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It has been a while since I did anything with the TV Study: Extremely Low Frequency (ELF.) Part of the blow to my motivation was when the maker of the EEG band I purchased no longer made their SDK available, hence no ability to log the EEG data and chart from a computer.
Good news; I dug up the SDK and software in the webs and just waiting now to get a Bluetooth dongle that is supported by the device and device SDK / software. Should arrive tomorrow.
For now I captured some more samples of the above and below audible range activity. Having participants wear the EEG band will help establish if there is a strong correlation between sub-audible acoustics and nervous system response, the frontal lobe being the area that exhibits emotions:

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Unique pattern of mono tones below the 100hz range. Nothing below 20hz.
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Isolated mono tones inconsistent and unrelated to hearing range. Nothing below 20hz (or 50hz for that matter.)
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Strong extension from audible to below 100hz. Nothing below 20hz.
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Strong pool of magnitude in all of the 20hz-100hz sub-audible range with unique signatures below the 20hz range.
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Unique mono-tone signatures below 100hz that appear unrelated to audible range.
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Extension of audible to below audible range acoustics with some mono-tone unique signatures.
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No sub-audible activity. All acoustics remain in only audible range.
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Strong presence of related below hearing range (100hz) with unique signatures below the 20hz range.