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Draconic
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Layering Binaural Beats with Music
PostPosted: Mon 27 Mar, 2006  Reply with quote

I recently discovered binaural beats and started listening to some with sbagen. I like to experiment here and there with writing music, usually techno. What I'm wondering is if binaural beats are effective when mixed with music and if I should take any special considerations into place, including keeping all of the tracks panned into the center or having drums or the proper tempo synchronization.

Also, I was wondering if there are any pottentially dangerous sides of binaural beats and things I should look out for before I get more into experimenting with this.


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PostPosted: Tue 28 Mar, 2006  Reply with quote

Since these cd's all come with a warning that you're NOT supposed to listen to this while doing any driving or operating any kind of machinery it would be rather unwise to release commercially. eek2

However If you look at the tv drama series called Oz, they use it all the time. I have also heard of "illegal" trance music before so it may have had Binaural beats in it.

If you're going to do this for your own pleasure then I guess you're free to do whatever you wish. 8D


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PostPosted: Tue 28 Mar, 2006  Reply with quote

gulltann wrote:
Since these cd's all come with a warning that you're NOT supposed to listen to this while doing any driving or operating any kind of machinery it would be rather unwise to release commercially. eek2

However If you look at the tv drama series called Oz, they use it all the time. I have also heard of "illegal" trance music before so it may have had Binaural beats in it.

If you're going to do this for your own pleasure then I guess you're free to do whatever you wish. 8D


Huh? Sorry, but I'm still somewhat confused. The not operating heavy machinery makes sense and all, especially since that's something I usually dont do in any condition to begin with, but the rest was a little hazy.

I know that you CAN mix binaural beats with music and that I can certainly do whatever I want with it for myself, but I was wondeirng more about the technical sides of mixing the audio in and if any special musical considerations should be taken.


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