Our Science.

The core technology of our platform uses brainwave entrainment to alter neural oscillations accordingly, and stimulate cells inside your ear.


We use AI to create the instrumental for all of our tracks, and adapt in real-time to personal inputs such as weather, nature of activity, and level of occupation. Finally, manually adding the acoustic features which constitute our core technology.

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Brainwave Entrainment

Our methods for optimizing around alpha, beta and theta waves stand in a 3D Sound environment, a set of specially-tuned noises, and frequency modulation applied directly in each stereo channel, impacting positively brain activity.

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Virtual Environment

Tested by the University of Michigan and KAIST Daejeon University, VR Workspaces offer a systematic support that can enhance people’s study experience and increase their focus.

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How it works.

  • 3D Externalized Sound

    We utilize spatial audio techniques involving generalized head-related transfer functions to create the illusion that sound is coming from your environment. For example, our relax and sleep music create a "rocking" motion, designed to calm user, while the focus sessions are optimized to set your attention on the computer screen, acoustics are engineered based on type of room you could possibly find yourself in.

  • Frequency modulation

    Our tracks are carefully applied modulation based on the type of activity you are currently immersed in. To alter brain activity more effectively, we discovered that binaural beats alone are not enough, that's where our special sauce comes in.

    Our modulation rates are: 1-2hz for Sleep, 4-6Hz for Relax and Meditation, 8-10hz for Focus.

  • Specially-tuned noises

    We use special systematic beats of a single tone to amplify the initial modulation, by actively playing them under the principal layers of composition. These tones match the frequency of the initial modulation at all times.

  • Threshold Sound Conditioning

    TSC works by repeatedly stimulating the cells inside the ear in hopes of promoting and supporting the neural pathways necessary for sound to reach the parts of the brain where they can then be processed and recognized as sound. The abstract of the research paper was published in the online edition of Neurology.

  • Emmy Award-winning sound recordist

    Gordon Hempton's library of sounds is avaialible in WiredVibe. For nearly 25 years he has provided professional audio services to musicians, galleries, museums, and media producers, including Microsoft, Smithsonian, National Geographic, Discovery, National Public Radio, and numerous other businesses and organizations.