So to conclude my history of asking and asking (probably not so much :3) I want to ask one more question.
As I understand,
1st Freq = 1st Ear 2nd Freq = 2nd Ear
1st Freq - 2nd Freq = 3rd Freq
3rd Freq = Binaural Beats?
Only reply if you understand what I'm talking about it shouldn't be difficult. When your brain generates the frequency, what kind of sounds can you hear? Anything from a recurring jungle beat to a ambulance siren? Because this is what I'm hearing and I just want to make sure I'm on the right track.
As you put it that is exactly right. 500 hertz in one ear and 510 hertz in the other ear. You have 10 hertz difference which your ears to not have a large enough frequency response range to hear just 10 hertz so instead your brain picks up on the difference and you can hear the wobble of 10 hertz. Similarly is is like looking at a stereo-gram the two images on their own are flat images and when your brain perceives them together it gives the image depth. That is how binaurals work and that is why you need both ears.