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A contribution by Oneiromancer68

the clans gather for war. fast drums (at roughly high alpha for brainwave entrainment), bagpipe drones. and a little impulse noise to supplement the percussion. this gen is activating but not stressful. no headphones needed.

[this generator is one of a series -- an ongoing experiment with the combination of drones, percussive elements, and brainwave entrainment elements: either isochronic (a steady throb at a particular frequency -- in this case, the drums themselves) or binaural (throb alternating ears at the same frequency). the isochronic tones available through the generator here are limited by pitch, and the upper frequencies are unpleasant. the binaural tones are more pleasant on the ear but require headphones. in all these brainwave entrainment gens, the carrier tone (the underlying beat) is masked to some extent by other elements to make listening to it more enjoyable.]

Published on September 14, 2021

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  Interesting! The impulse noise almost sounds like the snare drums in a pipe band, when you hear it along with the drone and drums, but I think it's because I've heard a lot of pipe bands and I am listening for that. Very cool!