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EEGs of 2 individuals really show "...it's literally true — your brain waves are synchronized listening to music." What does this data look like?

When I worked at an audio lab a few years ago, it was explained to me that EEG has sufficient resolution to reconstruct speech (albeit at a low fidelity) heard by the subject. Frequency following ...
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Slow-wave EEG artifact removal

It all depends: '...do we need to remove artifacts from the whole EEG signal' - yes you have to in case you are using the entire EEG trace for spectral analysis and if there are artifacts in the ...
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Frequency band comparison between two groups

I would be wary about treating your data differently. If you have 64 recording sites, you can possibly use all 64 channels to get to 32 "less noisy" channels and use that data optimally, but ...
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Averaging across electrodes in P300 to make a figure

From what I understand from the Q and comments is the following scenario: The graph is solely for informative purposes only; The model uses single-epoch data from many scalp electrodes at once; ...
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Why is Electric Artefact still present in my recording?

There are many many reasons why interference can occur so it's almost impossible to give a direct answer with the details provided. You should at least give details like a spectrogram and experimental ...
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