May 21st, 2012

Quick track made with BeeOne series (standalone/VST). BEE is a shortcut for Brain Entrainment Entertainment.

This track is somewhat related to my other work in progress (research on singing bowls), and while it features multiple carrier and binaural beat frequencies - it is focused on certain aspects of my SBRS project (that I will not mention yet). Frequencies are randomly selected from specified ranges, but this randomnes is based on non-linear and algorithmic spread of end values.

I don't know how this track will work on you. I encourage you to find out through direct experience and interaction. From my perspective - this is just a quick experiment, that shows how quick and easy - an interesting brain entrainment track can be made in BeeOne. Track that represents not only "some frequencies" and concepts, but also - higher quality ouf the resulting soundscape. Production time c.a. 5-10 minutes.

I hope you enjoy this - short journey - your journey!


Where to find Bee?

Visit here:
there is also free app available, BeeFree.

...and read these tech specs,
according to which Bee was made:

...and see BeeOne in action:


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    ayamahambho 5 years, 9 months ago

    @SiSnr. Just in case you are going to cross wrong borderlines of good taste. You are refering to website under my management and software develped by me for me and my team. We have over 20 years of experience with soundwork (and electronics) for health and consciousness, so we are not some "kids playing with". Some of our productions are being considered (by listeners and beta testers) to be much better than stuff from Monroe Institute (and I mean stuff they use on their advanced courses) and Monroe Products. You can visit our workshops on sonic brain entrainment methods to learn more and to become pro. First schedules are planned for next year (Europe).
    Download demo of BeeOne here:
    Full version includes preset saving and VST plugin.

    And visit here:
    before you start making more jokes. ;-)

    Stop advertising these funny toys like gnuaural. :-)))
    I decided to develop BeeOne because I needed something real and pro.

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    SiSnr 5 years, 9 months ago

    You must be using the wrong software.. you can get a good binaural beat gen called 'gnaural' for free at sourceforge. Once you've produced the underlying binaural track, you can export it as a wav to add to a production in studio software. And the underlying binaural beat track doesn't pan or phase, as long as the binaural is in audible range, you're fine. There's plenty of literature out there to get more educated about how binaural beats/BEE tech works with the brain, and how the brain is succeptable to frequencies, but try to avoid the websites that are trying to sell you the software for information on it.. They really don't know what they're babbling on about. Trust me. ;)

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    ayamahambho 5 years, 9 months ago

    Keep in mind few things.

    1. Except "precise frequencies" there are frequency zones (both, for pitches and vibes), ratio zones for frequencies, coherence zones for gains and spatialization cues (pan, phase), and some other things, that go beyond harmonic series, resonances and brainwave ranges. Keep also in mind, that "sonic frequencies/vibes" is no the same thing as "brain frequencies"; otherwise you would be a robot with a bunch of simple switches. Brain responds to sound (and activities of consciousness), producing certain patterns, and these patterns may or may not share common spectral characteristics with sonic stimuli.

    2. If this track was considered as "professional" (a matter of taste), it would be a part of professional album; just visit our bandcamp website. This one is a "raw test export", that in terms of "sonic mood" - fits descriptive area, which can be described as "Meditatiive".

    3. Right now - our software uses so called "smart randomizer". Which means, that many things done randomly - in fact can fit precise expectations.

    4. There is another aspect of all this. On first place - it's just a sonic pattern, exported from technical signal generator. These sounds can be used for what some folks describe as "meditation".

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    SiSnr 5 years, 9 months ago

    So if the frequencies are picked at random, you really have no idea of the effect.. So how can you call it 'Meditation'? You would need to know which frequencies you have used from beginning to end. For example, a typical BEE track for meditation would use frequencies that are between 4-7Hz apart. To entrain the brain frequency to a Theta state. You would be most effective doing this by bringing the frequency down from an Alpha. Being vague with this kind of technology is unsafe. Please be more aware/descriptive of your use of it.


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