Relief from Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears) through Sound Files with Tremolo Effects
I've created sound files, using an audio software program called Audacity,
following this protocol.
Each file is a 3-minute tone consisting of a sine wave at various frequencies (4300, 6500, and 9000 Hertz),
containing strong amplitude modulation at either 10 Hertz or 20 Hertz, using Audacity's "tremolo" effect.
To find the frequency of your tinnitus, google "tinnitus frequency matching test", and use one of the links.
Here are the sound files that I created from the description in the research paper.
4300 Hz Frequency with 10 Hz Tremolo
4300 Hz Frequency with 20 Hz Tremolo
6500 Hz Frequency with 10 Hz Tremolo
6500 Hz Frequency with 20 Hz Tremolo
9000 Hz Frequency with 10 Hz Tremolo
9000 Hz Frequency with 20 Hz Tremolo
The files are mp3's which can be downloaded using any web browser.
Listen to a file using your computer's default media player,
or download VLC Media Player free.
I've also found that a frequency sweep - sound starting with a low frequency and
moving to a high frequency - can be effective to temporarily reduce
tinnitus. Below are three sound files providing a frequency sweep from 40 Hertz
to 16000 Hz. The first file is a standard sweep.
The second file also incorporates tremolo at 10 Hertz and the
third file incorporates tremolo at 20 Hertz.
Sweep with 10 Hz Tremolo
Sweep with 20 Hz Tremolo
The information on this website is provided as an informational resource only,
and the files provided are not intended to diagnose or treat tinnitus.
I am not associated with the authors of the research paper.
Email me with your comments at wespar at bellsouth dot net.