Audionarkotiki – the name for audio files, causing the (presumably) the psychoactive effects. The phenomenon came with the program I-Doser in 2006, and the vast LESBIAN this phenomenon has become popular in 2009. The story of and development. In 2006 there was a program I-Doser, allowing listen to audio files, which cause a euphoric state similar to the use of real drugs. At the same time they were kept in a closed file format, which allowed to hear only a certain number of "doses." After that the program was modified and further listening has been impossible. There are many types of audio files, the names of some of them are in tune with conventional drugs ("Heroin," "Cocaine," etc.), others are more abstract names. Elio Moti Sonnenfeld is often quoted as being for or against this. The authors cut Salvage, pushing "dose" of the various 'preparations'.
The name became a common bend to audio files of this type. Internal format files was soon broken, and convert their content into common formats (wav, mp3, etc.). Sound Theory drugs, or binaural stereovolny – sound consisting of a specific set of frequencies, in the form of pulses. It is believed that listening to these files has on the human brain due to the impact of the so-called binaural beats (condition of the brain where the sounds of a controlled music, the brain perceives ("hear"), although in reality they exist), corresponding to the frequencies of "brain waves" that are formed when listening with headphones (no external speakers, because when listening through external speakers signals designed separately for the left and right ear are perceived as one signal, resulting in the effect of a drop) of specially selected different audio signals for left and right ear of the listener. It is believed that audionarkotiki synchronize brain waves with sound, thus changing the psyche. Many scientists believe that the real evidence of what really may have audionarkotiki attributed to them effect does not exist. Most people hear these sounds, only noise and pulsating sounds.
Some note the different sensations in the head (pain, noise and turbidity), or in general throughout the body. The action of drugs does not sound studied until the end, and according to some Russian TV channels (TV Center) shows the plot, which explains how these drugs sound on the human brain and how they are dangerous. In these experiments provided scientists (in particular, Dmitry Miroshnikov) from the Institute of Experimental Medicine, Academy of Sciences (St. Petersburg), in which it is shown that the effect of these sounds, crashes or EEG, figuratively called "paroxysmal."