You Can Make Your Own Binaural Beats Meditations Simply At Home
Here’s a great binaural beats example of what you can do with some simple tools and binaural beats technology. Grab your headphones and check this out. A great way to start the day or get yourself up and going when you’re in a bit of a lull and trying to get moving.
Now if like me you’ve been listening to binaural beats or isochronic tones meditations for any length of time you may have wondered how to do your own.
I’ve been experimenting a bit lately because I also figured there must be a way to make my own. And I was right.
Now if you want to make your own binaural beats or isochronic meditations you can. A few simple tools and some simple guidance and you’re on your way.
You may have a recording device on your computer now that you can use. For me, I found that using the audacity recorder works well and it can be used to generate your own tones and beats as well.
As to a binaural beats generator there are a couple that I’ve used. The bwgen or brainwave generator was one of the first I found and used. It has some great presets as well as some tested addons you can grab from their site. You can download it from here.
OK, so first thing you need to do is download the audacity player/recorder here. After that you have two choices. I got both of these and they both have their good and bad points. The bwgen software works well and you can also use it to create some isochronic tones.
I would advise against trying to do your own if you have limited knowledge as there could be effects that could be harmful. Just sayin. Use the presets. Then you at least know what you’re getting into.
Oh and here’s a disclaimer for you before we get too far in :The contents of this website are intended for educational and entertainment purposes only. Isochronic tones that are presented here have been tested to be safe. Other tones that the reader might try to experiment with that aren’t found in this website takes it at his own risk. I will take no responsibility or liability if any damage or harm is done to your brain. People with conditions relating to the brain such as epilepsy, should refrain from following the projects.
Now that that’s out of the way let’s move on. Grab the bwgen program. There is also another great bit of software called resonance that has not only the binaural beats presets but also some great ambient sound clips in it as well. So you can mix the background beats and add in your ambient sounds to get a full meditation style MP3. You can download the resonance software here.
Once you have all that you can play around with it yourself and, as a bonus, Jess over at Isochronic Tones blog will show you how to make your own isochronic tones with the tools you’ve just downloaded.
There you go you’re all set.
Leave a comment below and let me know how you make out creating your own binaural beats or isochronic tones and how you’re using them.