After getting numerous requests from more experienced users, I've created a new Single Brainwave Frequency entrainment tracks, which will target a specific frequency using isochronic tones without any ramps.
There are differing opinions in the brainwave entrainment community as to whether using ramps is better, or if just using a single frequency is more effective and easier to reach and guide your brainwaves to.
A common opinion is that ramps makes it easier for less experienced users to reach lower frequencies. This is why I have used ramps in most of my previous brainwave entrainment sessions.
Brainwave Entrainment Sessions Using Ramps
With most of my previous isochronic tones tracks, the session often begins at around 10Hz to 12Hz, then ramps up or down to the target brainwave frequency. This is a common brainwave entrainment technique, designed to help the user reach a target frequency.
The theory with this method is that it may be easier to guide your brainwaves to a higher of lower frequency, by entraining your brainwaves to a frequency closer to your current mental state first. Then from there, the tones frequency is changed and your brainwaves follow along in step with them to your target frequency. 10-12Hz is on the border between Alpha and Beta and a common place to begin a session.
Here's an example of a typical brainwave entrainment session using ramps, which starts at 10Hz and ramps upwards to the target frequency of 18Hz:
How The Single Brainwave Frequency Tracks Work
With these single frequency tracks the sessions will begin and end at the same frequency. Here's an example snapshot of the 5Hz session:
So far, this single brainwave frequency category has two products:
Each product in this category will have a ‘Just Tones' version without any music, plus a selection of additional tracks with a choice of different soundtracks.
I will be adding more products to this category as time goes on and feature products for Delta, Alpha, Beta and Gamma as well.
Please let me know what you think and any feedback or recommendations you would like to share.