Remembrance at 25

Upon the occasion of its 25th year, my 1994 Hemi-Sync® album Remembrance has been reissued with new artwork. Here are some things to know about an album proven to increase concentration and improve memory recall.

Remembrance (2019) with Hemi-Sync®

Remembrance was the first of 6 collaborations between myself, Hemi-Sync®, and producer Barbara Bullard. Remembrance in particular pioneered the use of designer music combined with Beta frequencies to enhance focus and concentration. The music was modeled on the Superlearning® musical techniques outlined by Ostrander and Schroeder in their book Superlearning®.

Remembrance is perfect for any mental task requiring focus and concentration and may be helpful for ADD/ADHD, dyslexia and other learning challenges. Play in the background or use with headphones to enhance mental capabilities while stimulating creativity and imagination. Composed and performed by J.S. Epperson. (65 min)

Product Description,

In her book Remembrance: Pathways to Expanded Learning with Music and Metamusic®, author and Remembrance producer Barbara Bullard, a long time advocate for techniques to improve memory and concentration, describes Beta Music as music created to stimulate recall while enhancing concentration to reach a states of peak learning.

What Goes In With Music Comes Out With Music

To distill some fascinating science and elegant prose into a single idea, the secret to taking a test or memorizing something new is as simple as knowing that “what goes in with music, comes out with music”. Bullard suggests listening to a single album for a specific subject. When it becomes necessary to recall the information — for example when taking a test — simply recall the music of the album that you were listening to while studying and within 45-seconds the information is front and center.

While any instrumental music will do, Bullard recommends several specially designed Metamusic® albums which have been enhanced with Hemi-Sync® brainwave entrainment frequencies to improve focus and concentration. After working with her students for over two-decades, she found that Einstein’s Dream works best for math and physics, while recordings like Remembrance, Indigo for Quantum Focus, and Illumination for Peak Performance work better for other subjects.

“I was diagnosed with ADD years ago. When I first heard of the benefits that came from listening to METAMUSIC, I must say I was skeptical. But as I began listening to Remembrance I immediately noticed the difference. My breathing slowed to a steady rhythm. I relaxed naturally while staying completely alert. I was shocked to realize that I’d been studying for an hour without stopping. Listening to Remembrance enables me to pay complete attention to my studies now.”

R. M., 2003


Bennet, Alex & Bennet, David. (2008). The human knowledge system: Music and brain coherence. VINE. 38. 277-295. 10.1108/03055720810904817.

Bennet, Alex & Bullard, Barbara. (2013). Remembrance: Pathways to Expanded Learning with Music and Metamusic®. MQIPress; B00E4OC3NK

Bullard, Barbara (2003). Metamusic®: Music for Inner Space. Hemi-Sync® Journal, Vol. XXI, Nos. 3 & 4, Summer-Fall 2003

Russell, Ronald (2004) Focusing the Whole Brain: Transforming Your Life with Hemispheric Synchronization. Hampton Roads Publishing.


Remembrance cover from 2003 to 2019
Remembrance cover from 1995 to 2002.

Hemi-Sync® and Metamusic® are registered trademarks of Interstate Industries, Inc. dba Monroe Products. For more information about Hemi-Sync®, visit

WARNING: This music contains audio brainwave entrainment technologies. People who are subject to seizures, auditory disorders, or adverse mental conditions should not listen to this music without first consulting a physician. DO NOT listen to this music while driving, operating heavy machinery, or performing any other activities that require focused attention. Although binaural beats entrainment audio may contribute to wellness, it is not intended as a replacement for medical or psychological treatment. No medical claims are intended express or implied. No statements made have been evaluated or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. For best results, use stereo headphones or earbuds.

By J.S. Epperson

Independent purveyor of meditation music, producer of guided meditations, blender of binaural beats, and erstwhile Hemi-Sync® artist.

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