#1
Hi guys, anyone know where I can get any binaural beats for free? Between 4 and 7 htz. They are to induce lucid dreaming, heard they're quite effective. Thanks.
#2
I'm just gonna take super crazy wild ass random completely off the top of my head shot in the dark here and say...


Google?
#6
Honestly, it's better to just practice lucid dreaming without them. They don't work the way most people expect them to, all they do is help you meditate, which is a skill you should learn anyway without needing an mp3.
#7
between 4 and 7 hz? Where exactly are you going to find a speaker capable of faithfully reproducing that anyway?
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#8
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between 4 and 7 hz? Where exactly are you going to find a speaker capable of faithfully reproducing that anyway?

I believe he meant that the frequency difference between the two tones should be between 4 and 7 hz. If he wanted the actual tones to 4 hz and 7 hz then it doesn't matter what kind of speakers he has because he couldn't hear the tones anyway.
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Quote by TheChaz
I believe he meant that the frequency difference between the two tones should be between 4 and 7 hz. If he wanted the actual tones to 4 hz and 7 hz then it doesn't matter what kind of speakers he has because he couldn't hear the tones anyway.


he would still feel them though...

Binaural beats = Massive synth pads?
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he would still feel them though...

Binaural beats = Massive synth pads?

But the point is to hear them...
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#13
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But the point is to hear them...


I would love to sleep with a gentle woomwoomwoom sound from a subwoofer...

...like sleeping in a train?
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#14
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I would love to sleep with a gentle woomwoomwoom sound from a subwoofer...

...like sleeping in a train?

But the human ear physically can't hear under 20hz. I would like to sleep with a nice woomwoomwoom too. It would just have to be over 20 hz
#15
Ok guys I'll say it, since no-one else will.

IT IS PRACTICALLY IMPOSSIBLE TO PRODUCE THOSE NOTES.
Your computer speakers will not work.

You'll need nothing short of an earthquake to make that noise.
You won't find it on the internet anywhere, please give up for the sake of my blood pressure.
#16
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Ok guys I'll say it, since no-one else will.

IT IS PRACTICALLY IMPOSSIBLE TO PRODUCE THOSE NOTES.
Your computer speakers will not work.

You'll need nothing short of an earthquake to make that noise.
You won't find it on the internet anywhere, please give up for the sake of my blood pressure.


Google for a recorded earthquake?
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#17
You missed my point entirely.
You can't listen to it.

The maximum lower limit of a humans hearing is 20hz, and most professional standard studio speakers only go down to about 40hz.

Computer speakers that aren't worth a couple of grand will not be able to simulate this.
#18
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You missed my point entirely.
You can't listen to it.

The maximum lower limit of a humans hearing is 20hz, and most professional standard studio speakers only go down to about 40hz.

Computer speakers that aren't worth a couple of grand will not be able to simulate this.


I know, I just like taking the piss.

EDIT: TS maybe this will work?
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#19
Quote by Casketcreep
Ok guys I'll say it, since no-one else will.

IT IS PRACTICALLY IMPOSSIBLE TO PRODUCE THOSE NOTES.
Your computer speakers will not work.

You'll need nothing short of an earthquake to make that noise.
You won't find it on the internet anywhere, please give up for the sake of my blood pressure.

Fail.
http://uazu.net/sbagen/
TS, I use Sbagen all the time. Extremely efficient, very, very detailed instructions.
Have fun
EDIT: It's also capable of producing tones as low as 2hz. You won't be able to hear them, but you can make command prompt tell you if it's playing the tone or not. Just follow the instructions!
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#21
http://www.iso-tones.com/tones.html

Do a bit more research into binaural beats and you'll come across isochronic tones, which are more effective and, in my opinion, much more pleasant to listen to. Good luck with lucid dreaming, I'm working on the same myself, with rather spotty success to date.

http://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/

There's a good site for lucid dreaming if you haven't checked it out already.

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#22
Quote by TheChaz
But the point is to hear them...

That isn't how it works. The 'beating' is the same as when a guitar is out of tune and you hear the beating or wobbling as the note gets closer. If you have 4 'beats' per second then it wouldbe 4 hz.
#24
Quote by Casketcreep
I wasn't arguing that sub bass doesn't affect your brain.
I was pointing out that speakers can not produce 4 - 7 hz.



Binaural beats- left headphone at 160hz. Right headphone at 166hz.

Your brain makes up the difference between them and recognizes it at 6hz.
So you are correct, we can't hear that low, but it is possible to recreate the same effect as listening to it at a frequency that we are capable of hearing.
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#25
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Binaural beats- left headphone at 160hz. Right headphone at 166hz.

Your brain makes up the difference between them and recognizes it at 6hz.
So you are correct, we can't hear that low, but it is possible to recreate the same effect as listening to it at a frequency that we are capable of hearing.


Truth. Your mind is so used to hearing overtones of notes, that when it hears certain pitches together, it "creates" its own fundamental; which happens to be exactly what the real fundamental would be.

Theres a term for it, but I forgot

In essence, your ears cant hear below 20hz, but your mind can
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That isn't how it works. The 'beating' is the same as when a guitar is out of tune and you hear the beating or wobbling as the note gets closer. If you have 4 'beats' per second then it wouldbe 4 hz.

I know. I'm saying if the two tones were 4hz and 7hz, he wouldn't be able to hear the 3hz "beat" because he can't hear the 4 or 7 hz tones.