Orkugjafi combines Binaural Beats ( BETA-ALPHA Frequencies ) with corresponding visuals. AVE (Audiovisual Entrainment) uses flashes of lights and pulses of tones to guide the brain into various states of brainwave activity.
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Orkugjafi is recorded using slightly different frequencies in each ear. Listening to this track will give the auditory illusion of a third tone, which is called a binaural beat. This track will force the mind to drop to a frequency between 0.5 Hz and 4 Hz. (Delta waves).
Orkugjafi seamlessly blends Binaural Beats with synchronised visuals, using AVE (Audiovisual Entrainment) to hold the viewer and steer the mind through various brainwave states.
This experimental venture aims to capture the immersive essence of a warehouse party with the dynamism of modern spirituality.
Harper shares that the idea took shape during lockdown, a time when social gatherings were limited. Seeking to infuse a sense of togetherness into his work, he drew inspiration from the new normal of virtual events and Friday night Zoom gigs. Wondering about the potential of transforming a track or album into a meditative tape, Harper explores the notion that even seemingly harsh and abrasive sounds could facilitate meditation. In his exploration, he stumbled upon the revelation that incorporating a soundscape inspired by the New York underground not only embraced familiarity but also acted as a grounding force, tethering us to the realm of reality.
The core of the track is structured as a complete Binaural experience, inducing a 4 Hz difference between the left and right ears to gently guide the mind into the delta (sleep) state. The accompanying intense, flashing visuals hyper-stimulate, aiming for a sweet spot where the viewer can descend into a state of relaxed bliss while remaining keenly alert  - an embodiment of the essence of meditation.

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