Effects of Musical Acoustic Signals Controlled by the Subject’s EEG Oscillators

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We report here studies of the effects of two methods of musical EEG biocontrol in which the subject’s dominant spectral EEG components (EEG oscillators) were transformed into music-like signals with flute-like timbre. In some cases, the pitches and intensities of these sound signals varied smoothly depending directly on the ongoing EEG amplitudes of the EEG… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11055-016-0365-z

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@article{Fedotchev2016EffectsOM, title={Effects of Musical Acoustic Signals Controlled by the Subject’s EEG Oscillators}, author={Alexander Fedotchev and A. T. Bondar’ and A. V. Bakhchina and S. B. Parin and Sofia A. Polevaya and G. S. Radchenko}, journal={Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology}, year={2016}, volume={47}, pages={47-51} }