12:40 AM
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Re: Binaural beat meditation
Oh... and you need headphones for it to work properly.
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12/01/2012 12:41 AM
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Re: Binaural beat meditation
Sorry.
It sounds like elevator music.
firmament

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12/01/2012 03:30 AM

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Re: Binaural beat meditation
I made myself a meditation track using binaural beats, also known as brain entrainment, along with some background music. The entrainment starts at 15 Hz and drops to 7.5Hz after 8 minutes, which is a frequency related to deep meditation state. The whole session is just under 20 minutes and I would love any feedback on making it better or personal experiences using it.

[link to discussyourmind.com]

Thanks for anyone interested in taking the time to respond.
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Tried it this morning, worked good for me, very relaxing.
Thanks OP and 5 for sharing your work.
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12/01/2012 03:37 AM
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Re: Binaural beat meditation
What program did you use to make this? JC, I haven't listened to it, but I've been messing with DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations) and DJ programs for a couple of years now... I personally found the Operator oscillator in Ableton to be effective in producing a binaural beat...

But tbh, isochronic tones are where it's at... It's the same effect of brain entrainment as binaural gives you, except you can fill a room with the noise instead of depending on headphones...

Isochronic depends on slightly offset frequencies, but they pulse in a rythmic way that lets them reverb/refract/reflect around a room so as to be filling it at the right times and while not crushing the overhead or muddying other channels (personally I just use the oscillators, i hate having to add the drums and crap to 'get a beat').

Did you take two oscillators, pan one left and one right, and detune (or offset the phase, not sure which really worked 'better') one by about 10 cents?
somebody
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12/01/2012 03:39 AM
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Re: Binaural beat meditation
Also did you bother channel stripping? I literally just clicked through maybe 10 seconds of your song but the deeper 'kick' drum (I want to call it...) sounds like it might be adding up in your low ends a bit...? Did you limit/normalize the output?
InquisitorDYM (OP)

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12/01/2012 08:28 PM
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Re: Binaural beat meditation
I am pretty noob when it comes to making audio tracks. I made the background music in an audio program and then added the Binaural along with the soundtrack in Neural Programmer.

I like isochronic tones as well but find that its harder to make them less distracting. Also I like using headphones to block out outside noise. If interested I can quickly make one with isochronic tones for comparison.

Thanks for the feedback so far. I really appreciate it.
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12/01/2012 08:43 PM

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I love that stuff, and though I haven't made up any of my own personal ones, as you did, I listen to them a lot. My present regimen is just before I sleep, and into sleep, using the isotones and binaurals geared to pineal development. I also like the ones for concentration and brain-power enhancement, of which I find myself in dire need lately. Here's looking forward to trying yours and keep up the good work!
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InquisitorDYM (OP)

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12/01/2012 09:19 PM
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Re: Binaural beat meditation
Here is the same thing using Isochronic Tones instead. No headphones are required for entrainment.

[link to discussyourmind.com]

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