Comparison of brainwave entrainment software

Brainwave entrainment is the practice of entraining one’s brainwaves to a desired frequency, by means of a periodic stimulus with corresponding frequency. The stimulus can be aural as in the case of binaural or monaural beats and isochronic tones, visual as with a dreamachine, a combination of the two as with a mind machine, or even electrical or magnetic stimulation. The software intended to be used solely for brainwave entrainment comprise only a fraction of all of the software that can be used for brainwave entrainment.

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Software Version Operating systems Developer License
BeeOne SMOD/HMS 3.1 Windows Hemi-Synths Explorers Proprietary
Binaural Beethoven 3.1.4 iOS Tomáš Baculák Proprietary
Brain Equalizer 3.7.0 iOS Tomáš Baculák Proprietary
BrainWave Generator 3.1 Windows Noromaa Solutions Oy. Proprietary
BrainWaveProducer 1.0 Windows SaschArt Proprietary
Gnaural 1.0.20100707 Android, FreeBSD, Linux, Mac OS X, Windows gnaural GPL
BrainIgniter Player 6.0 Windows Volition Proprietary
Neuro Entrainment 2.0 Android Tensai Proprietary
Neuro-Programmer 3 3.0.9.0 Windows Transparent Corp. Proprietary
Mind WorkStation 1.2.2.0 Windows Transparent Corp. Proprietary
SBaGen 1.4.4 DOS, FreeBSD, Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, WinCE Uazu GPL
Brainwave Studio 1.5 Mac OS X, iOS RCS Software Proprietary
Discord 3.2.1 Linux Stan Lysiak GPL
Isochronic Tone Generator 1.8 iOS CMLStudio Proprietary
Lux VST Brainwave Entrainment Instrument 1.1 Windows Steve Duell GPL
Neuro Sequencer Pro 1.7 Windows isone Proprietary
SHARM Studio 5 5.3.5 Windows CyberTeam Ltd. Proprietary

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