New: Rifer Pro is now also supporting MHS-2300A as well as the modified MHS-2300A known as Spooky 2.
If you have a generator you want supported, just contact me.
With Rifer Pro you can either control the generator manually, or you can run a set of commands defined in a program. The software starts in manual mode, and you can directly set various parameters of the generator,
and turn it on/off etc. The screenshot below is when run in Simulation mode, to just get to know the program, or test logging etc.
There are a number of waveforms, and you can choose from the built-in waves, to a number of calculated waves, to stored waveforms in the database.
You can apply mirroring or invert the waveform, and add spikes of various types. The whole setup can be saved for later recall.
I have manually compiled, sifted through and cleaned a database of close to 6000 frequency sets, from the internet, ranging from the classic CAFL database,
to the VEGA, Hulda Clark and so on - as almost all the standard databases used by popular Rife software are available in the public domain.
You can of course edit the frequency programs, and insert various commands. Either by the user interface, or writing the command line out manually.
You can then save this modified program in the user database, to keep it separate from the main programs database.
You can also save the generator setup, and have as many setups as you like, and also download/upload generator setups from the microhertz.org
online database. More on this later, but there should also be a system where it is possible to comment online on the various programs,
and give ratings etc. so it is possible to track the effectivenes of various programs. Here we also see the Wobble Section, and white graph background with separate graphs.
There is also the option of outputting bineural audio, as you run a program. You can set this audio to run at the alpha range of 8-12 Hz, to
entrain the brainwaves, increase relaxation and speed up the overall healing process.
4 simultaneous sound effects can be played (looped) in the background, to create enhanced effect of relaxation.
Each audio source has its own volume control and can be independently muted.
You can also play regular songs in the background - wave format or convert from MP3 to OGG. Three audio sources in other words.
Just define a playlist of a number of songs to play repeatedly as long as the frequency program runs.
The graphs can be displayed separately or combined, with black or white background. There is also a user log with the programs each user has used.
Here we can also see the Gating Section, and the Firmware Waveforms that are available in the generator.
A number of users can be defined, and for each user you can take down some notes.