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What are Isochronic Tones?

Isochronic tones are regular beats of a single tone used for Brainwave Entrainment. Similar to monaural beats, the interference pattern that produces the beat is outside the brain so headphones are not required for entrainment to be effective.

Isochronic-Tones

They differ from monaural beats, which are constant sine wave pulses rather than entirely separate pulses of a single tone.

Isochronic tones are a very effective audio-based method of stimulating the brain. You may have heard of another method called binaural beats. Both of these methods are examples of a complex neurological process known as Brainwave Entrainment (pronounced: “ehn – TRAIN – mint”), which enables the use of audio or visual stimuli to affect the brain and help people with a variety of problems.

To learn more about Brainwave Entrainment, click here.

At its simplest level, an isochronic tone is just a tone that is being turned on and off rapidly. They create sharp, distinctive pulses of sound, as seen in the pattern below:

isochronic-waves

The volume or intensity of the sound goes almost directly from 0 to 100 and back again in an evenly-spaced manner. This leaves a stronger impression on the brain, compared to binaural beats or other methods that use wave-like pulses.

Additionally, isochronic tones differ from binaural beats in that they use a single tone, not two. The pulses that affect the brain are created manually by the software, so only a single tone is needed. This has several advantages. Headphones are no longer needed. And if headphones are worn, different frequencies can be sent to each ear, which is important for protocols used in certain studies.

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