We are very happy to announce that the Spooky2 audio files are being upgraded, making them significantly better than before, and unrivaled elsewhere. The benefits are obvious:
1. True stereo, high sample-rate sound quality, with minimum audio loss and astounding clarity.
2. Multiple frequencies broadcast simultaneously, producing beautiful, healing sounds. Unnatural tones are ancient by comparison.
3. Run-time reduced to only 3 minutes, making them exceptionally convenient.
4. Free for personal use. Because we care.
What’s more, you could make your own frequency audio with Spooky2 now!
This new audio feature is applied to Spooky2 software version 20190226 and above.
Step 1: Open Spooky2 Software and Select Healing Shell Preset
Go to Presets tab, click >Shell (Empty) Presets >Contact >Healing (C) – JW.
Step 2: Choose Programs You Need in Programs Tab
Go to Programs tab, search the program you need and double click it to choose.
Note: You could choose more than one program, but we suggest that the number of frequencies is under 20.
Step 3: Change Some Settings in Settings Tab
Go to Settings tab, change maximum frequency to 20000 and minimum frequency to 20.
In the Waveform Setup, change out1 to the sine wave.
Step 4: Create Frequency Audios in Control Tab
Go to Control tab, tick Overwrite Generator, and choose a generator button. Make sure the sample rate for the sound file is 44100 and click the button under the red arrow to make the audio.
Step 5: Find Your Audio Files
You would see a sentence at the bottom of Spooky2 software when audios are created.
Go to the folder (C:\Spooky2\Audio\), and you will see three types of audio files and one text of Program Description.
You can enjoy your frequency audio now!
1. This article is a simple, basic and safe way for you to apply this feature. You could change some parameters to suit your own needs.
2. You don’t need to connect a generator for this feature. Audio files could be created in test mode.
3. We recommend you listen to audio files of .wav and .flac, because they are non-loss forms.
Have you used this feature yet? How do you feel? Comment below and share with us!