Binaural and Isochraonic

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Binaural and Isochraonic

Postby nightflyt » 05 Jul 2011 11:40

Hello and a newbie,

I was looking into purchasing binaural beats for lucid dreaming but i ran across something else that is called Isochronic tones. My confusion is what is the difference and when would i use one over the other to promote lucid dreaming.

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Re: Binaural and Isochraonic

Postby rdubya » 05 Jul 2011 17:27

Not sure the difference, no google answer? I have used Kelly Howell's Lucid Dreaming. It has worked a couple of times. Hers are Binaural.

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Re: Binaural and Isochraonic

Postby dagomez99 » 07 Jul 2011 05:19

The difference is that the binaurals use separate frequencies for each earphone, and don't work with speakers, isochronics use like a series of beats/silence in a desired frequency, and work with speakers, binaurals are the most effective for delta ranges, isochronics work well in those ranges, but not as well as binaurals, isochronics, for the other ranges are more effective than binaurals.

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