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  1. Default Are there any Online Communities that revolve around Isochronic Tones, specifically?

    Hi, I'm new. I mean, are there forums that strictly discuss the science of brainwave entrainment?

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    Default Re: Are there any Online Communities that revolve around Isochronic Tones, specifical

    Welcome!

    Other than support for the MP products, that's what this forum's all about!
    We have a dedicated forum for such discussions:
    http://mindplacesupport.com/forum/fo...The-Mind-Place

    Here's a few topics to get you started!
    http://mindplacesupport.com/forum/sh...ochronic-Tones
    http://mindplacesupport.com/forum/sh...nes-to-session
    http://mindplacesupport.com/forum/sh...ochronic-tones
    -Andy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unbekannt View Post
    Hi, I'm new. I mean, are there forums that strictly discuss the science of brainwave entrainment?
    Please be aware that the term "binaural beats" has evolved to blanket almost all forms of audio entrainment. I would say that 95% of what is called "binaural beats" are really isochronic tones, monaural beats, or some kind of other spacial sound modulation. Download the headphone Testing Utility https://www.dropbox.com/s/erfzs3746m...ility.mp3?dl=0 and try the test on what is claimed to be "binaural beats" If you can hear a beat or pulse in eather stereo side, it is not a binaural beat.

    There is a huge following on Reddit for binaural beats, only modest or small for other forms of entrainment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeV View Post
    Please be aware that the term "binaural beats" has evolved to blanket almost all forms of audio entrainment. I would say that 95% of what is called "binaural beats" are really isochronic tones, monaural beats, or some kind of other spacial sound modulation. Download the headphone Testing Utility https://www.dropbox.com/s/erfzs3746m...ility.mp3?dl=0 and try the test on what is claimed to be "binaural beats" If you can hear a beat or pulse in eather stereo side, it is not a binaural beat.

    There is a huge following on Reddit for binaural beats, only modest or small for other forms of entrainment.
    Oh, I know... I think it's to take away from the fact that our brains can be so easily entrained. Is there a good place where users can share their tones and experiences, techniques, etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by unbekannt View Post
    Is there a good place where users can share their tones and experiences, techniques, etc?
    Right here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    To be perfectly honest, I think that my threads would be sticking out like a sore thumb... I would like to have discussions on EEG patterns and very specific frequencies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unbekannt View Post
    To be perfectly honest, I think that my threads would be sticking out like a sore thumb
    Not at all.
    What do you have to lose?
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    Quote Originally Posted by unbekannt View Post
    To be perfectly honest, I think that my threads would be sticking out like a sore thumb... I would like to have discussions on EEG patterns and very specific frequencies.
    There are many BWE nerds here! What EEG do you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeV View Post
    There are many BWE nerds here! What EEG do you use?
    I don't currently own one but I was looking into getting one for perhaps several hundred bucks. OpenBCI, perhaps. It would be truly awesome to try out my custom made tones with an EEG.

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    I have the Emotiv Epoc. Their Insight headset will do well as it includes a CZ placement where entrainment is usually measured. A lot of folks use the Muse, which puts the placements on the prefrontal cortex. The Neurosky has limited raw data available, but makes up or it with a pretty accurate algorithm to determine brainwave states.

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