What are binaural harmonics?

What are binaural harmonics  

What are binaural harmonics? 




Binaural beats can be perceived only when the right ear and left ear signals tones used to produce them are of low pitch, usually less than 1400Hz.

 In binaural harmonic technology the 300Hz and 310Hz frequencies are known as carried frequencies. The frequencies used are pure sine wave generated frequencies. 

The pure sine wave sensation of the binaural beats frequencies happens when two sounds of almost similar frequencies are giving to each ear with speakers or stereo headphones. 

If the left ear is giving a steady tone of 310Hz and the right ear a steady tone of 320Hz, these 2 brain frequencies combine in the brain, the brain will play the difference of the two tones witch is 10hz. 

The brain will integrates the two signals of the two frequencies tones, and will be producing a sensation of a third sound or tone called the binaural beat. This 10Hz beat signal is formed entirely by the brain. 

The binaural best is neurologically conveyed to the reticulated formation which uses neurotransmitters to initiate changes in brainwave activity. 

Binaural beats originate in the brainstem’s superior olivary nucleus, the site of contralateral integration of auditory input. 

Brain wave harmonics use carrier frequencies of almost 140Hz to 240Hz. These lower brain wave frequencies are thought to be more soothing, making you feel relaxed and comfortable. 

 Binaural beats keep their intensity regardless of the similar amplitudes of the left-ear and right-ear tones even if one ear is under or below threshold. 

Monaural beats produced with two tones of equal intensity sound clean and pure. To produce perfect monaural beats the amplitudes of the two tones have to be identical. 

Masking binaural beats with white or pink noise does not decrease their effectiveness. Masking monaural beats with white or pink noise eliminates the measurable EEG frequency following response and the perception of beating.