Audacity – Excellent free Audio Editor
CyberEvolution (BioExplorer EEG Software)
MindAlive (DAVID PAL, etc.)
MindPlace (Sirius, Proteus, Procyon, Thoughtstream, GanzFrames)
MindPlace User Forum
M-Audio (USB/FireWire/Midi audio products)
MuTools (MuLab digital audio workstation for light control encoding and full session creation)
PicoTech (PicoScope and other PC based instrumentation)
Pocket Neurobics (EEG devices including Pendant – available for purchase from TransparentCorp)
Transparent Corp (MindWorkstation, Neuroprogrammer, MindStereo)
Transparent User Forum
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Hi Craig – I get so much out of your writing on the Transparent Corp. Forum. Just started reading your blog. Wowsville.
Wanted to alert you to a link that might need to be updated on your website. I just followed the Laxman link from http://craigtavs.wordpress.com/links/ – The Laxman link yeilds the following error message: Error 404! /index.php File Not Found!
Perhaps this would be a better link: http://neurotronics.eu/
Thanks again for shedding so much light on so many useful, interesting and potentially very beneficial subjects.
Great to hear you’re finding my scratchings useful.
Thanks for the link error – all better now.
Hi greg. tks for your wonderful site. I am new with this kind of program(audiostrobe and so on). Where do I start? I dont know where to start, which tool to buy, which equipment to buy. It has a lot of information. I am feeling lost, I do not know where to start. Do you have any tip or topic in your page to start from scratch? What is your recomendations? tks very much
Welcome to the world of AVS.
There is a page in the Library, Some Thoughts for Prospective AVS Users, that will be helpful.
Neuroprogrammer 3 is the way to go for audio-only and for Audiostrobe once you have an AVS device. NP3 has a comprehensive set of included sessions – becoming familiar with them will be invaluable when you want to customize or create sessions of your own.
As for AVS devices – depends on all the factors I have included in the product reviews. Audiostrobe only? Integral MP3? NP3 compatibility? Colors? Built in sessions? Portability? Ease of use? Open-eye? Closed eye? And so on. Make a list of the features you require and the choice of device will become obvious – every device has a point of difference that might make it just the one for you. If you can get a reasonable wish list together I’d be happy to tell you which devices fit.
You can download a 2 week free trial of NP3 from the Transparent website.
Tks for the nice reply. After some reading, I think the best option is Procyon AVS with the EPOC neuroheadset for the bio sensor. I liked the nova pro 100 but do not say if is compatible with neuro programer 3. The minimal requirement were ( colors, audiostrobe, NP3 compatibility). Portability is not need because I will use at home. Ease of use is a wanted item, but isn´t a must have. About eyes, I do not know, since I never used. Tks for the adivice of trial of NP3, I tried. But now, I really want to test with the equipment and with the bio feedback system.
tks very much again. Marcos
The Procyon is a great all-rounder and the device I started with. It continues to be a favorite of mine. I you get hooked you can start collecting devices with more exotic features. It provides excellent closed-eye full color imagery and with a little bit of fiddling decent open-eye can be achieved by putting paper diffusers over the LEDs.
The Epoc seems popular and apparently does the job. I’ve not used any of the low cost EEG devices so I’m only going on what people say. The basic EEG guru seems to be Brewmasher on the Transparent forum.
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