Brain.fm tech stack
Brain.fm uses AI to generate music to help you focus, relax, meditate and sleep, backed by scientific research. We use our bleeding edge audio entrainment (that we patented) which you can feel in just minutes of use.
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Questions about Brain.fm
According to their site, it is preferable and more effective for users to use earbuds or headphones when utilizing Brain.fm, than if they were to use their speakers. They go on to explain that headphones allow you to hear their patented "3D audio enhancements," which are critical to the neuron locking process.
According to their Google Play page, there are over 150,000 regular users of Brain.fm's services.
Brain.fm offers the first 5 sessions for free.
After that, customers can opt for either the monthly subscription at $6.95 per month, or the yearly subscription for $47.40
brain.fm is a web and mobile application that plays timed clips of brain-altering sounds and music to help you do whatever it is you're trying to do, whether that's focusing on work, engaging in a creative hobby, meditating, and even getting ready to go to sleep.
brain.fm holds patents on key processes that use audio triggers to elicit what they call "strong neural phase locking" which allow neurons to engage in various kinds of coordinated activity, and technology to remove distraction in sound. The brain.fm team works with academic institutions to research and validate their effect on brain activity using fMRI and EEG readings. brain.fm received the following awards:
- #1 Product of the Day on Product Hunt on November 17, 2015
- #1 Product of the Week on Product Hunt on November 17, 2015
- #2 Product of the Month for November 2015