has been acquired by Garrett Stevens and will begin doing business as Hemi-Sync (formerly d/b/a Monroe Products), the company said.
The company is known for its Hemi-Sync audio technology, which it said can have dramatic effects on states of consciousness.
Practice: Select a CD of binaural beat music to match your specific stress-related symptoms at Hemi-Sync
Hemi-Sync Audio Technology, developed at the Monroe Institute (Faber, Virginia), uses inaudible sound frequencies called binaural beats to induce changes in brain wave activity.
For example, when using Hemi-Sync Audio Technology, a frequency of 100 Hz is piped into one ear via headphones and a frequency of 107 Hz is directed to the other ear.
The Institute employs a device known as Hemi-Sync using "binaural beats" complex frequencies given through headphones that allow humans to "hear" signals well out of the range of normal hearing.
In one of her sessions with the Hemi-Sync frequencies Caudill encounters the Beagle a machine that "desperately wanted to fulfill its mission satisfactorily" but its antennae were crumpled and it couldn't signal Earth.
Deaconess provides a number of services designed to improve patient comfort, with a certified massage therapist on staff, a therapy called Healing Touch, classes in tai chi, chanting and drumming, and a series of "Hemi-Sync
" sound therapy tapes designed to help the left and right sides of the brain interact for better focus of energy and attention.
"When the brain is in synchronicity, there's more focus," says Carol Moore, marketing director of Monroe Products, which makes Hemi-Sync
verbal meditations and music that contain embedded binaural beats.
The Institute employs a device known as Hemi-Sync
, using "binaural beats," complex frequencies given through headphones that allow humans to "hear" signals well out of the range of normal hearing.
frequencies imperceptibly woven into the rich, delightful compositions produce binaural beating to carry you to a profound state of relaxation, hemi-syno.com
In 2005, he joined with the Monroe Institute to produce meta-music using Monroe's Hemi-Sync
technology embedded in musical tracks.