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(​$​4) Binaural Beats 52 Sine Waves Pure Tones - Carrier 261​.​63 Hz (Middle C Note) - Royalty​-​free - Commercial use

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56 Binaural Beats pure tone sine wave. The carrier frequency is 261.63 Hz (Middle C Note on a keyboard) on left ear, the second frequency on the right ear. The difference is the frequency of the binaural beat created (no music added, each track 1 hour).

The tracks are sold with a non-exclusive Royalty-free commercial License. You can use these tracks on all personal and commercial projects.


In the context of binaural beats, the carrier frequency is the foundational frequency upon which the binaural beat phenomenon is built. It forms the basis of the auditory stimulus presented to each ear during binaural beat stimulation.

When you listen to a binaural beat recording, such as those used for brainwave entrainment purposes, you're essentially hearing two distinct tones simultaneously—one in each ear. These tones have slightly different frequencies, typically varying by a few Hertz.

For instance, let's say the carrier frequency is set at 200 Hz. In one ear, you might hear a tone at 200 Hz, while in the other ear, you hear a slightly different tone, perhaps at 205 Hz. The difference between these two frequencies is what creates the binaural beat.

The brain processes these two frequencies separately and perceives the difference between them as a rhythmic pulsing sound—the binaural beat. This beat frequency corresponds to the discrepancy between the frequencies presented to each ear. In our example, the resulting binaural beat would have a frequency of 5 Hz.

Now, why are pure sine waves often used as carrier frequencies in binaural beat recordings?

Pure sine waves are characterized by their simplicity and consistency. They produce a clear, smooth sound without any additional harmonics or overtones. This purity of tone makes them ideal for creating the precise auditory stimuli needed for effective binaural beat generation.

When generating binaural beats, it's essential to ensure that the carrier frequency remains constant and uninterrupted. Any distortion or interference in the carrier wave could detract from the effectiveness of the binaural beat stimulus.

By using pure sine waves as carrier frequencies, binaural beat recordings can maintain a clean, steady signal that facilitates accurate perception of the desired beat frequency. This clarity enhances the overall efficacy of the brainwave entrainment process, allowing listeners to more effectively synchronize their brainwave activity with the desired frequency range for relaxation, focus, or other cognitive benefits.

In summary, the carrier frequency in binaural beats acts as the stable foundation upon which the binaural beat phenomenon is constructed. Pure sine waves are preferred for carrier frequencies due to their simplicity, consistency, and ability to provide a clean, uninterrupted signal essential for effective brainwave entrainment.

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The tracks are sold with a non-exclusive Royalty-free commercial License. You can use these tracks as Production Music on all your personal and commercial projects.

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