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We all know that meditation is great for you, both mentally and physically.

Some of the powerful, proven effects of meditation are:

  • decreased anxiety
  • reduced stress
  • increased relaxation
  • enhanced creativity
  • improved mood
  • increased stress tolerance
  • better emotional control
  • increased feeling of inner peace
  • increased brain power
  • various health improvements (lower blood pressure, lower risk of heart disease, reduce pain response, strengthened immune system, etc)


So… why don’t we all meditate more regularly?

There are many reasons, such as boredom, inability to quiet the mind, frustration, lack of progress, or just no time to spare.
 Wouldn’t it be great if you could enter meditation easily in mere minutes, stay there as long as you want, and enjoy it?


With Master Meditation Music, you can.

Master Meditation Music uses specialized sound waves to aid you in your meditative practice. You see, auditory stimulation has been has been proven to change the frequency the brain operates at in a process called Brainwave Entrainment (BWE) 6, 7. Furthermore, certain brainwave frequencies are associated with certain tasks, and strengthening those frequencies leads to significant performance improvements. So, BWE can lead to increased creativity 8, improved concentration & memory 9, reduced stress 10, anxiety 3, 4, headaches, pain, & PMS 11, and (you guessed it) improved meditation 5.


Using rhythmic sounds to slow down your racing brainwaves isn’t new– you can see examples of this in a variety of religious and cultural practices, including kirtan, chanting (Gregorian, Sufi and Menzuma), Hebrew davening, Native American drum circles and rain chants, and Tibetan prayer bowls. Though the practitioners themselves probably don’t know the profound effect their sounds have on the mind, most would probably describe it is as “peaceful, calming or relaxing”.

So why do we primarily use binaural beats (carefully controlled and different sound in each ear) when these music practices all use monaural (the same sound in both ears)? Because it has been shown that binaural beats have a stronger brainwave entrainment effect than monaurals 12.


Get Master Meditation Music, and you have control of your meditation session! You decide

How deep- our powerful soundtracks cover all brainwave frequencies associated with meditation (Alpha, Theta, Delta and Gamma). Pick one and stick with it for a while or try them all, one by one (there are a lot to try)!

How long- a few minutes or a half hour, Master Meditation Music helps you make the best use of your limited meditation time.

Plus… if you ever find our extensive library lacking, you can request a custom track from us (see the Package section for details)! If you want it, someone else will too.

About Us

Hi, I’m Erik Holsather, the creator of Master Meditation Music. I’m not a zen master, I haven’t spent the last 40 years in a monastery, and I have never meditated for more than 1 hour at a time.

…however, I AM a lifelong student and a voracious learner in the endless school of self-improvement, and I have hiked mountains barefoot, fasted for 40 days, kayaked successfully from the US to Canada on a moonless night and invented over 40 products and processes in a 3-month period.

I have been using brainwave entrainment music to sharpen my focus, increase my creativity, and enhance my meditative practice for some time, and I experiment with new binaural beats continually.

I am committed to enhancing the lives of others by helping them improve their meditative practice with my Master Meditation Music. If I can help you to achieve your goals and be a happier, more successful person (however you define success) I will feel I have succeeded!


May your life be long and happy!


How it Works

Master meditation Music (M3) is an extraordinary technology that gently but firmly helps you into the meditation mindset. Your brain begins to operate on the same wavelength as those with years more experience. It does this using auditory stimulation in a process called Brainwave Entrainment (BWE) 6, 7. This happens so quickly and effortlessly that you won’t even realize it’s happened until you’re done meditating!

How the Brain Works

Your brain is a highly complex electrical device. The electrical impulses that operate it pulse through at a certain number of waves per second (waves per second is expressed in Hertz, abbreviated Hz, where 30 Hz means 30 waves per second). Scientists have known for more than 100 years that the frequencies of our environment can directly influence the frequency our brains operate at. This can be done deliberately through a process known as “brain wave entrainment”.

The Base Frequencies

So how do you use sound to “entrain” your brain? Just sit back, put your headphones on, and play the desired frequency, right? Well, unfortunately the human hearing range is from 20-20,000 Hz, and all the beneficial brain frequencies are below 20 Hz (including the optimum range for meditation). How does binaural music work around this limitation? By using ‘base’ frequencies you can hear to generate the desired frequency inside your brain. These base frequencies generally range from 100 to 1,000 Hz, with a slightly different frequency being played in each ear (incidentally, this is why it is important to wear headphones or earbuds instead of just listening to it using speakers). These two base frequencies interact in your brain to synthesize a different, entirely new frequency: the “phantom sound”.

The Binaural Beat

An entirely new, different frequency (called the binaural beat) is created by your mind using the base frequencies as, well, a base. This “phantom sound” is equal to the difference between the two base frequencies that go into your ears. For example, if you wanted to entrain with a frequency of 6 Hz, you could use a base of 206 Hz in the right ear and 200 Hz in the left ear (206 – 200 = 6 Hz). This unplayed sound, unheard by ear yet perceived by mind, is the key to unlocking a deeper, more restful meditative state.

Putting it All Together

So one of the core principles that underlies M3 is binaural beats, which use the tendency of the human brain to sync with external stimuli to get the novice meditation practitioner in the same state of mind as meditation masters who have been meditating several hours a day for many years. Two base frequencies are used to do this, one for each ear of the listener, which result in a third, “phantom sound” that changes brainwave frequency speed gently and naturally!

The Marriage of High Science and Ancient Art

Binaural beats sound (no pun intended) like a powerful tool for self-improvement, but what does that have to do with creating a deeper, more profound meditation experience? In a couple of recent studies scientists scanned and analyzed the brain wave patterns of long-term meditation practitioners as well as those of meditation novices. Unsurprisingly, they found a huge difference between the brain wave patterns and intensities. One study found much more intense brain waves in the highest range (the Gamma range) for veteran meditators, while another found that the lowest ranges (Theta and Delta ranges) were much greater as well. Fortunately, you can meditate “like a zen master” in minutes- our powerful Master Meditation Music uses binaural beats (among other things) to smooth out your brain waves quickly and easily.

Service and Support

You should never settle for poor service and support. Our customer service team provides everything you would expect from a world-class group of people plus some things you wouldn’t, like two awesome guarantees, exclusive member content and free access to our continually expanding music library for 1-year!

Responsive Customer Service

Get your questions answered any time, day or night, by our friendly and knowledgeable support team. Want to know if you should meditate before or after exercise? Ask us!

90 Day 110% Money Back Guarantee

Get 110% cash back if you get no benefit from at least 5 of our tracks and return your package within 90 days.

1 YEAR Online Library Access

Always have something fresh to meditate with! New tracks are added regularly. From new mixes of proven standards to interesting experimental tracks, there is always something new!

The Master Meditation Music Package Includes:

What you get

Tracks for every level of meditation

The full M3 package comes with 60 soundtracks to choose from- no matter what level you’re at in your meditation journey, we’ve got you covered! Make meditation a joy with a wide variety of binaural and isochronic soundtracks in the Alpha, Theta, Delta and Gamma brainwave ranges with soothing background soundscapes. You’ll never need to buy another meditation soundtrack again!

Specialty tracks

These special soundscapes are designed with specific purposes in mind. These include Plunge, Monk’s Mind (inspired by EEG readings of Buddhist monks), There & Back Again, and Low & Slow.

Get new, improved tracks we haven't even dreamed of yet

You’ll always have something new and fresh for meditating with with 1-year access to our expanding music library! We are constantly adding new tracks with more relaxing backgrounds, more effective binaural beats, and that are designed for new purposes. Check out our demo library at to see what it’s like.

Lifetime support

You can always reach us if you need help or have a comment with our direct access customer support phone number and email address.

Quick start guide

Our quick start guide gets you “meditating like a master” instantly. Get started in mere minutes or delve deep into the different types of tracks, the various brainwave ranges & more!

Bonus Gift 1: Two custom soundtracks

Want something special, specific, or esoteric not yet in our library? Simply call or email our customer support and make a request- our audio engineer team will be happy to mix up a custom soundtrack for you!

Bonus Gift 2: Advanced Concentration track

Want to “turn on” your concentration and improve your memory? This bonus specialty soundtrack mimics the protocol used in a recent study (see citation 13), which resulted in significantly improved concentration, memory and processing speed in students.

Bonus Gift 3: 7 Signs of Deep Meditation special report

It’s easy to say that you had a “great” meditation session, but how do you really know you went deep? This special report explains how to know for sure.



Frequently Asked Questions

How does Master Meditation Music improve the effectiveness of my meditation sessions?

It puts your mind in the same state it would take years of consistent, daily practice to reach. It syncs your primary brain waves with the state veteran meditation practitioners minds go into when they meditate (see the “How it Works” section for more details).

Who should meditate?

Short answer: everyone!  Long answer: anyone who needs to relax, would like to sleep less, would like to reduce stress, improve cognitive function, sleep better, lose weight, reduce depression, increase altruism, wants better control over themselves and their emotions, or just generally wants to be a more effective, happier person!

Can I listen to it without headphones or earbuds?

Short answer: yes, but it won’t be as effective.  Long answer: the way binaural beats work (full details in the How It Works section above) is that the frequency played in the right ear is different from the frequency played in the left ear, and the beat we actually ‘hear’ is the difference between the two. If you listen to binaural beats music with external speakers instead of earbuds or headphones, some of the sound intended for the right ear is heard by the left ear and visa versa. The result? Less difference between what is heard by the two ears, which weakens the resulting binaural beat, which leads to less brain entrainment. In short, not using headphones or earbuds reduces the meditation-deepening effect of M3.

Who should listen to it?

While there is no known risk from listening to binaural music, we do not recommend M3 for those prone to seizures or people with pacemakers. Also, we generally recommend you do not exceed 15-25 minutes a day to start (see How Much/Often Should I Listen to It?). Finally, the effect caused by binaural music requires the use of headphones or earbuds so that a slightly different sound can be heard by either ear. Unfortunately, if you are deaf in one ear or otherwise have severely limited hearing on one side, binaural music will not work for you.

Where should I listen to it?

You can listen to M3 anywhere you wish to meditate, be it a quiet mountain meadow, a beach, a busy airport or a loud, chaotic office. Wherever you are, M3 can help you to be calm and quiet your mind.  However, you should never listen to M3 while driving, operating heavy machinery or doing anything else that requires alert focus.

When should I listen to it?

M3 can used any time. However, it should not be used when you are driving, operating heavy machinery or any activity that requires your immediate concentration. Basically, anything you wouldn’t try to do while meditating you shouldn’t try to do while listening to M3. It’s in the name- Master Meditation Music is a meditation aid. Nothing more, nothing less. Also, it is important to realize that M3 will effect your sleep if you listen to it too close to bedtime. (How close is too close? This varies from person to person. Generally, we recommend at least 4 hours between last session and bedtime, but again, this is just a general guideline). This can be a positive or a negative depending on your unique situation and what track you listen to. For example, some users report that their most restful and deepest sleep comes when they listen to 0.5 to 4 Hz music within 30 minutes of bedtime (or fall asleep listening to it). However, tracks that end with a higher frequency (>13 Hz or above) make it difficult for some users to get to sleep in the first place.

How much/how often should I listen to it?

We recommend starting out with 15 – 25 minutes a day, and then increasing your exposure when you feel more comfortable. However, you should always listen to your body- how do you feel after a meditation session with a particular track? Calm, relaxed, and energized? Or tense, irritable, or sluggish? Everyone is unique, and while we know which binaural frequencies are best for most people, you may have a different experience. This is one of the reasons why we include so many different tracks with our package- instead of forcing you along a predetermined path, we help you to find your own way.

Is it safe?

Yes! M3 gently guides your mind to the same level meditation masters reach. It does this by using scientifically proven techniques to strengthen weaker brain wave frequencies that are already present in low levels.

Should people susceptible to seizures listen?

There have been no documented cases of binaural music causing seizures in those susceptible. In fact, the only studies that have been done suggest that some types of music REDUCE the incidence of seizures.1 However, it’s always a good idea to use your own judgement, as other studies have shown that even doing certain types of math in your head can cause seizures.2 So, even though we don’t recommend M3 for people prone to seizures, it entirely possible, likely even, that certain binaural music might be very good for preventing or reducing seizures. In general, more research needs to be done in this area. Sources: 1, 2 “Seizures Induced by Thinking”, A. J. Wilkins, published 1982 in the Annals of Neurology.

How can you offer an 110% refund guarantee without going out of business?

Because Master Meditation Music WORKS! We have such confidence in the effectiveness of our package that anyone can get 110% of their money back if they try it out and do not achieve a deeper meditative state. All that we ask is that you try out at least 5 different tracks using earbuds or headphones and request a refund within 3 months.

Two guarantees? What's the deal?

Our first, 90-day 110% guarantee applies to anyone who tries out our product and returns it within three months. Our second, 365-day guarantee is even more extensive- return the product in ANY condition within 1 YEAR of purchase and we will cheerfully give you a full refund, no questions asked (see our Terms and Conditions page for details).

How does your guarantee work specifically?

110% Refund Guarantee Requirements: 1) Returned within 90 days of purchase; 2) User meditated with at least 5 of the music tracks using earbuds or headphones. So if you try meditating with at least 5 different tracks and don’t go into a deeper meditative state, just return the package to us in ANY condition for an 110%-your-purchase-price refund! Full Refund Guarantee Requirements: 1) Returned with 1-year of purchase, 2) Package returned in ANY condition. To get a full, no-questions-asked refund, simply return you Master Meditation Music package to us in ANY condition within 365 days of purchase and we will cheerfully refund your purchase price! See our Terms and Conditions page for full details. 

  Relevant Studies
  1. Kasprzak, C. (2011, June). “Influence of Binaural Beats on EEG Signal”. Acta Physica Polonica, 119(6A): 986 – 90.
  2. DeLosAngeles, D., Williams, G., Burston, J., Fitzgibbon, S. P., Lewis, T. W., Grummett, T. S., Clark, C. R., … Willoughby, J. O. (2016, December) “Electroencephalographic correlates of states of concentrative meditation.” Intl Journal of Psych, 110(12): 27-39.
  3. Wahbeh, H., Calabrese, C., & Zwickey, H. (2006). “Binaural beat technology in humans: a pilot study to assess psychologic and physiologic effects.”
  4. Padmanabhan R., Hildreth A. J., Laws D. (2005, September). “A prospective, randomised, controlled study examining binaural beat audio and pre-operative anxiety in patients undergoing general anaesthesia for day case surgery.” Anaesthesia.  60(9): 874 – 7.
  5. Williams P., West M. (1975) “EEG responses to photic stimulation in persons experienced at meditation.” Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 39(5): 519 — 522.
  6. Foster, D. S. (1996). “EEG and subjective correlates of alpha-frequency binaural-beat stimulation combined with alpha biofeedback.”
  7. Picton T. W., Woods D. L., Proulx G. B. (1978, August). “Human auditory sustained potentials. I. The nature of the response.” Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol. 45(2): 186 – 97.
  8. Reedijk S. A., Bolders A., Hommel B. (2013, November). “The impact of binaural beats on creativity.” Front. Hum. Neurosci. 7: 786.
  9. Kennerly, R. C. (1994) “An empirical investigation into the effect of beta frequency binaural-beat audio signals on four measures of human memory.”
  10. Ossebaard H. C. (2000, June). “Stress reduction by technology? An experimental study into the effects of brainmachines on burnout and state anxiety.” Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 25(2): 93 – 101.
  11. Huang, T. L., & Charyton, C. (2008, August). “A comprehensive review of the psychological effects of brainwave entrainment.”
  12. Picton T. W., Woods D. L., Proulx G. B. (1978, August). “Human auditory sustained potentials. II. Stimulus relationships.” Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol. 45(2): 198-210.
  13. Olmstead, R. (2005). “Use of Auditory and Visual Stimulation to Improve Cognitive Abilities in Learning-Disabled Children.” Journal of Neurotherapy, 9: 2, 49 — 61. Retrieved July 24, 2016, from
Other relevant studies:
  1. Pieron, H. (1982). “Melanges dedicated to Monsieur Pierre Janet.” Acta Psychiatrica Belgica, 1, 7-112.
  2. Walter WG, Dovey VJ, Shipton H. (1946, October). “Analysis of the electrical response of the human cortex to photic stimulation.” Nature, 158(4016): 540 — 541.
  3. Toman J. (1941). “Flicker potentials and the alpha rhythm in man.” J Neurophysiol, 4(1): 51 — 61.
  4. Nyström SH. (1966). “Effects of photic stimulation on neuronal activity and subjective experience in man.” Acta Neurol Scand, 42(5): 505 — 514.
  5. Rogers LJ, Walter DO. (1981). “Methods for finding single generators, with application to auditory driving of the human EEG by complex stimuli.” J Neurosci Methods, 4(3): 257 — 265.
  6. Williams JH. (2001). Frequency-specific effects of flicker on recognition memory. Neuroscience. 104(2): 283 — 286.
  7. Owens, J. E; Atwater, F. H. “EEG correlates of an induced altered state of consciousness: ‘mind awake/body asleep.’’’ Submitted for publication.
  8. Rosenfeld J. P., Reinhart A. M., Srivastava S. (1997, March). “The effects of alpha (10-Hz) and beta (22-Hz) ‘entrainment’ stimulation on the alpha and beta EEG bands: individual differences are critical to prediction of effects.” Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback, 22(1): 3 – 20.
  9. Lane, J. D., Kasian, S. J., Owens, J. E. and Marsh, G. R., (1998). “Binaural auditory beats affect vigilance performance and mood.” Physiol Behav. 63, 249-252.