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The Entrainment Technology of This Program

This Program is capable of producing all known forms of audio and visual entrainment, including isochronic tones, monaural & binaural beats, modulations, filters and screen flashing. This Program can even connect to AudioStrobe glasses for focused photic stimulation.

Below are explanations for some of the methods available:

Binaural Beats
The most well known form of brainwave entrainment is binaural beats, where a slightly different tone is presented into each ear. When pure tones are mixed together, their waveforms add and subtract from one another, resulting in a pulse. In the case of binaural beats, the two tones are mixed by the brain itself (one in each ear). The pulses, called “beats,” formed by mixing these tones are what cause entrainment to occur.

Monaural Beats
Monaural beats are based on the same concept as binaural beats - combining two tones to form a beat. The difference is that monaural beats are formed when two tones combine digitally or naturally before the sound reaches the ears, as opposed to combining in the brain like binaural beats.

Isochronic Tones
Isochronic tones are evenly spaced tone pulses. Unlike binaural and monaural beats, isochronic tones do not rely on the combination of two tones - the "beat" is created manually by turning a tone on and off. Widely regarded as the most effective tone-based method, isochronic tones produce very strong cortical responses in the brain. Many people who do not respond well to binaural beats often respond very well to isochronic tones.