Spectrum Sound Resonance System (SSRS)

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Co-creator of INNER SOUND - Jack Wilken ...

...developed Spectrum Sound Resonance System to enhance your listening experience.

Each INNER SOUND title contains psychoacoustic effects that promote greater "communication" - synchronization - between the two hemispheres of your brain.

How does this benefit you?

"When our brains are 'in phase' it means both hemispheres are more likely to be producing the same brainwave frequency patterns simultaneously.

We typically experience a greater degree of relaxation at all levels - mental, emotional & physical - and have greater awareness of and access to information available within the full spectrum of brainwave states of beta, alpha, theta & delta."

"Psychoacoustics is the terms given to the study & research developed to better understand how our central nervous system processes sound of all kinds."

Sound - a Uniquely Personal Experience

Our hearing is 50% memory. Our responses to music and our preferences for the types of music we listen to can often be influenced by how our body reacts to or recalls certain sound experiences - including tempo or musical intervals.

We can also be influenced by the degree of response we 'perceive' the music to be creating. We tend to attribute our individual reactions to the music itself - 'I don't like that music', 'it's bad for me' 'oh that's wonderful' - without questioning why the same piece of music can be perceived differently by a room full of people.

Music is a neutral stimulus that creates vibration & therefore movement throughout our whole body and at all levels.

How Sound Heals

Sound energy, in the form of mechanical waves, is transformed, as it enters through the ear, into electrical impulses, which travel through the network of connective tissue to all parts of the body.

The systems of the body, whose resonant quality matches the 'motifs' used in the Tools for Self-Discovery series, respond through sympathetic resonance.

To understand this phenomenon further read our latest article Sonic Pathways - on the effect of sound & music on the human organism.