SleepPhones are a unique type of headphones that are built into a soft and comfortable headband.
Sleep phones are headphone products designed specifically for our use while sleeping. They are typically made with a soft and comfortable headband that can be worn all night long, and they have small speakers built into the band that plays music, white noise, or other sounds to help you fall asleep and stay asleep.
Here are some of the numerous benefits of using sleep phones:
How do Binaural beats work?
To explain how binaural beats work, we can say that binaural beats are a multitude of frequencies that are best listened to using headphones. Put another way, the binaural beats are tones with two differing frequencies at the same time. These tones are able to program the mind and brain to feel a certain way and react a certain way. Effectively, when listening to these tones, the brain is naturally helped to change thoughts as your brain will be affected by the tones it is hearing.
When it comes to audio and video editing and working with computer based files, the need for backup is essential. More and more, we are reliant on computer based editing systems and this may involve local workstation work, or editing on the cloud. Regardless of the situation you are working with, the importance of file backup can not be overstated. It is imperative to make sure you are backing up your work and files.
When it comes to headphones for sleep and relaxation, it is certainly a different ball game to a standard set of headphones for ‘awake’ listening. After all, quality and dynamics issues aside, you need to be able to actually move your head freely while you’re sleeping, and a bulky set of headphones, simply won’t work for most people.
Using two microphones can create a stereo effect that closely copies the effect of our human ears. There are several ways to do this, in terms of ‘stereo set ups’ and can often be set up in mixer controls too, like Mid Side as an example. This is explained in more detail below:
If you imagine that you are listening to a sound and you turn your head, you will notice the sound spatially changing from one side to the other. Our two ears allow us to perceive where sound is coming from and also hear in much more detail compared to one straight mono, single source sound.