Most of the signals that come with Shakti are 'Complex' Magnetic
signals, meaning that their shapes are not symmetrical. Unlike simple waveforms, playing them backwards will give
you a different signal.
There are many simple signals,that some Shakti users may be interested in experimenting with, such as sine waves,
square waves, and other simple waveforms.
The Marchand Function Generator is a simple but powerful tool
for generating signals. It can produce signals from 1 to 20,000 hertz, in one-tenth hertz increments.
Each time the function generator is loaded, the wave volume it relies on is set to zero.
FIRST load the function generator(s), THEN set your volume. You must use a Gauss Meter (set to
10mG) or A patch cord and level meter to set your volume.
Others who may know more about this will be interested in
knowing that The Marchand Function Generator can produce signals in .1hz increments. This means that some very
precise signals can be created with it. Including, for example, the
Schumann Resonance frequency of 7.4hz.
You can run multiple instances of The Marchand Function Generator so that you can apply as many simple signals
as you want simultaneously.The function Generator will re-set your volume to zero when you open it. Use the amplitude
sliders to adjust the volume.
If you do not know enough about this, then don't use Shakti this way.
This is a specialized area of study, and there is
no tech support available.