Fedora 9 Update: gnaural-1.0.20080808-5.fc9

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Fedora Update Notification
2009-01-07 06:45:30

Name        : gnaural
Product     : Fedora 9
Version     : 1.0.20080808
Release     : 5.fc9
URL         : http://gnaural.sourceforge.net/
Summary     : A multi-platform programmable binaural-beat generator
Description :
Gnaural is a multi-platform programmable binaural-beat generator. It
is actually brainwave entrainment software for creating binaural beats
intended to be used as personal brainwave synchronization software,
for scientific research, or by professionals. Gnaural allows for the
creation of binaural beat tracks specifying different frequencies and
exporting tracks into different audio formats. Gnaural runnings can
also be linked over the internet, allowing synchronous sessions
between many users.

Update Information:

Gnaural is a multi-platform programmable binaural-beat generator, implementing
the principles described in the October 1973 Scientific American article
"Auditory Beats in the Brain" (Gerald Oster). There has been considerable
research done on the subject since that publication, and Gnaural's Windows-based
predecessor, WinAural, has been used as the audio stimulus in at least one
published study, "The Induced Rhythmic Oscillations of Neural Activity in the
Human Brain", D. Cvetkovic, D. Djuwari, I. Cosic (Australia), from Proceeding
(417) Biomedical Engineering - 2004.                   The central finding of
Oster's article: brain  activity can be entrained to the auditory beat
frequencies created when each ear is presented simultaneously with tones of
slightly different frequency.

  [ 1 ] Bug #475032 - Review Request: gnaural - A multi-platform programmable binaural-beat generator.

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update gnaural' at the command line.
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