Thanks for your compliment on my article. 🙂 There are some frequency lists which reference and quote some links to metabolism, but I don’t know how effective or reliable that information is. One of the good things but also a drawback of this technology is how accessible it is to use and create tracks. That makes it unattractive for big companies to invest in large-scale research because it’s hard to patent and protect any product they produce based on the research. As soon as they released the frequency data, people like me would produce free videos and cheap MP3s to utilise the research, so they wouldn’t be able to get a good return on their research investment. So to try and gain some insight into what is working for people, at the moment, we are relying upon assessing anecdotal feedback in many areas. Before buying any products/tracks for increasing metabolism, I would look for and try out free videos on YouTube first, to try and gauge how those particular tracks and frequencies work for you.
Also, don’t you think that the inherent hemispheric synchronization using binaural beats might be a positive benefit within itself? While it’s true that the huge majority of us use both sides of our brains most of the time, it’s also true that many of us are a bit polarized to one side or the other in general, or when doing a particular kind of activity or focus. I’ve found stimulating a more equally and consistently whole brain activity has it’s own benefits other than the entrainment aspect.
Different people have different requirements when it comes to frequency changes in the music and it's quite impossible for us to anticipate them all. We would need to produce so many different variants of all our music productions that it would be impractical to manage and confusing for our customers. For example, if we were to start raising the frequency from theta up to alpha between the 50-60 minute mark of a piece of music, this would be useless to someone who used the music for a guided meditation that was only 45 minutes long. In the early stages of the development of our brainwave entrainment music we had so many different requests from different people that we could only opt for the simplest solution, which is to use a consistent frequency throughout. It might not be the absolute "perfect ideal", but this is still a very effective technique and the feedback we've received on our brainwave entrainment music has always been exceptionally positive.

Thanks for the coupons, I had originally looked into these cd’s after my doctor recommended them, but my mom wound up buying them for me for Christmas (she didn’t know about the coupons I had!) Anyway just listened to Equisync II today for the first time, I was in such a state as to where I didn’t know if I’d fallen asleep or not! I hadn’t but was in such an amazing place.
Brainwave entrainment is clearly NOT an effective standalone treatment for mental illness, but it may be an effective adjunct treatment in certain individuals. It should also be mentioned that when using brainwave entrainment, you may want to have a specific purpose in mind. If your goal is to relax, yet you’re using a protocol that is stimulating, you may falsely conclude that it doesn’t work even though you’re using the wrong protocol.
Chronic fatigue: Subjective improvements in energy level may be reported by those who increase stimulatory beta and gamma waves. Fast waves tend to be associated with higher levels of arousal. Low arousal is associated with chronic fatigue and may be exacerbated by slow brain waves (e.g. theta and delta). As of now there aren’t any studies that have analyzed various protocols for their effect on a person’s energy or arousal.
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Proceedings of the 9th Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology – CIM14. Berlin, Germany 2014 nature (birds and wind) while the second group listened to theta binaural  sound  waves.  Both  groups  listened  to  the  stimulus through headphones.  During  the  experiment, participants  were monitored with  the  Neurosky Mindwave  Interface, which  was connected through Processing to a Max Patch that saved all  the data in a  ‘.csv’  file.  Before  the stimulus, a baseline  EEG  took place and the participants answered the “Trait” part of the STAI test and a pre-experiment “State” version of the test. After the experiment,  participants  answered  a  post-experiment  “State” STAI  and  a  post-experiment  EEG  also  took  place.  Each experiment was  developed with  one participant  at a  time in  a controlled  environment.  American  Psychological  Association Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct 2002 were followed.   6. MATERIALS • Herman Miller chair  • Neurosky Mindwave Interface   • Maximum Voltage – 1mV   • Maximum radiofrequency Range (Bluetooth) 10m   • Maximum transference rate through RF – 250kb/s   • Sample rate – 512Hz   • Battery cycle – 6-8h • MacBook Pro 7. SOFTWARE • Processing 1.5.1 • Microsoft Excel • Max 6 • Braintocsv V1.5: Application developed in Max 6 by Santiago Rentería,  which  collates  data  gathered  from  the  Mindwave interface into a ‘.csv’ file.  8. DOCUMENTS • STAI questionnaire (Annex 2) • STAI “Trait”: Measures anxiety as a temporal state. • STAI “State”: Measures anxiety based on how  people feel  on a daily basis. • Consent Letter  (Annex 3) 9. CONTROL ENVIRONMENT Recording  Studio  Control  Room  located  at  Instituto Tecnológico  y  de Estudios  Superiores  de Monterrey,  Campus Santa Fe. Fixed temperature at 22ºC and acoustically isolated.  10. STIMULI • Experimental group – Binaural Theta frequencies  • Control group – Nature environmental sounds  11. PROCEDURE • The participant is asked to read and sign a consent letter. • A pre-experimental  three-minute encephalogram is taken and the participant is required to answer State and Trait STAI tests. • The  corresponding stimulus is  played during  ten minutes and an EEG is taken.  • The State STAI test is answered and a post-experiment EEG is taken.  12. VISUAL DATA  ANALYSIS The stimuli took place from second 180 to second 774. (Graphs in Annex 1)   12.1 Theta The  significant  time  range was  from second  3  to second  948. The  most  significant  moments were  the following:  (see annex A1.5) s = 189; p = 0.014; t = 1.025 s = 495; p = 0.002; t = -1.923 s = 780; p = 0.001; t = -2.349  12.2 Meditation The significant time range was from second 240 to second 912. The  most  significant  moments were  the following:  (see annex A1.3) s = 240;  p = 0.042;  t = .0.685 s = 522;  p = 0.013;  t = 0.546 s = 702;  p = 0.016;  t = 0.897  12.3 Delta The significant  time range was  from second 12  to second 954. The  most  significant  moments were  the following:  (see annex A1.10) s = 177; p = 0.046; t = 1.696 s = 627; p = 0.016; t = -1.366 s = 912; p = 0.007; t = 1.758  12.4 Attention The significant time range was from second 243 to second 870. The  most  significant  moments were  the following:  (see annex A1.11) s = 243; p = 0.021; t = 0.672 s = 513; p = 0.005; t = 0.722 s = 753; p = 0.017; t = 0.383  12.5 STAI Variations were  found in STAI-State pre-experiment and  post-experiment: • Control group results rose from 19 to 21 • Experimental group results decreased from 20 to 15. Variations between both groups were found in the STAI –Trait:  • Experimental  group with a  score of 32  in  STAI-T test outran control group by 4 points 13. RESULT ANALYSIS Samples  were analyzed  every three  seconds.  They were  later statistically distributed  according to the T-student test in  order to find differences between both groups.  For this experiment, the significant p value was p<0.05, this means that the probability is less than 5%  T-student detailed analysis: •  The  meditation  value  is  similar  in  both  groups,  (see  graph A1.3). T-student  function shows less significant  points for this parameter.  This means  both stimuli  induced relaxation  to  the participants.  • Theta values are  higher  in  the control group, especially after second  510  (see  graph  A1.5)  almost  at  the  middle  of  the stimulus.  •  STAI  “State” post-experiment  results  from the  experimental group  are  higher  than  the  control.  Therefore,  theta  binaural frequencies were  more effective as an  anxiolytic stimulus. (see graphs A1.1 and A1.2) • Delta  values  are higher after second  285 in  the control  group (see  graph  A1.10).  This  indicates  deep  sleep  and  losing  of consciousness  over  the  body  (unconscious  relaxation).  It  is highly possible that the participant fell asleep or got  to the first stages of sleep.   • There is a significant difference in delta between experimental and  control  groups  after  second  870  (post-stimulus).  For  the 

Generally speaking, the brain will usually entrain to the strongest stimulus which would be isochronic tones over binaural beats. So when you see people add binaural beats at a different frequency to the isochronic tones, that would not produce additional brainwave entrainment at another frequency. If they are both at the same frequency I haven’t seen any research to indicate whether that would be beneficial or not, but my belief is that it would weaken the potential for entrainment. When you look at the waveform of an isochronic tone there is a distinct empty space between each beat, making it very pronounced and effective. When you add binaural beats at the same frequency it looks like this: http://www.mindamend.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/isochronic-tones-binaural-beats-combined-waveform.jpg. The depth of the waveform is now half as deep and less effective. This is before the binaural beats are formed inside your head, where the waveform is hard to determine and measure. From listening to that type of combination the beats sound much less pronounced, which has to make them much less effective in terms of a brainwave entrainment stimulus, compared to isochronic tones on their own.
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Together with Sun, Anabel managed to stun Blacephalon long enough to throw a Poké Ball at it, but Blacephalon immediately breaks out, confirming that regular Poké Balls do not work on Ultra Beasts. Blacephalon retaliates by using Mind Blown on the group, forcing Anabel to get everyone out of the way. Anabel and the others are saved by Tapu Bulu, the guardian deity of Ula'ula Island, who used a large gust of wind to blow both Blacephalon and its attack far away. As Sun and Moon feed a Mirage Berry to Tapu Bulu to befriend it, Anabel speculates that there must be a man hiding in Alola capable of making Poké Balls that are able to capture Ultra Beasts.
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