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Today's Apps Gone Free: Quick Drafts, Lexit, SmartPlayer And More - AppAdvice

Today's Apps Gone Free: Quick Drafts, Lexit, SmartPlayer And More - AppAdvice | binaural beats | Scoop.it
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It's able to attune your brain to desired states of mind by playing binaural and isochronic tones.
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Its refreshing to see that more is becoming available to the public for free. These actually look like some very good apps that I would normally pay for as well (like the thx one). Not a must read but very interesting none the less

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I-Doser Review | Premium Binaural Beats

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I-Doser has been a reliable supplier of binaural beats audio files for a long time. Read through our very own experiences with these digital drugs. We describe in detail what we experienced and even give doses grades.
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Wondering if anyone has ever tried this? The idea of digital drugs is kinda scary and might stretch the idea behind binaural beat technology a little bit far. 

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Binaural beats - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Binaural beats, or binaural tones, are auditory processing artifacts, or apparent sounds, caused by specific physical stimuli. This effect was discovered in 1839 by Heinrich Wilhelm Dove and earned greater public awareness in the late 20th century based on claims coming from the alternative medicine community that binaural beats could help induce relaxation, meditation, creativity and other desirable mental states. The effect on the brainwaves depends on the difference in frequencies of each tone: for example, if 300 Hz was played in one ear and 310 in the other, then the binaural beat would have a frequency of 10 Hz.[1][2]

The brain produces a phenomenon resulting in low-frequency pulsations in the amplitude and sound localization of a perceived sound when two tones at slightly different frequencies are presented separately, one to each of a subject's ears, using stereo headphones. A beating tone will be perceived, as if the two tones mixed naturally, out of the brain. The frequencies of the tones must be below 1,000 hertz for the beating to be noticeable.[3] The difference between the two frequencies must be small (less than or equal to 30 Hz) for the effect to occur; otherwise, the two tones will be heard separately, and no beat will be perceived.

Binaural beats are of interest to neurophysiologists investigating the sense of hearing.[4][5][6][7]

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There is a lot of speculation about what binaural beats can really do and which are clever marketers taking the public for a ride.. Like always, wikipedia offers some clean cut information on what it is that this technology is used for and how it works. 

 

Please read this first before going on some spending spree that will leave you in nothing but dissapointment. 

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