Binaural Beats Demo

No spectrum visualisation available now
Primary Application
Audible
Source
Algorithm
For whom
People
This Audible IC is to demonstrate what binaural beats sound like. For this, you will need to use headphones. To begin, you will hear the same frequency in both ears. Then, the frequency in the Left ear will be reduced, while the frequency in the Right ear will remain the same. You will start hearing beats. The frequency of those beats will be equal to the difference between the two frequencies. For example, if the frequency in the Left ear is 90 Hz and the frequency in the Right ear is 100 Hz, then you will hear beats with a frequency of 10 Hz.


AG
May 08, 2020
Good innovation, You have to use good headphones or you won't hear the difference, thanks!
Hi Angel, yes, probably! I actually also tried without headphones on a desktop computer with built-in speakers and I also heard an effect. So, you can also try to just speakers.

Similar ICs
Audible Binaural beats with 35-45 Hz, which corresponds to the brain state - concentration. It starts at 35 Hz and moves to 45 Hz - faster beats. Gamma...
Audible Binaural beats with 0.5-4 Hz, which corresponds to the brain state - sleep. It starts at 4 Hz and moves to 0.5 Hz, slower beats. Delta brainwav...
Imprint Otitis-media is a group of inflammatory diseases of the middle ear. Its indications include ear inflammation and ringing in the ears, oversensitivi...
Audible Binaural beats with 8-12 Hz, which corresponds to the brain state - very relaxed, passive attention. It starts at 12 Hz and moves to 8 Hz, slower b...
Audible Binaural beats with 4-8 Hz, which corresponds to the brain state - deeply relaxed, inward-focused. It starts at 8 Hz and moves to 4 Hz, slower beat...