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Mind Music – Amplitude Modulation Effects and How They Work

I’m developing a new range of mind music tracks which, depending on the listener, may provide a more soothing alternative to isochronic tones and binaural beats, and some additional brainwave entrainment filters for an enhanced effect.  To begin with, these new tracks will be featured exclusively on the Mind Amend YouTube channel. What’s the difference […]

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binaural beats vs isochronic tones

Binaural Beats Vs Isochronic Tones

Binaural beats and isochronic tones are two different methods of producing brainwave entrainment, with audio and repetitive beats.  They are both used to stimulate and influence your brain’s electrical activity, and guide you to specific and more desired mental states. In this post I’m going to highlight the key differences between the two methods, and which

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How do isochronic tones work

Isochronic Tones – How They Work, the Benefits and the Research

Isochronic tones are a fast and effective audio-based way to stimulate your brain.  Among many of the benefits, they can help improve focus, relaxation, energy levels, sleep and more, without taking drugs or needing any special equipment. What isochronic tones essentially do, is guide your dominant brainwave activity to a different frequency while you are

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The benefits of increasing SMR brainwave activity

6 Benefits on Increasing SMR (12-15Hz) Brainwave Activity

When using brainwave entrainment stimulation, the SMR (Sensorimotor Rhythm) frequency range between 12-15Hz has many different potential benefits. #1 – Reduce feelings of anxiety and stress When you are experiencing feelings of anxiety and stress, you will usually be producing an elevated amount of higher beta activity, between 20-30Hz or higher.  Listening to the SMR frequencies

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