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Upbeat Study Music for Concentration - Peak Focus Isochronic Tones

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Upbeat study music for concentration, peak focus for complex tasks with isochronic tones. Beta wave tones to help you reach and maintain a high focus mental state. Use this track when working on advanced and complicated topics like mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect, compared to binaural beats study music tracks or standard music. ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to 18Hz by the 6-minute mark. It stays at 18Hz until the final 5 minutes where it ramps back down again. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. #upbeatstudymusic #studymusic #focusmusic - Artist credit: Mintz, from the album Butterflies. The Blue Jay, Mid Side, Over the Past Year, Metric

Mental Workout For Increased Focus, Attention and Emotional Stability - Isochronic Tones, Rain

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Download as an Mp3: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 ► If you are new to this type of audio brainwave entrainment, find out how isochronic tones work and how they compare to binaural beats here: 🤍 This session contains a 'heavy rain' background track combined with Isochronic Tones. The same session is also available with a forest sounds background, and with just the Isochronic Tones on their own, via the link above. This session speeds up the brain up by ramping up and stimulating the 20hz Beta frequency. The resulting effects help to increase your focus, attention, emotional stability and more. Research indicates it may also be of use for depression, ADD and a number of other problems. Headphones? Headphones are not required for this particular session, as long as you can clearly hear the Isochronic Tones behind the music track. But, if you can use headphones, I always recommend it. When you use headphones it helps to block out any peripheral sound in the room, and I personally find the entrainment experience to be more powerful when using them. ® Copyright MindAmend.com

Upbeat Study Music Deep Focus For Complex Tasks - Honey Badger Mix

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29.09.2022

Honey Badger mix. Part of my peak focus for complex tasks isochronic tones series. A deep house upbeat study music mix combined with beta wave isochronic tones and amplitude entrainment effects. Designed to produce a deep focus mental state while studying or working. ► Upbeat Study Music Playlist: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 Use this track when working on advanced and complicated topics like coding/programming, mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect when compared to binaural beats or standard music. What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to the 18Hz range by the 6-minute mark. The isochronic tones frequency then randomly fluctuates between 17.5-18.5Hz to help prevent habituation. This stops you from getting too used to the same frequency when using the track regularly over time. Once the track gets to the final 5 minutes it ramps back down to 10Hz again. You can see an image showing how the session is constructed at the beginning of the video. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. How Isochronic Tones Work If brainwave entrainment and isochronic tones are new concepts for you, you can find out how everything works and the potential benefits here: 🤍 ► How the amplitude entrainment effects work: 🤍 #IsochronicTonesStudy #FocusMusic #ProgressiveHouseStudy - Artist credit (original tracks without isochronic tones): Kreaturez - Alex Dovo Fondue - DJ Eely Lhotse - West & Zander Sneak Attack - Brandon Moeller Space Force - Brandon Moeller Midnight Express to Mars - Brandon Moeller Pathfinder - Dye O Kaga - Spring Gang Sounds and Shadows - Brandon Moeller Cloud 7 - VELDA

Upbeat Study Music - Deep Focus for Complex Tasks

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10.07.2020

Deep focus for complex tasks, upbeat study music mix with isochronic tones. Uses beta wave tones to help you reach and maintain a high focus mental state. Use when working on advanced and complicated topics like mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect, compared to binaural beats study music tracks or standard music. ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to 18Hz by the 6-minute mark. It stays at 18Hz until the final 5 minutes where it ramps back down again. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. Artist credit: Tomas Novoa Tracks: Arrecife, Ccenaga, Brotes, Prisma, Tundra

Peak Focus Soft House Study Music with Beta Isochronic Tones - Fox Mix

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31.05.2022

A soft house upbeat study music mix with beta wave isochronic tones. Part of my peak focus for complex tasks series. Designed to produce a deep focus mental state while studying or working. ► Upbeat Study Music Playlist: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 Use this track when working on advanced and complicated topics like coding/programming, mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect when compared to binaural beats or standard music. What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to the 18Hz range by the 6-minute mark. The isochronic tones frequency then randomly fluctuates between 17.5-18.5Hz to help prevent habituation. This stops you from getting too used to the same frequency when using the track regularly over time. Once the track gets to the final 5 minutes it ramps back down to 10Hz again. You can see an image showing how the session is constructed at the beginning of the video. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. How Isochronic Tones Work If brainwave entrainment and isochronic tones are new concepts for you, you can find out how everything works and the potential benefits here: 🤍 #IsochronicTonesStudy #FocusMusic #SoftHouseStudy - Artist: Jones Meadow Tracks: Last Dream, Grove, Lobby, Thoughts, Arlanda, Midnite Sun, Straws, Strivers Row, Varg, Moves, Final Goodbyes, Surface.

Upbeat Study Music Electronic Mix for Deep Focus - Isochronic Tones (Bigfoot)

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Upbeat study music electronic mix for deep focus. Part of my peak focus for complex tasks series. Beta isochronic tones - reach a high focus mental state. Use this track when working on advanced and complicated topics like coding/programming, mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect, compared to binaural beats study music tracks or standard music. ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to 18Hz by the 6-minute mark. It stays at 18Hz until the final 5 minutes where it ramps back down again. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. #upbeatstudymusic #housemusicforstudying #focusmusic Artist Credit: Tomas Novoa (Géminis) Géminis Ficus Tornasol Velo Agustin (Electric Elements) Liquid Dreams Pulse Sprint

Peak Focus Upbeat Study Music + Isochronic Tones - Robot Tiger Mix

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Part of my peak focus for complex tasks series. A dark house mix (robot tiger) combined with beta wave isochronic tones. Designed to produce a deep focus mental state while studying or working. ► Upbeat Study Music Playlist: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 Use this track when working on advanced and complicated topics like coding/programming, mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect when compared to binaural beats or standard music. What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to the 18Hz range by the 6-minute mark. The isochronic tones frequency then randomly fluctuates between 17.5-18.5Hz to help prevent habituation. This stops you from getting too used to the same frequency when using the track regularly over time. Once the track gets to the final 5 minutes it ramps back down to 10Hz again. You can see an image showing how the session is constructed at the beginning of the video. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. How Isochronic Tones Work If brainwave entrainment and isochronic tones are new concepts for you, you can find out how everything works and the potential benefits here: 🤍 #DarkHouse #UpbeatStudyMusic #IsochronicTones - Original Music Credit: Majed Salih Tracks: Artifluxer, Protect Your Soul, Chaoskauvan, Zimewosth, MAXHINA, Stammer.

ADD/ADHD Intense Relief - Extended, ADHD Focus Music, ADHD Music Therapy, Isochronic Tones

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18.11.2017

You can use this track to help provide some relief from the symptoms of ADD/ADHD and as background music for a study aid. ► Get the MP3 version here (ambient 108) - 🤍 ► 'Just Tones' version without any music - 🤍 This isochronic tones music session is designed to speed up your brain while keeping your left brain hemisphere dominant. This is helpful for increasing concentration, attention and reducing emotional response and hyperactivity in those with ADD/ADHD. ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are usually characterized by "slow-wave" EEG patterns, particularly in the left frontal region. This session stimulates the left brain hemisphere with a much higher frequency than the right, which helps to correct a hemispheric imbalance. Note: Each brain hemisphere controls the opposite side of the body. So to stimulate the left brain hemisphere the frequency is played in the 'right ear', and to stimulate the right hemisphere that frequency is sent to the 'left ear'. Both ears start with the 10Hz frequency, which gradually ramps up until the 15-minute mark. At this stage, the right ear (left brain hemisphere) receives 40Hz for 5 minutes and the left ear (right brain hemisphere) receives 14Hz. As this is an extended session, a similar cycle is then repeated 9 times throughout the 3-hour track. You don't have to listen for the full 3 hours and can stop at any time. However, I do recommend you listen for at least 20 minutes to get the full effect of the first frequency cycle. Headphones/Earbuds Are Required As this session stimulates each ear with a different frequency, you do need to wear headphones/earbuds to get the full effect. What volume level? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. It does depend on your equipment though, halfway on some devices may be too high, on others not high enough. That's why it's difficult to give specific volume advice. ► If you are new to this type of audio brainwave entrainment, find out how isochronic tones work and how they compare to binaural beats here: 🤍 #ADHDfocusmusic #ADHDmusictherapy #ADHD #ADHDintenserelief Track ID: ✪1006 ® Copyright MindAmend.com

Upbeat Study Music Deep Focus For Complex Tasks - Giraffe Mix

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02.08.2022

Giraffe mix. Part of my peak focus for complex tasks isochronic tones series. A progressive house upbeat study music mix combined with beta wave isochronic tones and amplitude entrainment effects. Designed to produce a deep focus mental state while studying or working. ► Upbeat Study Music Playlist: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 Use this track when working on advanced and complicated topics like coding/programming, mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect when compared to binaural beats or standard music. What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to the 18Hz range by the 6-minute mark. The isochronic tones frequency then randomly fluctuates between 17.5-18.5Hz to help prevent habituation. This stops you from getting too used to the same frequency when using the track regularly over time. Once the track gets to the final 5 minutes it ramps back down to 10Hz again. You can see an image showing how the session is constructed at the beginning of the video. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. How Isochronic Tones Work If brainwave entrainment and isochronic tones are new concepts for you, you can find out how everything works and the potential benefits here: 🤍 ► How the amplitude entrainment effects work: 🤍 #IsochronicTonesStudy #FocusMusic #ProgressiveHouseStudy - Artist credit: Majed Salih Tracks: Cherric, Cherrriic, Cherrric, Cherriicc, Decherric

Deep Focus Upbeat Study Music Soft House Raccoon Mix, Isochronic Tones

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15.02.2022

Soft House music + beta wave isochronic tones for a deep focus mental state while studying or working. Part of my peak focus for complex tasks series. ► Upbeat study music playlist: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 Use this track when working on advanced and complicated topics like coding/programming, mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect when compared to binaural beats or standard music. What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to 18Hz by the 6-minute mark. It stays at 18Hz until the final 5 minutes where it ramps back down again. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. #upbeatstudymusic #housestudymusic #focusmusic - Music credit: Sheltered Waters - Ealot Blow - Ducknaw Tropicae - Ducknaw Haga - West and Zander Colours (Tape Machine Remix You Whispered To Us - Tomas Skyldeberg A Day Outside - Stray Bandit Sepia - Phellow All Inclusive - Stray Bandit New Glow - Stray Bandit Drinks On You - Andre Aguado Courtesy of 🤍epidemicsound.com

Peak Focus Upbeat Study Music Mix With Isochronic Tones

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24.01.2021

An upbeat study music mix version of my 'Peak Focus for Complex Tasks' isochronic tones session. It contains beta wave tones to help you reach and maintain a high focus mental state. Use this track when working on advanced and complicated topics like mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect, compared to binaural beats study music tracks or standard music. ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to 18Hz by the 6-minute mark. It stays at 18Hz until the final 5 minutes where it ramps back down again. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. - Artist credit: 2050, from the album After the Storm.

Music for Studying to, Study Music, Increase Focus and Memorization, Isochronic Tones ✪996

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Music for studying, doing homework or any mentally taxing activity. Get the MP3 version: 🤍 This isochronic tones session cycles through a frequency range of between 10Hz in Alpha, (which can help with memorization and learning), and up to 18Hz in the Beta range, (which will help with increasing focus and concentration). ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 How does it work? This is a brainwave entrainment audio session using isochronic tones combined with music. The isochronic tones are the repetitive beats you can hear on top of the music throughout the track. If brainwave entrainment and isochronic tones are new concepts for you, there is some information about that and how it works here: 🤍 Music Credit: I've used 3 tracks from the 'Between the Rings' album by Stellardrone - 🤍 Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 🤍 Headphones are NOT required for this video How should you listen to this? You can listen to this track with your eyes open while studying, reading or doing other activities which require a good level of concentration. How loud should the volume be? Adjust the volume to a level you feel comfortable with. It shouldn't be so loud that it hurts your ears or becomes too distracting. #musicforstudyingto #homeworkmusic #studymusichomework

Fall Asleep Fast - Deep Sleep Delta Waves with Soothing Isochronic Tones

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16.05.2019

This relaxing sleep music track is designed to help you get to sleep fast and enjoy deep and uninterrupted sleep. Soothing delta wave vibrations and isochronic tones have been layered into the music, helping to guide your brainwave activity down to a deep sleep mental state. Use this track if you struggle to get to sleep or suffer from insomnia. ► Get the MP3 version here: 🤍 How does it work? This track contains isochronic tones on a repeat cycle between 1Hz and 1.25Hz in the low delta frequency range. See session snapshot image below. In addition to the relaxing sleep music soundtrack, this track also contains isochronic tones and amplitude modulation effects applied directly to the music. Amplitude modulation involves a process of distorting the sound to produce vibrations, which vibrate in unison with the frequency of the brainwave entrainment session. These vibrations can sound very hypnotic and relaxing, making them very effective and ideal for a sleep track like this one. ► Please subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 The isochronic tones are the gentle repetitive beats/vibrations you can hear on top of the music throughout the track. If brainwave entrainment and isochronic tones are new concepts for you, there is some information about that and how it works here: 🤍 More info on how the amplitude modulation effects work can be found here: 🤍 Frequencies used The track begins at 1Hz in the low delta wave range and ramps very slowly up to 1.25Hz over 10 minutes. It then ramps back down to 1Hz again over the next 10-minute period. The same cycle is then repeated throughout the track. Headphones are NOT required for this video How loud should the volume be? Adjust the volume to a level you feel comfortable with. It shouldn't be so loud that it hurts your ears or becomes too distracting. #FallAsleepFast #DeepSleepMusic #DeltaWavesSleep ——— Recommended Headphones For Sleep Normal headphones are usually very uncomfortable and impractical to use while sleeping. I've had some SleepPhones for over 10 years now and I highly recommend you give them a try. SleepPhones are specifically designed for use while sleeping, with thin flat speakers that are contained inside a very comfortable headband. You can use them while lying on your side and they also have wireless versions, making them very easy and practical to use. You can find out more about them here: 🤍 Disclaimer: Any links to products I recommend are affiliate links and I will receive a small commission for any referrals I make.

ADD/ADHD Intense Relief Just Tones Extended, ADHD Focus, Isochronic Tones

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13.12.2017

ADD/ADHD Intense Relief Just Tones Extended, ADHD Focus, Isochronic Tones. You can use this track to help provide some relief from the symptoms of ADD/ADHD and as background music for a study aid. ► Get the MP3 version here - 🤍 This isochronic tones music session is designed to speed up your brain while keeping your left brain hemisphere dominant. This is helpful for increasing concentration, attention and reducing emotional response and hyperactivity in those with ADD/ADHD. ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are usually characterized by "slow-wave" EEG patterns, particularly in the left frontal region. This session stimulates the left brain hemisphere with a much higher frequency than the right, which helps to correct a hemispheric imbalance. Note: Each brain hemisphere controls the opposite side of the body. So to stimulate the left brain hemisphere the frequency is played in the 'right ear', and to stimulate the right hemisphere that frequency is sent to the 'left ear'. Both ears start with the 10Hz frequency, which gradually ramps up until the 15-minute mark. At this stage, the right ear (left brain hemisphere) receives 40Hz for 5 minutes and the left ear (right brain hemisphere) receives 14Hz. As this is an extended session, a similar cycle is then repeated throughout the 3-hour track. You don't have to listen for the full 3 hours and can stop at any time. However, I do recommend you listen for at least 20 minutes to get the full effect of the first frequency cycle. Headphones/Earbuds Are Required As this session stimulates each ear with a different frequency, you do need to wear headphones/earbuds to get the full effect. ► If you are new to this type of audio brainwave entrainment, find out how isochronic tones work and how they compare to binaural beats here: 🤍 #ADHDfocusmusic #ADHDmusictherapy #ADHD #ADHDintenserelief ® Copyright MindAmend.com

Soft House Upbeat Study Music + Isochronic Tones - French Bulldog Mix

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28.06.2022

French bulldog mix. Part of my peak focus for complex tasks isochronic tones series. A soft house upbeat study music mix combined with beta wave isochronic tones and amplitude entrainment effects. Designed to produce a deep focus mental state while studying or working. ► Upbeat Study Music Playlist: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 Use this track when working on advanced and complicated topics like coding/programming, mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect when compared to binaural beats or standard music. What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to the 18Hz range by the 6-minute mark. The isochronic tones frequency then randomly fluctuates between 17.5-18.5Hz to help prevent habituation. This stops you from getting too used to the same frequency when using the track regularly over time. Once the track gets to the final 5 minutes it ramps back down to 10Hz again. You can see an image showing how the session is constructed at the beginning of the video. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. How Isochronic Tones Work If brainwave entrainment and isochronic tones are new concepts for you, you can find out how everything works and the potential benefits here: 🤍 ► How the amplitude entrainment effects work: 🤍 #IsochronicTonesStudy #FocusMusic #SoftHouseStudy - Artist credit: Nox - Duckmaw Boarding - Far Orange Love To Be Around You - Love Beans If You Could Time Travel - Love Beans I See Your Colours - Duckmaw Pulsating Waves - Nebulae Querido - Bonsaye A State Of Mind - Nebulae Il Sole Splende - Sum Wave Existence - Dvine Kismet - Bonsaye Hedged Bet - Far Orange Write It Down - Duckmaw

Peak Focus Melodic House Mix with Beta Wave Isochronic Tones

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05.04.2022

A melodic house mix combined with beta wave isochronic tones. Designed to produce a deep focus mental state while studying or working. Part of my peak focus for complex tasks series. ► Upbeat Study Music Playlist: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 Use this track when working on advanced and complicated topics like coding/programming, mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect when compared to binaural beats or standard music. What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to the 18Hz range by the 6-minute mark. The isochronic tones frequency then randomly fluctuates between 17.5-18.5Hz to help prevent habituation. This stops you from getting too used to the same frequency when using the track regularly over time. Once the track gets to the final 5 minutes it ramps back down to 10Hz again. You can see an image showing how the session is constructed at the beginning of the video. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. How Isochronic Tones Work If brainwave entrainment and isochronic tones are new concepts for you, you can find out how everything works and the potential benefits here: 🤍 #upbeatstudymusic #focusmusic - Original Music Credit: Majed Salih Tracks: Semowatar, Pinuipen, Nipolarios, Polemetron

Better Sleep for Chattery Minds - Mind Calming Isochronic Tones

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31.10.2021

Ideal if your mind is full of chatter, worry or stress or if you're feeling restless and just can't seem to settle in bed. Relaxes your mind and body before guiding you down into deep sleep. ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 How this sleep track works With most of my isochronic tones tracks for sleep, the initial part of the track focuses on trying to get you down into a deep sleep state as fast as possible. However, when your mind is super active, thinking, stressing, worrying, constantly going over this and that, you are not in the right mind state to relax, and falling asleep can seem impossible. So with my better sleep for chattery minds isochronic tones series, the beginning of the track is all about relaxing and calming your mind first and foremost. The track begins at 9.5Hz in the mid alpha frequency range, where it gradually ramps down (at the 10-minute mark) to 7.83Hz. Which is on the border between alpha and theta. Sometimes referred to as the thalpa range, which is very relaxing and calming. You are held here for another 15 minutes until it reaches the 25-minute mark. Once there, it ramps down much more quickly to 1Hz in the low delta range by the 35-minute mark. In addition to the isochronic tones, this track also has amplitude entrainment effects embedded into the music. Amplitude entrainment involves a process of distorting the sound to produce vibrations, which vibrate in unison with the frequency of the brainwave entrainment session. These vibrations can sound very hypnotic, making them very effective and ideal for a sleep track like this one. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect, compared to binaural beats sleep music tracks or standard music. Do you need Headphones? Headphones are optional and not required for this track to work. Recommend Headphones For Sleep Normal headphones are usually very uncomfortable and impractical to use while sleeping. I've had some SleepPhones for over 10 years now and I highly recommend you give them a try. SleepPhones are specifically designed for use while sleeping, with thin flat speakers that are contained inside a very comfortable headband. You can use them while lying on your side and they also have wireless versions, making them very easy and practical to use. You can find out more about them here: 🤍 Artist credit: Bulbasound. Track: Meditation Sleep Long

Upbeat Study Music Deep House Mix for Peak Focus - Isochronic Tones

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04:00:00
06.05.2021

Upbeat study music deep house mix for peak focus. Part of my peak focus for complex tasks series. Beta isochronic tones - reach a high focus mental state. Use this track when working on advanced and complicated topics like coding/programming, mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect, compared to binaural beats study music tracks or standard music. ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to 18Hz by the 6-minute mark. It stays at 18Hz until the final 5 minutes where it ramps back down again. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. #upbeatstudymusic #housemusicforstudying #focusmusic - Artist credit: Majed Salih, from the album Fish House

Upbeat Study Music Deep Focus House Mix, Beta Wave Isochronic Tones

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02.11.2021

Upbeat study music deep focus house mix (Jaguar). Part of my peak focus for complex tasks series. Beta isochronic tones - reach a high focus mental state. ► 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 Use this track when working on advanced and complicated topics like coding/programming, mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect when compared to binaural beats or standard music. What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to 18Hz by the 6-minute mark. It stays at 18Hz until the final 5 minutes where it ramps back down again. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. OLED TV Users - Screen Burn Concerns I've received concerns from some viewers, regarding potential screen burn issues when I've had a static image in the centre of the screen. To overcome that, the static image in the centre is constantly changing in size throughout the video. It enlarges from 100 to 110% by the 5-minute mark. It then gradually goes back down to 100% over the next 5 minutes. The same cycle keeps repeating. It's very subtle, so it doesn't change the viewing experience, while also protecting OLED screens from potential screen burn. #upbeatstudymusic #housemusicforstudying #focusmusic - Artist credit: Eventual Groove Tracks used: Vo Chistum Pole, Sor, Timeless, Akirhode, One Eno, One No D, Toure, Inside Out

Cognition Enhancer Extended Version For Studying - Isochronic Tones, Electronic

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09.02.2015

Get the Mp3 version here: 🤍 (This track is called 'Electronic'). ► You can find all the Cognition Enhancer tracks in this playlist: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 ► If you like this style of electronic music for cognition and study music, check out my new video here: 🤍 ► If you are new to this type of audio brainwave entrainment, find out how isochronic tones work and how they compare to binaural beats here: 🤍 What does this track do? This music can be used for longer study or homework sessions and will help you to maintain a good level of concentration and focus, while at the same time feeling quite relaxed. This track contains isochronic tones, which is the repetitive beats you hear behind the music. After around 5 or 6 minutes your brainwaves start to synchronize with the frequency of the tones. Then, as the tones change and cycle up and down through a specific frequency range, your brainwaves follow along in step with them. This process is known as brainwave entrainment. The ‘beat’ frequencies used in this track range between 10 to 20 Hz, which means they beat at between 10 to 20 times per second. At the lowest end of 10Hz, this is known as the Alpha frequency range, which is a reasonably relaxed mental state. At the highest 20Hz frequency you go up into the Beta range. When you are awake, alert and focused during the day, your brain’s dominant frequency will be in the Beta range. When we are studying or doing things that are mentally taxing, we might feel very alert and focused, but we are also a little tense, perhaps because of the importance of what we are working on, or maybe because we are under a time deadline. This extra pressure can cause mental blocks and make it harder for you to ‘think on your feet’. This isochronic tones session is designed to help overcome that problem, by increasing your levels of Alpha and Beta brainwave activity. So you get the benefit of having increased beta activity which is good for concentration, but at the same time you have enough Alpha activity to be relaxed, resulting in a state of relaxed focus, where you can think more clearly and overcome mental blocks. Headphones are recommended You can use this session without headphones, but to get the full benefit of the stimulation I’m about to mention you will need to be wearing headphones and on the correct way around. If your headphones aren’t clearly marked which is the left and right, this video will help you determine which is which: 🤍 This is an advanced ‘split hemisphere’ isochronic tones session, which stimulates each ear with a different beat frequency. Your right brain is stimulated within the 10 to 14Hz range, and your left brain between 10 to 20Hz, making the left more dominant. The left brain is associated with logic, analysis, maths, language, facts and reasoning, so it can be beneficial to have the left more dominant when studying or other similar mentally taxing activities. ADD/ADHD ADD and similar disorders are often characterized by "slow-wave" EEG patterns, particularly in the left frontal region. So this track can also provide relief for ADD/ADHD symptoms by increasing the frequency of the brainwave activity in the left brain. How should you listen to this? You can listen to this track with your eyes open while studying, reading or doing other activities that require a higher level of concentration. You can also sit somewhere quiet and relaxing and use it as a form of mental meditation with your eyes closed. When to listen? It is best to use this during the daytime and early evening, but not too close to bedtime. Because this track stimulates your brain to a more alert and focused state, it’s not suitable for listening to while sleeping, as it will probably disrupt your sleep. How Loud Should The Volume Be? Play it at a volume level you feel comfortable with. It should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, but not so loud that it’s uncomfortable for you. Somewhere in the middle is my recommendation. ® Copyright MindAmend.com

Upbeat Study Music House Mix for Deep Focus (Sloth) - Isochronic Tones

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22.07.2021

Upbeat study music house mix for deep focus. Part of my peak focus for complex tasks series. Beta isochronic tones - reach a high focus mental state. Use this track when working on advanced and complicated topics like coding/programming, mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect, compared to binaural beats study music tracks or standard music. ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to 18Hz by the 6-minute mark. It stays at 18Hz until the final 5 minutes where it ramps back down again. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. #upbeatstudymusic #housemusicforstudying #focusmusic Music artist credit: Majed Salih Tracks: Milmenomal, Dhytlife, Moluve, Veotruent, Teveluit, Lipicritm.

Cognition Enhancer For Clearer and Faster Thinking - Isochronic Tones (Electronic)

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00:30:02
13.05.2013

Download as an Mp3 here: 🤍 Note: This is the 'Electronic' version. ► You can find all the Cognition Enhancer tracks in this playlist: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 ► If you are new to this type of audio brainwave entrainment, find out how isochronic tones work and how they compare to binaural beats here: 🤍 ► There's a 3-hour extended version of this track here: 🤍 HEADPHONES REQUIRED - Note: As this session stimulates each ear with different frequencies, you will need to use headphones to experience the full effect. Alternative background sounds available on MP3 on the above page: Orchestral, Hybrid, World Music, Rain, Brown Noise. What does this track do? This session stimulates Beta, SMR and Alpha, alternating in 2-minute increments to help keep the user relaxed and engaged. Note: SMR (sensorimotor rhythm) relates to the frequency range between 12 - 15Hz. It's associated with sensory processing and motor control. Stimulating this can result in relaxed focus and improved attention. This session speeds up the brain while keeping the left hemisphere dominant (good for attention, concentration, reducing emotional response and hyperactivity). ADD and similar disorders are often characterized by "slow-wave" EEG patterns, particularly in the left frontal region. This session stimulates the left brain hemisphere with Beta frequencies and the right with SMR. Can it be used to help with studying? Yes and if you read through the many comments about this track, you'll see that many people have successfully used it for studying. You can either listen to it while you are studying, to get your brain into a good mental state when you need it. Or if you are someone that gets a bit distracted by music while studying, listen to it just before you begin. How Loud Should The Volume Be? Set the volume at a level you feel comfortable with. It should be loud enough to hear the isochronic tones, but not so loud that it's uncomfortable for you. Somewhere in the middle is my recommendation. How To Use This? Use this session in the morning or afternoon, to train your brain for better cognition, such as clearer and faster thinking. You can either sit somewhere quiet and comfortable with your eyes closed and give your brain a nice workout, or you can also listen to this while doing an activity that requires a boost in concentration, like studying. How long should you listen for to get a good effect? It takes around 5 minutes for your brainwaves to fall in step with the tones and become entrained. It then takes time to be guided along the frequency range used in the track. Listening to about half way through is the minimum in my opinion, but 30 minutes is the optimum length to listen for. ® Copyright MindAmend.com

Upbeat Study Music Soft House Mix - Peak Focus Beta Isochronic Tones

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04.01.2022

Soft house + beta wave isochronic tones (+ cool koala) for a high focus mental state while studying or working. Part of my peak focus for complex tasks series. ► 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 Use this track when working on advanced and complicated topics like coding/programming, mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect when compared to binaural beats or standard music. What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to 18Hz by the 6-minute mark. It stays at 18Hz until the final 5 minutes where it ramps back down again. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. #upbeatstudymusic #housestudymusic #focusmusic - Artist credit: Jones Meadow Tracks: Jet Stream, Familiar Lights, Flares, Sound Off, Bet The Ocean, Gale, Tsunami, Mercenary, Another Dream Room, They Dream By Day, Democracy Manifest.

Cognition Enhancer, Think Clearer and Faster | Electronic Ambience Isochronic Tones

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03:00:01
20.01.2019

Music for studying, to increase focus and concentration and especially for ADHD. Cognition enhancer, think clearer and faster electronic ambience Isochronic Tones. ► You can find all the Cognition Enhancer tracks in this playlist: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 ► If you are new to this type of audio brainwave entrainment, find out how isochronic tones work and how they compare to binaural beats here: 🤍 ► This track uses the same isochronic tones session/frequencies as my other Cognition Enhancer tracks/videos, but with a different soundtrack, which is exclusive to YouTube. What does this track do? This music can be used for longer study or homework sessions and will help you to maintain a good level of concentration and focus, while at the same time feeling quite relaxed. This track contains isochronic tones, which is the repetitive beats you hear behind the music. After around 5 or 6 minutes your brainwaves start to synchronize with the frequency of the tones. Then, as the tones change and cycle up and down through a specific frequency range, your brainwaves follow along in step with them. This process is known as brainwave entrainment. The ‘beat’ frequencies used in this track range between 10 to 20 Hz, which means they beat at between 10 to 20 times per second. At the lowest end of 10Hz, this is known as the Alpha frequency range, which is a reasonably relaxed mental state. At the highest 20Hz frequency you go up into the Beta range. When you are awake, alert and focused during the day, your brain’s dominant frequency will be in the Beta range. When we are studying or doing things that are mentally taxing, we might feel very alert and focused, but we are also a little tense, perhaps because of the importance of what we are working on, or maybe because we are under a time deadline. This extra pressure can cause mental blocks and make it harder for you to ‘think on your feet’. This isochronic tones session is designed to help overcome that problem, by increasing your levels of Alpha and Beta brainwave activity. So you get the benefit of having increased beta activity which is good for concentration, but at the same time you have enough Alpha activity to be relaxed, resulting in a state of relaxed focus, where you can think more clearly and overcome mental blocks. Headphones are recommended You can use this session without headphones, but to get the full benefit of the stimulation, particularly if you have ADHD, you need to wear headphones. This is an advanced ‘split hemisphere’ isochronic tones session, which stimulates each ear with a different beat frequency. Your right brain is stimulated within the 10 to 14Hz range, and your left brain between 10 to 20Hz, making the left more dominant. The left brain is associated with logic, analysis, maths, language, facts and reasoning, so it can be beneficial to have the left more dominant when studying or other similar mentally taxing activities. ADD/ADHD ADD and similar disorders are often characterized by "slow-wave" EEG patterns, particularly in the left frontal region. So this track can also provide relief for ADD/ADHD symptoms by increasing the frequency of the brainwave activity in the left brain. How should you listen to this? You can listen to this track with your eyes open while studying, reading or doing other activities that require a higher level of concentration. You can also sit somewhere quiet and relaxing and use it as a form of mental meditation with your eyes closed. When to listen? It is best to use this during the daytime and early evening, but not too close to bedtime. Because this track stimulates your brain to a more alert and focused state, it’s not suitable for listening to while sleeping, as it will probably disrupt your sleep. How Loud Should The Volume Be? Play it at a volume level you feel comfortable with. It should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, but not so loud that it’s uncomfortable for you. Somewhere in the middle is my recommendation.

Peak Focus For Complex Tasks | Deep Ambience (Multi Track) Isochronic Tones

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03:00:01
29.01.2019

This an extended version of my Peak Focus For Complex Tasks session. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 ► If you are new to this type of audio brainwave entrainment, find out how isochronic tones work and how they compare to binaural beats here: 🤍 What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to 18Hz by the 6-minute mark. It stays at 18Hz until the final 5 minutes where it ramps back down again. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that its uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around half way and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there.

Upbeat Study Music, Think Clearer and Faster - Isochronic Tones

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15.09.2020

Upbeat study music track using my 'Cognition Enhancer' isochronic tones session. Enter a state of relaxed focus while working/studying. ► You can find all the Cognition Enhancer tracks in this playlist: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 ► If you are new to this type of audio brainwave entrainment, find out how isochronic tones work and how they compare to binaural beats here: 🤍 What does this track do? This music can be used for longer study or homework sessions and will help you to maintain a good level of concentration and focus, while at the same time feeling quite relaxed. This track contains isochronic tones, which is the repetitive beats you hear behind the music. After around 5 or 6 minutes your brainwaves start to synchronize with the frequency of the tones. Then, as the tones change and cycle up and down through a specific frequency range, your brainwaves follow along in step with them. This process is known as brainwave entrainment. The ‘beat’ frequencies used in this track range between 10 to 20 Hz, which means they beat at between 10 to 20 times per second. At the lowest end of 10Hz, this is known as the Alpha frequency range, which is a reasonably relaxed mental state. At the highest 20Hz frequency you go up into the Beta range. When you are awake, alert and focused during the day, your brain’s dominant frequency will be in the Beta range. When we are studying or doing things that are mentally taxing, we might feel very alert and focused, but we are also a little tense, perhaps because of the importance of what we are working on, or maybe because we are under a time deadline. This extra pressure can cause mental blocks and make it harder for you to ‘think on your feet’. This isochronic tones session is designed to help overcome that problem, by increasing your levels of Alpha and Beta brainwave activity. So you get the benefit of having increased beta activity which is good for concentration, but at the same time, you have enough Alpha activity to be relaxed, resulting in a state of relaxed focus, where you can think more clearly and overcome mental blocks. Headphones are recommended You can use this session without headphones, but to get the full benefit of the stimulation, particularly if you have ADHD, you need to wear headphones. This is an advanced ‘split hemisphere’ isochronic tones session, which stimulates each ear with a different beat frequency. Your right brain is stimulated within the 10 to 14Hz range, and your left brain between 10 to 20Hz, making the left more dominant. The left brain is associated with logic, analysis, maths, language, facts and reasoning, so it can be beneficial to have the left more dominant when studying or other similar mentally taxing activities. ADD/ADHD ADD and similar disorders are often characterized by "slow-wave" EEG patterns, particularly in the left frontal region. So this track can also provide relief for ADD/ADHD symptoms by increasing the frequency of the brainwave activity in the left brain. How should you listen to this? You can listen to this track with your eyes open while studying, reading or doing other activities that require a higher level of concentration. You can also sit somewhere quiet and relaxing and use it as a form of mental meditation with your eyes closed. When to listen? It is best to use this during the daytime and early evening, but not too close to bedtime. Because this track stimulates your brain to a more alert and focused state, it’s not suitable for listening to while sleeping, as it will probably disrupt your sleep. How Loud Should The Volume Be? Play it at a volume level you feel comfortable with. It should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, but not so loud that it’s uncomfortable for you. Somewhere in the middle is my recommendation. - Music artist credit: Jonny Hughes, End to End

Upbeat Study Music Electronic Mix for Deep Focus (Neon Gorilla) - Isochronic Tones

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Upbeat study music electronic mix for peak focus (Neon Gorillia). Part of my peak focus for complex tasks series. Beta isochronic tones - reach a high focus mental state. Use this track when working on advanced and complicated topics like coding/programming, mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect, compared to binaural beats or standard music. ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to 18Hz by the 6-minute mark. It stays at 18Hz until the final 5 minutes where it ramps back down again. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. OLED TV Users - Screen Burn Concerns I've received concerns from some viewers, regarding potential screen burn issues when I've had a static image in the centre of the screen. To overcome that, the static image in the centre is constantly changing in size throughout the video. It enlarges from 100 to 110% by the 5-minute mark. It then gradually goes back down to 100% over the next 5 minutes. The same cycle keeps repeating. It's very subtle, so it doesn't change the viewing experience, while also protecting OLED screens from potential screen burn. #upbeatstudymusic #housemusicforstudying #focusmusic - Artist credit: Don't Leave Me (8f Rework) 2Inventions Johaness Gilther - The Friends We Lost (8f Remaster) 2Inventions Johaness Gilther - Conturs (8f Remaster) 2Inventions Johaness Gilther - Never Forget You (8f Remaster) 2Inventions 0db - Adelaide (8f Remaster) 2Inventions Oktafonika - 1337 (8f Rework) 2Inventions Johaness Gilther - Subcarpathia (8f Remaster) 2Inventions

Peak Focus For Complex Tasks Study Music - Isochronic Tones, Ambient Ripples

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Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. Get the mp3 version here: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 ► If you are new to this type of audio brainwave entrainment, find out how isochronic tones work and how they compare to binaural beats here: 🤍 Mp3 versions are available in 7 different background sound options: Ambient Ripples (the one from this video), Ambient Flow, Ambient Pulse, Electronic, Orchestral, Piano and a 'Just Tones' version. Each version uses the same isochronic tones frequencies, but combined with a different background track for more variety and to suit your mood and personal preferences. What is this? This is a high intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a deeper waveform and a more distinct beat, which results in a more effective and stronger stimulation of your brainwaves, compared to the older brainwave entrainment method of binaural beats. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to 18Hz by the 6 minute mark. It stays at 18Hz for the next 48 minutes, then at the 54th minute mark it starts to gradually ramp back down to 10Hz again. More information on how/why you can hear these low frequencies here: 🤍 How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that its uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around half way and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. ® Copyright Jason Lewis - MindAmend.com

De-Stress and Calm Your Mind Quickly with Alpha Wave Isochronic Tones

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Reduce stress and calm your mind quickly with alpha wave isochronic tones. Alpha wave isochronic tones combined with soothing music. Guide your brain down quickly to a super relaxed and calm mental state. ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 ► More videos in the same stress relief isochronic tones series: 🤍 How should you use this? Listen to this track anytime you start to feel your stress level rise, or if you are already in a state of high stress. The isochronic tones will quickly lower in speed as the track progresses in the first few minutes. This helps to lower your brainwave activity to a more relaxed theta wave mental state. If you are short on time you don't have to listen to the whole track for it to work. Start from the beginning of the track where the isochronic tones drop sharply in frequency. This will help to lower your dominant brainwave frequency and calm your mind quickly. I recommend listening for at least 15-20 minutes from the beginning. The track is designed to relax you and calm your mind quickly, then return you back to a more alert state. As the track moves towards the end, the frequency begins to ramp up slightly. How does it work? This is a brainwave entrainment audio session using isochronic tones combined with music. The isochronic tones are the repetitive beats you can hear on top of the music throughout the track. To add further power to the stimulation, amplitude modulation effects have been applied to the music which produces soothing vibrations that are synced with the isochronic tones. Frequencies used The track starts at 14Hz in beta, then ramps down to 10Hz in alpha at the 4-minute mark, where it stays for 2 minutes. Then it ramps down further into the deeply relaxing theta range at 6.5Hz (at the 10-minute mark), where it stays until it reaches 2 hours, 50 minutes. Then there's a gradual ramp upwards to 12Hz at the end. Headphones are NOT required for this video How loud should the volume be? Adjust the volume to a level you feel comfortable with. It shouldn't be so loud that it hurts your ears or becomes too distracting.

Relaxed Focus Isochronic Tones for Calm Stress-Free Concentration, Study Music

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Ideal for long study sessions if you're feeling stressed or under pressure. Low-intensity beta and alpha tones produce a state of relaxed focus. ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 How does it work? This is a brainwave entrainment music track using isochronic tones combined with music. The music has also been embedded with amplitude entrainment effects, where the music is subtly distorted and vibrates in unison with the same frequency of the isochronic tones. This helps to add further strength to the entrainment effect. If brainwave entrainment is a new concept for you, there is some information about it here: 🤍 This brainwave entrainment session cycles through a frequency range of between 10Hz in Alpha, (which can help with memorization and learning), and up to 14Hz in the Beta range, (which will help with increasing focus and concentration). ► Relaxed focus playlist: 🤍 Headphones are NOT required for this video How should you listen to this? You can listen to this track with your eyes open while studying, reading or doing other activities which require a good level of concentration. How loud should the volume be? Adjust the volume to a level you feel comfortable with.

Soft Chill Study Music - Be More Focused While Studying

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Play this easy listening, soft chill study music track in the background and it will help you stay focused on your studies or work. Ambient study music mixed with beta wave isochronic tones that are designed to keep you in an alert and focused beta brainwave mental state. No headphones required. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect, compared to binaural beats study music tracks or standard music. ► Subscribe to my channel be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 How does it work? This relaxation music for studying is mixed with isochronic tones in the 14-17Hz beta frequency range and it's designed to help to boost your focus and concentration levels. It's an ideal study aid music session when you want to increase your focus while studying, reading, or engaging in any mentally taxing activity over a longer period. Why Isochronic Tones are Superior to Binaural Beats When measured on an EEG, binaural beats produce only a very tiny response in the brain and have very little impact on brainwave driving. Isochronic tones produce a much more pronounced and distinct sounding beat, which makes them a more superior and effective tool for brainwave entrainment purposes. You can read more about isochronic tones and how they compare to binaural beats here: 🤍 Headphones are NOT required for this video How should you listen to this? Use this instrumental study music track while you are actually studying, reading or working on a task. Although you don't need headphones you may find using them more helpful if you are listening in a noisy work or study environment. How loud should the volume be? Adjust the volume to a level you feel comfortable with. It shouldn't be so loud that it hurts your ears or becomes too distracting.

ADHD Intense Relief for Studying + Increasing Focus - Isochronic Tones

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Increase focus and reduce the symptoms of ADHD, with this track from my ADHD Intense Relief isochronic tones series. This isochronic tones music session is designed to speed up your brain while keeping your left brain hemisphere dominant. This is helpful for increasing concentration, attention and reducing emotional response and hyperactivity in those with ADHD. ► Get the MP3 version (called 'Maia Nebula'): 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are usually characterized by "slow-wave" EEG patterns, particularly in the left frontal region. This session stimulates the left brain hemisphere with a much higher frequency than the right, which helps to correct a hemispheric imbalance. Note: Each brain hemisphere controls the opposite side of the body. So to stimulate the left brain hemisphere the frequency is played in the 'right ear', and to stimulate the right hemisphere that frequency is sent to the 'left ear'. Both ears start with the 10Hz frequency, which gradually ramps up until the 15-minute mark. At this stage, the right ear (left brain hemisphere) receives 40Hz for 5 minutes and the left ear (right brain hemisphere) receives 14Hz. This cycle is then repeated 9 times over the course of the 3-hour track. Headphones/Earbuds Are Required As this session stimulates each ear with a different frequency, you do need to wear headphones/earbuds to get the full effect. What Volume? Adjust the volume to a level you feel comfortable with. Music Credit : MaiaNebula (Invent the Universe album) by Stellardrone Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 🤍

Upbeat Study Music Techno House Mix - Peak Focus Isochronic Tones

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Long-play upbeat instrumental study music combined with beta wave isochronic tones. Use to enter a deep focus mental state while studying or working. Part of my peak focus for complex tasks series. ► Upbeat Study Music Playlist: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 Use this track when working on advanced and complicated topics like coding/programming, mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect when compared to binaural beats or standard music. What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to the 18Hz range by the 6-minute mark. The isochronic tones frequency then randomly fluctuates between 17.5-18.5Hz to help prevent habituation. This stops you from getting too used to the same frequency when using the track regularly over time. Once the track gets to the final 6 minutes it ramps back down to 10Hz again. You can see an image showing how the session is constructed at the beginning of the video. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. #upbeatstudymusic #focusmusic - Original Music Credit: John Russell Tracks: That's All She Wrote, Closing the Gap, Jelly Roll, Bounce

Public Speaking Anxiety Relief - Isochronic Tones, Rain with Wind Chimes

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Download MP3: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 ► If you are new to this type of audio brainwave entrainment, find out how isochronic tones work and how they compare to binaural beats here: 🤍 Note: Headphones are required for this track - see info below This track is designed to help alleviate anxiety before public speaking, taking an exam or a performance of some kind. It does this in 2 ways: 1. It targets Alpha to relieve anxiety. 2. It also stimulates each ear with different Beta frequencies. A higher frequency is sent into your right ear, to correct a hemispheric imbalance, which commonly occurs before an anxiety producing event. Because of the frequency difference in each ear, you will need to use headphones to get the full benefit. A total of 5 alternative background sounds available on MP3, via my site link above: Metal Crystal Bowls, Rain, Rain With Wind Chimes, Tranquil Ambience, Whale Sounds. ® Copyright MindAmend.com

Clear Focus Chillhop Music to Improve Concentration - Isochronic Tones

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A chillhop music mix to help clear your mind of distraction and keep you in a relaxed focused mental state. Play during long study sessions, especially if you're feeling stressed or under pressure. Includes low-intensity beta and alpha wave isochronic tones plus amplitude entrainment effects embedded into the music. ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 How does it work? This is a brainwave entrainment music track using isochronic tones combined with music. The music has also been embedded with amplitude entrainment effects, where the music is subtly distorted and vibrates in unison with the same frequency of the isochronic tones. This helps to add further strength to the entrainment effect. If brainwave entrainment is a new concept for you, there is some information about it here: 🤍 This brainwave entrainment session cycles through a frequency range of between 10Hz in Alpha, (which can help with memorization and learning), and up to 14Hz in the Beta range, (which will help with increasing focus and concentration). ► Relaxed focus playlist: 🤍 Headphones are NOT required for this video How should you listen to this? You can listen to this track with your eyes open while studying, reading or doing other activities which require a good level of concentration. How loud should the volume be? Adjust the volume to a level you feel comfortable with. - Artist credit: Macroform, from the album Sky Breath.

Chillout Mix Improve Memory and Focus with Alpha/Beta Isochronic Tones

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A chillout study music mix with low-intensity alpha/beta wave isochronic tones. Helps to induce a clear focus mental state and improve memory while studying. Featuring drone views of the stunning coastal city of Encinitas in California. Part of my Study Enhancer isochronic tones series. ► More videos in the Clear/Relaxed Focus series: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 How does it work? This is a brainwave entrainment music track using isochronic tones combined with music. The music has also been embedded with amplitude entrainment effects, where the music is subtly distorted and vibrates in unison with the same frequency of the isochronic tones. This helps to add further strength to the entrainment effect. If brainwave entrainment is a new concept for you, there is some information about it here: 🤍 This brainwave entrainment session cycles through a frequency range of between 10Hz in Alpha, (which can help with memorization and learning), and up to 14Hz in the Beta range, (which will help with increasing focus and concentration). Headphones are NOT required for this video How should you listen to this? You can listen to this track with your eyes open while studying, reading or doing other activities which require a good level of concentration. How loud should the volume be? Adjust the volume to a level you feel comfortable with. Artist credit: Igor Pumphonia Tracks: Not One Line, The Mistakes, Magic Touch, Always Keep, What About Me, Inside You, Feast Of Fools, Point Of Light, Maybe

Upbeat Study Music House Mix - Peak Focus Beta Wave Isochronic Tones

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Upbeat study music house mix. Part of my peak focus for complex tasks series. Beta isochronic tones - reach a high focus mental state. ► Upbeat study music playlist: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 Use this track when working on advanced and complicated topics like coding/programming, mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity. Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect when compared to binaural beats or standard music. What is this? This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity. How is this session constructed? The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to 18Hz by the 6-minute mark. It stays at 18Hz until the final 5 minutes where it ramps back down again. How to use it? Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on. Headphones are NOT required Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds. When to listen? Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it's best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed. How loud should the volume be? The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that it's uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I'd recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there. #upbeatstudymusic #housemusicforstudying #focusmusic - Artist credit: Heyson - Strut Heyson - G.M.T.A. Sture Zetterburg - Wrong Team (Suedo Remix) Heyson - S.Y.M.F. Dex 1200 - Play With Me Heyson - Netrunner This Other Space - Other Minds Heyson - Royale Courtesy of 🤍epidemicsound.com

Chronic Aches and Pains Relief - Isochronic Tones With Wind

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Get the mp3 version: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 ► If you are new to this type of audio brainwave entrainment, find out how isochronic tones work and how they compare to binaural beats here: 🤍 This brainwave entrainment session uses Isochronic Tones at Sub-Delta (0 - 1 Hz) frequencies, which are theorized to have soothing effects on the limbic system - the amygdala and hypothalamus in particular, which themselves operate at delta frequencies. This may be the reason delta frequencies can be so helpful with conditions involving chronic pain, such as fibromyalgia. In addition to the wind background, this brain entrainment session is also available with an outerspace, and a heavy rain background track. See page linked to above. Headphones? Headphones are not required for this particular session, as long as you can clearly hear the Isochronic Tones behind the music track. But, if you can use headphones, I always recommend it. When you use headphones it helps to block out any peripheral sound in the room, and I personally find the entrainment experience to be more powerful when using them. ® Copyright MindAmend.com

Theta Power Nap Music Increase Energy, Productivity & Memory - Deep Relax

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Get the mp3 version here: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 ► If you are new to this type of audio brainwave entrainment, find out how isochronic tones work and how they compare to binaural beats here: 🤍 You can also get the same power nap music session but with alternative background sounds via the above link. This 30 minute power nap track should be listened to all the way through for the best effect. The frequency of the track increases towards the end, to help wake you up and reduce grogginess. It starts at 10Hz, then gradually ramps down to 5Hz by 6 minutes. It then starts to go up to 12Hz in the last 4 minutes to wake you up. If you want to have a deeper and longer nap, try my Deep Delta Power Nap track: 🤍 Key Benefits of a 30 Minute Power Nap A 30 minute power nap can help improve energy, alertness, stamina, mood, productivity, memory and reduce stress. How To Use It? Find a dark comfortable place to rest your head and relax. If you aren't able to nap somewhere dark, try using an eye mask to help block out the light. As you are trying to nap, it's always best to have your eyes closed. When to Listen? Don't listen to this power nap track too close to bedtime, because it might disrupt your sleep. The optimum time to power nap will vary, depending on when you woke up and started your day. This nap wheel tool will give you a useful guide: 🤍 Headphones Are NOT Required That said, my personal preference is to use headphones, as I find they help to block out external sound and make it easier to nap. The choice is yours. Recommend Headphones For Sleep Normal headphones are usually very uncomfortable and impractical to use while sleeping. I've had some SleepPhones for over 10 years now and I highly recommend you give them a try. SleepPhones are specifically designed for use while sleeping, with thin flat speakers that are contained inside a very comfortable headband. You can use them while lying on your side and they also have wireless versions, making them very easy and practical to use. A discount deal for my viewers: Use the coupon code 'MINDAMEND' to get $10 off any headphones purchase on the SleepPhones website. You can find out more about them here: 🤍 How Loud Should The Volume Be? There is varying advice and opinions on the impact of volume with brainwave entrainment, with some saying the louder it is the more impact it has. From my own experience, my advice is to play it at a volume level you feel comfortable with. The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don't want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don't want it so loud that its uncomfortable for you. Somewhere in the middle is my recommendation. Because you are trying to fall asleep with this track, I'd start off by trying a lower volume and see how you respond to that. © Copyright MindAmend.com Disclaimer: Any links to products I recommend are affiliate links and I will receive a small commission for any referrals I make.

Creative Focus - Stimulate Creativity, New Ideas - Isochronic Tones, Ambient Music

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Download MP3 here: 🤍 ► Subscribe to my channel and be updated with my latest tracks: 🤍 ► If you are new to this type of audio brainwave entrainment, find out how isochronic tones work and how they compare to binaural beats here: 🤍 Study music for creative thinking. This Isochronic Tones session alternates between low beta, alpha and theta frequencies, stimulating creativity but also keeping you awake and alert. The best way to use this session is to close your eyes, relax, and wait for new ideas to come to you. Once the ideas start to flow pause the session, write them down, and resume the session afterwards. You may also choose to use the session with eyes open, while working on artistic or creative projects. 7 Different Background Tracks Available I've created this same brain entrainment session with 7 alternative background tracks on MP3. So you can choose whichever one suits your mood, or the creative task you want to do. - Ambient - THE VERSION IN THIS VIDEO - Beach waves - Forest with babbling brook - Hybrid - Piano - Thunderstorm - Just Tones (no soundtrack) All the MP3 versions are available on my website, via the page at the top of the description. Headphones? Headphones are not required for this particular session, as long as you can clearly hear the Isochronic Tones behind the music track. But, if you can use headphones, I always recommend it. When you use headphones it helps to block out any peripheral sound in the room, and I personally find the entrainment experience to be more powerful when using them. ® Copyright MindAmend.com

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