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Upbeat Study Music Electronic Mix for Deep Focus (Neon Gorilla) – Isochronic Tones

Upbeat study music electronic mix for peak focus (Neon Gorillia). Part of my peak focus for complex tasks series. Beta isochronic tones – reach a high focus mental state.

Use this track when working on advanced and complicated topics like coding/programming, mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any complex mental activity.

Isochronic tones produce a stronger and more powerful brainwave entrainment effect, compared to binaural beats or standard music.

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What is this?

This is a high-intensity audio brainwave entrainment session, using isochronic tones. Listen to this when you need a strong burst of intense focus to concentrate and study things like advanced mathematics, scientific formulas, financial analysis or any other complex mental activity.

How is this session constructed?

The session starts off beating at 10Hz and ramps up to 18Hz by the 6-minute mark. It stays at 18Hz until the final 5 minutes where it ramps back down again.

How to use it?

Listen to this track with your eyes open while doing the task/activity you want to focus on.

Headphones are NOT required

Although headphones are not required you may find they produce a more intense effect, because they help to block out distracting external sounds.

When to listen?

Because this track increases your beta brainwave activity, it’s best to listen to this during the daytime and early evening. If you listen to this too close to bedtime, it might disrupt your sleep, in a similar way to how you might respond if you drank coffee just before going to bed.

How loud should the volume be?

The main thing to consider is that it should be loud enough to hear the repetitive isochronic tones, so you don’t want it so quiet you can hardly hear them. But you also don’t want it so loud that it’s uncomfortable for you and hurts your ears, or gives you a headache. I’d recommend starting with the volume around halfway and adjust it to a level that you feel comfortable with from there.

OLED TV Users – Screen Burn Concerns

I’ve received concerns from some viewers, regarding potential screen burn issues when I’ve had a static image in the centre of the screen. To overcome that, the static image in the centre is constantly changing in size throughout the video. It enlarges from 100 to 110% by the 5-minute mark. It then gradually goes back down to 100% over the next 5 minutes. The same cycle keeps repeating. It’s very subtle, so it doesn’t change the viewing experience, while also protecting OLED screens from potential screen burn.

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