Real Brain-Sounds are based on measurements of brain activity and compose them. Of course sounds have an impact, such as music on the brain, but they are not Brain-Sounds. A sinusoidal signal on an alpha-frequency (8-11 Hz) has nothing to do with sound from the brain. Brain activity is much finer modulated and differentiated as a technical alpha signal. Therefore, the assumption that listening to alpha pulses has positive effect on the brain is unfounded and not supported by anything. The probability of an effect is even smaller than a placebo, because the mindless signal gets “annoying” to many people in the long term and even can trigger headache.
With Brain-Sounds it’s about listening to yourself and filter out the parallel processes of the brain. As a result, there are always a number of Brain-Sounds simultaneously. When Martin Schöne 2005 layered simple sound filters and docked on original EEG sound, he discovered the Brain-Sounds: orders, harmonies, rhythms, modulations, sound shifts in brain waves. It is clear that there must be orders in the Brain-Sounds, otherwise no one else could think of something to write, read or hear. In addition all the sounds you hear only noise and cacophony of dozens of sounds (see below 01 original EEG sound). With appropriate filtering the orders can now be found.
Of course, we still face a sea of possibilities, since hardly neurobiological evidence and selection criteria exist, but that these sounds discoveries can be made is clear.
The Brain-Sounds therefore offer a creative and exploratory space for the joy of discovery. With the Brain-Avatar you can test the filtered Brain-Sounds for efficacy.
As audition are nine different sounds that come from one measurement. Currently we are researching new filters in order to show synchronization more sensitive. The mathematics of brain research makes it no different: it takes the whole information of the frequencies, converts this to numbers, transforms them, until only the synchronization remains.
Must it not be possible to develop a sound filter that does something similar? Is our ear not also particularly suitable to detect synchronization? Born of the theory, the Brain-Sounds open now many application possibilities, especially playfully inquiring.
In the brain plays a large orchestra with many instruments. They do not always play together harmoniously, or even the same piece. To make it a concert is the next step.