The Intersection of Music & Psychedelic Medicine

Music has played a fundamental role in the psychedelic experience, throughout history and across different cultures. The power of music to facilitate these emotional breakthroughs enables psychedelic compounds to unlock their full healing potential.
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Self-exploration, guided by music

There’s a uniquely symbiotic relationship between psychedelics and music, where music serves as an accompaniment as well as a guide. Research shows that music acts as a ‘nonverbal support system’, facilitating specific and powerful emotional trajectories.

Studies have also found that listening to music during psychedelic therapy was integral for meaningful emotional and imagery experiences, leading to self-exploration and embodied transformation.
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Blend of Artistic Vision & AI Insight

Through a unique mix of artistic vision and AI-generated insights, LUCID has developed an evidence-based system for psychedelic music design, without losing sight of its deep cultural roots. Our proprietary technology allows for a psychedelic music design process that is data-driven, yet personalized to each practitioner’s clinical process and target patient outcome.
About Our Music
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Tailored for each Compound & Session

LUCID creates and curates original immersive music with integrated auditory beats stimulation, designed for the particular treatment model and psychedelic compound. By validating each playlist through an affective AI which is trained on thousands of brains, patients are provided with an outcome-driven music experience to accompany their psychedelic-assisted therapy.

Through our custom-built API’s, we offer hyper-personalized music experiences for psychedelic-assisted therapy. Using client biometrics and clinician feedback, the music experience will tailor itself in real-time for the individual’s session. This allows for adjustments based on the client’s changing mood in-session and responds to their live progress as monitored by the clinician.