Delta frequency brainwave entrainment from Brainwave-Sync, using Isochronic Tones technology. Unlike binaural beats, isochronic tones can work without headphones and do not require stereo audio in order to achieve the entrainment effect.
Isochronic tones work by producing sound that uses a regular pattern. The principle is the same as turning the volume up and down at regular intervals. This creates a very powerful effect that stimulates the thalamus within the brain. Unlike monoaural beats, isochronic tones uses a more pronounced form of 'beating' which is more noticeable. Whilst some people may prefer more subtle forms of entrainment - isochronic tones is one of the most effective forms available.
When embedded correctly into audio, the sound can indeed be very pleasant. This is one of Brainwave-Sync's favoured techniques, and has proved to be very popular.
In this video we have used delta frequency isochronic tones at a frequency of 3.5hz. This has been embedded into music to make the effect more enjoyable. The volume of the isochronic tones in this video is actually louder than we usually use. In most of our CDs and MP3s we prefer to make the tones slightly more subtle. However we feel it is always good to experiment and produce variation.
The video uses fractal animation. The fractal frames were created individually, and then added together with video rendering software. Post processing was then done for color enhancement, sharpness, and a number of other factors.