Audicin Lab Blog

The latest scientific research that goes into ensuring Audicin improves health and wellbeing
Three ways that music helps productivity

Which music will help my productivity? These tips plus my 20 years of experience has gone into developing Audicin’s House Style and Audio Architecture (patent in progress), the methods of composition and playlist creation we use to generate our effective soundtracks.

Audicin's productivity technology becomes part of any task, giving you the benefits of balanced energy and driven focus, while remaining where it belongs, in the background of the task at hand.

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What are Binaural Beats?

Binaural beats are a sound illusion. They are not a physical reality, rather we perceive them because of how our minds work. This is not magic, but the scientific reality of how your brain understands the world around you. Consider the example of visual illusions. The checker shadow illusion is a classic. Squares A and […]

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Cognitive Augmentation - the answer to a $1 trillion problem

Audicin is the ultimate science-backed digital therapeutic sound-based tool for cognitive augmentation

A critical hack for unlocking cognitive augmentation is nervous system regulation. Nervous system regulation by Audicin is the pathway towards enhanced productivity, creativity and performance.

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Improve productivity with sound

Scientists agree - sound can make our brains more productive. Studies prove that we can utilise elements of sound to shift brain patterns towards the state we want, whether we need to sleep, relax, concentrate, control pain, multi-task or even be creative. One sound element that helps shift brain states is binaural beats. Interestingly binaural […]

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Enjoyable audio treatments can be effective in managing chronic pain

Chronic pain is a debilitating condition that significantly impairs quality of life. According to the British Pain Society, more than 28 million people in the UK are living with chronic pain (lasting longer than 3 months), that's 44% of the population. As well as the debilitating impact of pain experiences, there are additional physical and […]

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Can music medicine improve my life?

Learn how music medicine can improve you life by reducing stress and enabling productivity.

At Audicin every aspect of music composition and production is research-driven by our unique team expertise in arts, science and engineering. The magic of this combination is the only way to achieve an optimised result that is enjoyable to listen to over and over again.

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It is a mistake to be led by brain studies

Why people love the brain for all the wrong reasons! Neuroscience offers fascinating insights into what it means to be human. But it does not reveal everything - it is only one piece in our puzzle and it is a mistake to be overly dependent on brain effects to understand wellbeing.

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Entrain your brain waves

How do binaural beats work? Binaural beats (BBs) impact our brain and body in a way that shifts nervous system and alters our alertness. BBs are flexible; they can relax or stimulate depending on the beats and the person. BBs are not a simple science. Companies marketing BB quick fixes – there are terrible examples […]

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Improve sleep with Audicin

A good night’s rest is vital to your health and wellbeing. Insomnia – regular experience of poor sleep - results in reduced productivity, slowed reaction times, depression, anxiety disorders, weight gain, high blood pressure and heart disease. A 2021 study tested the naps of 22 medical students in the presence or absence of binaural beat […]

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We run regular studies on how Audicin's music impacts on psychology, body and brain processes. If you would like to be informed of upcoming studies and participation opportunities then please let us know by leaving your contact details here.

    Dr Victoria Williamson at TED, discussing the power of musical memory
    Dr Victoria Williamson talking about the 6 Golden Rules of listening to music whilst working