These projects use the OpenBCI-SuperCollider Interface to read EEG data while listening to
binaural beats designed by Robert Monroe including The Gateway Experience and
my own (live or prerecorded) frame drumming while shamanic journeying (meditating).
After recording sessions, internal visual imageries (visions) are interpreted in drawings. EEG data is currently analysed in SuperCollider only, but is planned to be analysed in Matlab as well.
To clarify, in contrast to several other projects in this research, the above projects here do not use neurofeedback, they only record EEG activity while listening to music to be analysed later (offline).