Can I use SBaGen to make my own binaural beat tapes and CDs to sell?
Yes, you can. The generated binaural beats and pink noise can be used for any purpose. However, if you mix them with audio from external sources such as the included OGG files, then you need to pay attention to the licensing terms on these. For example, the two river sounds OGG files which I produced are released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license. However, if you are only using external sources that you have created yourself, you can do what you like with the generated WAV files. If you don’t include the sbagen source code or executables or any of the other copyright materials in your release, there are no restrictions. (If you redistribute sbagen code or binaries, then that comes under the terms of the GNU GPL — see the COPYING file.) In any case, a credit and web-link on the tape/CD would be appreciated, but this is not required. However, do note that I cannot accept any responsibility for any claims you may make for your product. It is up to you to check tha
- Ive heard that commercial binaural beat tapes are created with specially-calibrated equipment to generate tones accurate enough to create the correct binaural beats. Is SBaGen this accurate?
- What type of cable do I need to convert cassettes to CDs?
- How does Trusonic work without tapes, CDs or satellites?
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