Micael Nobre

Portugal

Sound Engineering and Research @ SonoFields

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Benefits of Brainwave Entrainment

Delta Delta is the slowest brainwave level, associated with dreamless (non-REM) sleep. Essential for proper restoration of health and immune system. Delta brainwave entrainment has been shown to: Theta Theta brainwaves are associated with a deeper state of mindfulness, creative insight, cognitive & memory enhancement, and feelings of deep connectedness. Also, it’s the level at …

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Binaural Beats Without Headphones? No, But.

You may have heard of binaural beats but you’re still not sure if you can listen to them without headphones. The answer is no (but). Headphones are an important part of binaural beats because of how the beats are designed to work. Just as a refresher, let’s go over that explanation quickly. Binaural Beats Work …

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Getting a Good Signal with the Muse Headband

When measuring brainwaves, it’s fundamental to get a clear signal with minimal noise. I usually discard all the sessions that exceed a certain noise threshold, because noise can distort the information we need to analyze. There are some aspects to take into consideration when trying to get a good signal. Headset Placement Even though I …

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Brainwave Entrainment Audio Tracks (Free Download)

On this page, you can download free brainwave entrainment tracks (binaural beats and isochronic tones) focusing on five different brainwave frequencies. Get Your Brainwave Entrainment Tracks What you get: The five frequency ranges are: Delta Delta is the slowest brainwave level, associated with dreamless (non-REM) sleep. Essential for proper restoration of health and immune system. …

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EEG Session 31: Beta Audiovisual Entrainment

This page contains the data and analysis of a brain wave recording session I did using a Muse Gen 1 EEG Headband. Session Characteristics All Sensors Front Sensors (AF7, AF8, Smoothed Out) Absolute Average Values (All Sensors) Percentual Average Values (All Sensors) Brainwave Lateralization Center of Gravity For reference: the circle with the black circumference …

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EEG Session 30: Beta Audiovisual Entrainment

This page contains the data and analysis of a brain wave recording session I did using a Muse Gen 1 EEG Headband. Session Characteristics All Sensors Right-Back Sensor (TP10) Front Sensors (AF7, AF8, Smoothed Out) Absolute Average Values (All Sensors) Percentual Average Values (All Sensors) Brainwave Lateralization Center of Gravity For reference: the circle with …

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EEG Session 27: Beta + Gamma Isochronic Tones

This page contains the data and analysis of a brain wave recording session I did using a Muse Gen 1 EEG Headband. Session Characteristics All Sensors Front, Left Sensor (AF7) Front, Right Sensor (AF8) Right-Back Sensor (TP10) How Does Dominance Change Over Time? The graphs shown below show how dominant frequencies were across the session, in %. …

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EEG Session 26: Theta Audiovisual Entrainment

This page contains the data and analysis of a brain wave recording session I did using a Muse Gen 1 EEG Headband. Session Characteristics All Sensors All Sensors (Gamma and Beta Isolated) Front Sensors (AF7, AF8) How Does Dominance Change Over Time? The graphs shown below show how dominant frequencies were across the session, in %. Absolute …

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EEG Session 25: Theta Audiovisual Entrainment

This page contains the data and analysis of a brain wave recording session I did using a Muse Gen 1 EEG Headband. Session Characteristics All Sensors Right-Back Sensor (TP10, Gamma and Delta Isolated) How Does Dominance Change Over Time? The graphs shown below show how dominant frequencies were across the session, in %. Absolute Average Values (All …

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EEG Session 24: Theta Audiovisual Entrainment

This page contains the data and analysis of a brain wave recording session I did using a Muse Gen 1 EEG Headband. Session Characteristics All Sensors Right, Back Sensor (TP10, Gamma and Delta Isolated) How Does Dominance Change Over Time? The graphs shown below show how dominant frequencies were across the session, in %. Absolute Average Values …

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