To date, most users rely on traditional stereo headphones to listen to binaural beats, either wired or Bluetooth, both of which are effective. However, a new type of headphone – bone conduction headphones – is becoming increasingly popular. But how do these headphones work, and are they compatible with listening to binaural beats.
In the realm of sound and its impact on the human mind and body, two terms often mentioned are binaural beats and solfeggio frequencies. These concepts share a connection through the use of frequencies, leading some individuals to mistakenly assume they are interchangeable. However, binaural beats and solfeggio frequencies are distinct phenomena with unique characteristics […]
When we talk about binaural beats, or tones, or brainwave entrainment as a whole, we’re simply taking about frequency, or frequencies. Unsurprisingly, most people don’t really know what this means.
The Solfeggio scale has become very popular in the last few years, with many turning to this ancient scale for its purported healing properties. We even use this scale to tune our instrumentation and complement the desired outcome of our wellbeing audios. But what is this scale and where does it come from?
When it comes to health and personal development, we all want fast results, we all want a short cut.
But everything has its limit, and not everything can be rushed. The short answer to how long should I listen to binaural beats is this.
The large majority of people prefer to listen to binaural beats music with some form of music overlay that masks the frequency track underneath.This is because listening to a pure tone isn’t to everyone’s taste. However, some people do enjoy the hypnotic properties of the naked tone, and some purists may argue that this is how binaural beats should be listened to.