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Beneficial subliminal music: binaural beats, hemi-sync and metamusic

  title={Beneficial subliminal music: binaural beats, hemi-sync and metamusic},
  author={Rosina Caterina Filimon},
The present study describes the usage of subliminal music set to incur beneficial effects on the human mind and body through the Binaural Beats and the Hemi-Sync technologies. The Binaural Beats technology was discovered in 1839 by the German physicist Heinrich Wilhelm Dove (1803-1879) and tested on the encephalograph by the American biophysicist Gerald Oster (1918-1993) in 1973 at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. The Binaural Beats uses are carried out by blending them into music or… Expand
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Auditory beats in the brain.
  • G. Oster
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Scientific American
  • 1973
1) Oster’s idea was to use the perception of binaural beats as a diagnostic tool because some people are unable to perceive and respond to them, which seems to follow in line with the research done by David Seiver, Transparent Corp and others in regards to monaural and isochronic tones producing stronger entrainment. Expand
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