It is no secret that artists and writers have been using music to induce creativity for centuries. Whether we paint, write, make music, or code, we all have a favorite playlist to get our creative juices flowing.
We get a number of emails from people asking how long it takes binaural beats to work before they buy, so I thought it was worth posting up on the blog on this topic.
The big debate in the brainwave entrainment world over the last two years has been are isochronic tones better than binaural beats – are they more effective than BBS at brainwave entrainment?. The short answer is no, but there are considerable differences between the two, which we will explore in this post.
For those who find it hard to concentrate on work or study, binaural beats are a breath of fresh air, providing a natural cure for an overactive mind, hyperactivity and general lack of being able to focus on a specific task for a noteworthy period of time.
If you’re buying Binaural Beats / brainwave entrainment music for the first time, I guess you might be wondering why the music costs more than standard music downloads bought from iTunes or other download stores. There are a number of good reasons for this. This type of music is quite different and offers more value in a number of ways.
When shopping around for binaural beats downloads, and brainwave entrainment music in general, there are 5 key things you should consider. In this post, we’ll run through what you should expect from the creators of the music, the quality of the music itself, and from the store and its customer service.