Binaural & Rhythmic Tracks
Since ancient times rhythm has been an integral part of every culture in the world. It has been used with special importance in rituals and ceremonies. There is a good reason for this.
Rhythm was the original way to induce specific brainwave activity in the brain, and its associated states of consciousness. Its repetitive patterns and the deep frequency of the drums used provokes trancic states well understood by shamans and spiritual leaders in all cultures.
How Rhythm and Binaural Beats work together
Every binaural beat can be associated to a regular (monaural) beat. The pace of a beat or rhythm is expressed in BPM, or beats per minute. This refers to how many quarter-note beats happen in one minute.
Depending on how the rhythm is structured, it may contain quarter notes, eight notes and/or sixteenth notes. Depending on which of these you place a particular emphasis on while listening, the resulting active beat is calculated as follows:
Eighth notes: Binaural beat in Hz = BPM x 2 / 60
Sixteenth notes: Binaural beat in Hz = BPM x 4 / 60
These audio tracks combine the use of binaural tones with the corresponding (sixteenth note) rhythmic beat, thereby enhancing the power of the combined overall active beat of the song.
Listen to samples of the Binaural & Rhythmic audio tracks in our Binaural & Rhythmic Sampling Station
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