Emergency Alert System Prolonged Tones

Emergency Alert System Prolonged Tones

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This recording is comprised of the differing prolonged tones heard after the awful redundant screeches of the Emergency Alert System.

853 Hz Tone

960 Hz Tone

1562.5 Hz Tone

2083 Hz Tone

The recording starts with 10-seconds of the 853 Hz and continues to the 2083 Hz tones with 15 seconds of silence between each tone. The first play of all four tones will be complete at 1:25seconds. Then continues with 15-seconds of silence before each series loops again. Start with the lowest volume and do not attempt to increase until after all four tones have completed playing. You want to avoid getting a full reaction from the high frequency tones. Always work in small steps and take your time.  

MP3 Stereo recording approximately 1-hour .

Soundtracks are a tool to help desensitize dogs to noises that result in fearful reactions, agitated reactions, or highly excitable reactions. How they are used is dependent on the dog’s behavior. Used improperly you can sensitize a dog to sounds by making the reaction stronger or hyper sensitive to the sounds. Sensitization can also result in the dog becoming sensitive to additional sounds that were previously of no concern.

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This recording is comprised of the differing prolonged tones heard after the awful redundant screeches of the Emergency Alert System.

853 Hz Tone

960 Hz Tone

1562.5 Hz Tone

2083 Hz Tone

The recording starts with 10-seconds of the 853 Hz and continues to the 2083 Hz tones with 15 seconds of silence between each tone. The first play of all four tones will be complete at 1:25seconds. Then continues with 15-seconds of silence before each series loops again. Start with the lowest volume and do not attempt to increase until after all four tones have completed playing. You want to avoid getting a full reaction from the high frequency tones. Always work in small steps and take your time.  

MP3 Stereo recording approximately 1-hour .

Soundtracks are a tool to help desensitize dogs to noises that result in fearful reactions, agitated reactions, or highly excitable reactions. How they are used is dependent on the dog’s behavior. Used improperly you can sensitize a dog to sounds by making the reaction stronger or hyper sensitive to the sounds. Sensitization can also result in the dog becoming sensitive to additional sounds that were previously of no concern.

For guidance: https://www.homeskooling4dogs.com/fears-phobias-reactivity