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Achieve Peace and Serenity Through Sound

Mirolit Halotea offers you a variety of aural themes to wash over you with pleasant sounds, enabling you to achieve serenity, peace, and focus.

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What are people saying about Mirolit Halotea

Gary Anyone have any experience with this software?
Dec 13 2011 at 3:45am Copy Link
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Roberto I tryed the demo, looks nice but in my office i have many computers doing quite noise already.

i cant hear more white noises or ambient sounds :)
Dec 13 2011 at 4:03am Copy Link
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Rick Radco Can we burn to CD and sell them as a CD products for relaxtion and/or use them in a video production whether for our own production or sell a scenario we create with your software to others for their productions?
Dec 13 2011 at 6:24pm Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson @ Rick

I'm going to venture a guess and say that the answer is no. That's a lot to expect for $19.98 ;)
BitsDuJour Admin - Dec 13 2011 at 6:25pm Copy Link
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Dmitriy Kolupaev @ Roberto Porcar,
Some themes with nature sounds are already included in Halotea, and you can make any sound themes you like if you don't like noises :)

@ Rick Radco,
Yes you can, if you make sound themes with your own sound samples. And it would be nice if you place a link to mirolit.com in your products.
Mirolit software - Dec 13 2011 at 9:50pm Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson Well, I stand corrected. Very generous Dmitriy!

-r
BitsDuJour Admin - Dec 14 2011 at 12:07am Copy Link
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Michael R. While not having tried the demo yet (, but will do shortly), I think this is a good idea.

I like the idea of being able to hear a kind of randomly created natural sound-environment at real-time. This is what the program does, doesn't it?

Is it possible ...

(1) to create also synthetic generated sounds with Mirolit Halotea like wind, fire instead of recorded sounds? This would make the environment more natural. I suppose the human mind would recognize complete identical sound-samples - even if played in different order - quite soon and it would not have the same result as always a little different sounds.

(2) to make the program play sound-samples a little diffent, e.g. i n a different speed (pitching), a slightly different frequency or different volume?

(3) to embed own sound-samples into the library?
Dec 15 2011 at 6:15pm Copy Link
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Dmitriy Kolupaev @Michael R.
(1) - Not right now. We think about it in future versions of Halotea...
(2) - Yes, you can set a "Random" values of volume, balance, reverberation and echo for each sample in preset. Every time the sample plays, the sounding will be different.
(3) - Yes. This is the main difference that sets us apart from a number of similar application. Users can add their own samples and use it in their self-made sound themes and presets.
Mirolit software - Dec 15 2011 at 8:12pm Copy Link
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Tony S I have just tried to purchase this and the order form requires that you enter an installation ID before you can proceed. This is the first time ever in buying 1000's of software online that it was necessary to have installed a software before buying it. The next problem I had was my payment method using PayPal was rejected and it's one I use regularly. I even made a purchase yesterday using PayPal so I don't know what the problem is with this order. Guess I will have to pass on this purchase.
Dec 16 2011 at 5:36am Copy Link
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Dmitriy Kolupaev @Tony S
We use Avangate as our on-online paymen provider, and can't help with PayPal. Please contact Avangate directly (see contacts at the bottom of the order page).

p.s.
We have successfully finished order today with "Payment method: PayPal". Seems like it works... So, please contact Avangate.
Mirolit software - Dec 16 2011 at 8:27am Copy Link
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steve kunkel I have been using this for a couple of months. It is quite nice. It include's "brainwave" sounds--though in reality I don't know if they do anything to your brain.
Dec 16 2011 at 9:14am Copy Link
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Stephane M @Dmitriy Kolupaev

Hi,

The policy tab here states that it can be installed on a single computer and a laptop.

But Tony S (a few posts above) were talking about the installation ID required to buy it, so I imagine that the license is bound to this installation ID.

So how does it work to install it on a second computer?
Do we need to contact you to be able to install it?

Thank you!
Dec 16 2011 at 9:16am Copy Link
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Dmitriy Kolupaev @Stephane M
We mean "single computer OR a laptop", but if it's written so, feel free to contact us to get a second Activation key: ;)
http://mirolit.com/about/
Just mail us your name, order info and your second "Installation ID".
:)
Mirolit software - Dec 16 2011 at 9:36am Copy Link
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Stephane M Thank you Dmitriy ;)

Sorry I have another question regarding license.
The same policy stats "Transfer of a license to another owned computer is not allowed.", is that correct?

I cannot uninstall it and reinstall it on another computer I own?
Dec 16 2011 at 10:22am Copy Link
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Dmitriy Kolupaev @Stephane M
That's correct :)
Mirolit software - Dec 16 2011 at 10:42am Copy Link
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Richard Andersen @Steve
Halotea appears to be using Binaural Beat tones in some of the themes, which indeed affects your brain (I've been experimenting with it for years). Note though that you must use stereo headphones for BB to work effectively, loudspeakers don't work.

CDs with that kind of stuff are sold for hundreds of $ here:

http://centerpointe.com

More about BB here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/w...aural_beat

Could be nice though if you could see which Binaural Beat frequenzy is being used in Halotea, and adjust it yourself in e.g. 1/100 Hz steps.

Otherwise a very nice program!
Dec 16 2011 at 10:49am Copy Link
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Dmitriy Kolupaev @Richard Andersen
Thanks for your suggestions, we'll try to implement it in future versions of Halotea.
Mirolit software - Dec 16 2011 at 11:07am Copy Link
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Richard Andersen Sounds good, thanks!
Dec 16 2011 at 11:25am Copy Link
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Stefan Hauber What if my computer, I installed MH on gets defect and is completely replaced by another one: Is my license gone than too, i.e. do I really have to buy another license?
Dec 16 2011 at 8:06pm Copy Link
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Dmitriy Kolupaev @Stefan Hauber
You can always contact us. I think in these cases, we can help you to recover your Activation key.
Mirolit software - Dec 16 2011 at 9:14pm Copy Link
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Michael R. I just downloaded the demo and played around with it a little and I like it.

When coming to recording the only device I can choose from is Microphone. Is this a restriction of the demo-version? Of course recording the speaker-output from the microphone does not result in a good sound-quality. I think the best quality would result if Mirolit Halotea would directly store the generated sound into a file, so no quality-losses whatever kind would occur. Is this possible with the activated version and what would be the highest bps that would make sense, i.e. would really improve the generated result?

What I would really like to see is the possiblity to write some simple scripts, e.g. 'Play theme A" for 5 minutes, than play theme B for 5 minutes with a 2 minute going-over from A to B. This going-over time of 2 mins would e.g. after 30 seconds result in a 75% domination of A and 25% B and after 1:30min the opposite... I think that would be a great enhancement...

Thanks a lot...
Dec 16 2011 at 10:51pm Copy Link
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Dmitriy Kolupaev @Michael R.
1. There is no restrictions in trial version (except 14-days trial period).

Here is the screenshot what I see on my PC (with Creative SB Audigy sound card):
http://mirolit.com/img/rec/rec2.jpg
You can set OGG encoder options here:
http://mirolit.com/img/rec/rec1.jpg

We included Recorder in Halotea to allow users to record their "voice samples" and use it in their presets or as alarms (like "reminders", "self-hypnosis" and so on...)

It you want to capture Halotea output, you can use Recording device like "What U Hear", if your sound card driver supports it.

We working about feature to export Halotea output directly to the file, but it's not ready yet.

2. "Time scale" or "Scenarios" is also in our plans...
Mirolit software - Dec 16 2011 at 11:37pm Copy Link
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Raymond Hello, I just tried to purchase this but requires me to install first and I am NOT on my machine... I am on the road traveling at this time...

This is a real bummer as I thought that this might be very nice...

I guess I will just have to let this one slip by...

Thanks,
-Raymond
Dec 17 2011 at 12:02am Copy Link
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Dmitriy Kolupaev @Raymond Schappe
Lite version of Halotea is coming soon... Some features in Lite version are disabled (such as presets import/export, theme export and sound recoding). However, the main features of Halotea are still available in Lite. The default price of Halotea Lite will be $19.97.
Check mirolit.com in the next few days to get Halotea Lite! :)
Mirolit software - Dec 17 2011 at 1:13am Copy Link
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Dmitriy Kolupaev Yes, it's free update for existing users.
There are some fixes in code and translations, updated sound engine, .NET framework 3.5... And other minor changes.
Mirolit software - Nov 6 2016 at 7:14am Copy Link
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disenchanted Hi,
I look forward to getting this once it becomes available.I have a similiar type of program, but this looks to be quite interesting.

I have a question or two.

Does this software have the ability to drive LED glasses, like those
used in "Light Sound Machines" ? Like neuro-programmer does.

So that LEDs visual flashing stimuli AND your software's audio sounds stimuli, together assist a person in obtaining a faster state of brainwave entrainment?
1. Wikipedia: (https://en.wikipedia.org/...ntrainment)
2. Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/...ntrainment)

I've used a light-sound machine, on and off, for about 10+ years.

Then later I found Neuro-programmer software, which creates audio and can drive the LED glasses of Light-Sound machines [I no longer need to carry the Light-Sound machine around] I think the feature is called "AudioStrobe Compatible"

If not, maybe you'd consider it in a later version.
Feb 14 2017 at 12:02am Copy Link
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Dmitriy Kolupaev disenchanted: It looks interesting. We'll thingk about this feature in future versions.
Mirolit software - Feb 14 2017 at 12:25am Copy Link
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Bjondc I tried out the 'free' version. I can't tell from the options or help file if a playlist can be exported as mp3 for loading onto a mobile device.
Can it?
(if not, this s/w would be of no use to me)
Feb 14 2017 at 6:30am Copy Link
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Dmitriy Kolupaev Bjondc: You can capture Halotea output stream to MP3 file using the built-in recorder (available in the full version of Halotea - in promotion now). Also, we are working on an application for mobile platforms.
Mirolit software - Feb 14 2017 at 7:13am Copy Link
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Bjondc Dmitriy -- does that mean playing the playlist and recording in real-time?
i.e. if I want a 2-hour session I need to play/record for 2 hours?
If so, how would this affect usage of the PC in the meantime, especially anything involving sound?
Feb 14 2017 at 7:26am Copy Link
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Dmitriy Kolupaev Bjondc: Yes, now in real time only. And ONLY Halotea output, without any other apps or system sounds will be recorded.
Mirolit software - Feb 14 2017 at 7:45am Copy Link
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Bjondc Actually, I'm still trying out how to make use of the built-in sounds -- how can you put them on a playlist?
or is PL only for tracks you already have?
or is this not available in the free version to try out?
Feb 14 2017 at 7:51am Copy Link
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Dmitriy Kolupaev Version comparison: http://mirolit.com/halotea/lite/
PL is used for audio player.
If you want to create your own sounds themes and presets you have to use Full or Lite version.
Example video how to create preset and theme: https://www.youtube.com/w...c2idZZaaxc
Mirolit software - Feb 14 2017 at 8:00am Copy Link
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