To understand the processes


A brief explanation of some concepts

In many ways, we are different from others

We want it all to be simple. 

We do not want to complicate things, but complex solutions force us to take such an approach – to explain what is what.

Immersive Audio and Tactile Therapy is a specific set of sounds that help alleviate and eliminate some health problems.

The system protocol is a complex set of meta therapies and boosters in a time sequence of 21 to 90 days. (Degeneration + Disorder, Control points, Restoration, Strengthening-Healing)

Meta therapy is an audio file that combines a tuner and soundscape. It is a pure “digital vaccine” that has a clear target.

It is a basic ingredient – a clear sound of specific frequencies. Generated are: binaural beats + Isochronic tone + subsound 

Booster is an ingredient to emphasize the effects of meta therapy. They consist of universal building blocks and can also be used alone.

It is an ambient sound, the background – a neutral soundstage. It serves as a user-friendly experience.

Binaural tones are auditory illusions that occur when you hear different frequency sounds in different ears.

The main difference between binaural beats and isochronic tones is that binaural tones are continuous, whereas isochronic tones are not continuous. Binaural tone consists of two slightly different tones presented to each ear at the same time, whereas isochronic tones are single tones that come on and off at regular intervals. Isochronic tones are consistent regular beats of a single tone. To explain it in the simplest of terms, an isochronic tone is a tone being switched on and off very quickly.

HD audio, or high-definition audio, enables streaming music to sound more like an original studio recording. While the specifications for HD audio can vary, the term is generally used to refer to digital music formats that offer at least CD-quality mastering.

HD audio is a term for audio files with sample rate greater than 44.1kHz or audio bit depth higher than 16-bit. It commonly refers to 96 or 192kHz sample rates.

“Ultra HD” or UHD is even better, streaming up to 24 bit/48kHZ (or 96kHz to 192kHz). “UHD” is the immersive one and includes Dolby Atmos and 360 Reality Audio formats.

An acronym for “Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response.” It includes particular noises that can produce a relaxing tingle in the back of the head or of spine of an individual, including whispering, lip smacking, scratching on hard surfaces, brushing sounds, etc.

Haptic refers to the sense of touch and the sensations that it produces, typically through vibrations or pressure applied to the skin.

(also kinaesthetic communication or 3D touch)

Vibroacoustic therapy is a relatively new field of study that combines the principles of music therapy and vibration therapy to improve health and well-being. Many researchers and developers have contributed to developing and understanding vibroacoustic therapy.