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Binaural Betas are used to simulate ULF (ultra low frequency) brainwave patterns that are common in everyday brainwave activity. Typical human hearing does not pick up frequencies below 25hz. The lowest key on a modern piano for example is 27.5Hz. Binaural beats are auditory brainstem responses that originate in the superior olivary nucleus of the brain. This response is a result of two separate frequencies being played to each ear through headphones. The difference in frequencies creates a “wub” or “beat” sound that is equal to difference in tones.
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