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Monaural Beat Minor Second Beta Wave Pair A#/B Note 22.6Hz 8", 8" Classic Frosted #beta7

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Monaural Beat Minor Second Beta Wave Pair A#/B Note 22.6Hz 8", 8" Classic Frosted #beta7

This set includes:

8" A# Note Frosted Quartz Crystal Singing Bowl #c8asp5

Octave: 4   Frequency: 467 Hz

22.6 Hz Difference = Alpha Frequency

8" B Note Frosted Quartz Crystal Singing Bowl #c8bp10

Octave: 4   Frequency: 496.6 Hz

The interval between these notes is equal to a Minor Second interval. This harmony is slightly dissonant and dramatic, while producing a 'beat' auditory effect at a rapid rate.

Beta (12-40 Hz)

Beta waves are mostly associated with our conscious daily cognitive processes in the waking state. This includes our ability to stay task-oriented, to focus, and solve problems. Much of our necessary logic is best refined when the beta waves are at an optimal frequency.

Too much beta activity can lead to over-stimulation, high anxiety, and stress.

Too little beta activity can lead to depression, lack of attention, and poor problem solving or logic skills.


Monaural beats, or monaural tones, are auditory processing artifacts, or apparent sounds, caused by specific physical stimuli. The effect on the brainwaves depends on the difference in frequencies of each tone. For example, if 300 Hz was played in one ear and 310 in the other, then the monaural beat would have a frequency of 10 Hz. Playing these bowls at the same time promotes this stimulation in the brain that has a multitude of benefits including relaxation, stress relief, peak mental alertness and focus, providing relief from lost sleep, mood elevating, and much more.

Also see:

The 5 Main Brainwaves

Harmonic Musical Intervals