Hurrying doesn't get one too far with meditation practice and in my experience will slow progress down. Binaural beats do not let you skip practice; they just help you understand how to practice.
Here are some fairly basic binaural beats that I have used in the past. I made them myself because I wanted something simple:http://snodart.com/snodpublic/BinauralBeats/
please download and play from your computer, my bandwidth in limited :)
The name of the file represents the tone used and the difference in hertz.
Example: "100_3_8.mp3" has a 100 hertz tone in one ear and a 103.8 hertz tone in the other ear (you will need to use headphones). The result is a 3.8 hertz binaural beat.
Each file contains a mix of the binaural beat tones, the sound of ocean waves, and white noise. All audio fades in very slowly (and out), so you will need to go to the middle of the track to set an appropriate volume level.
At about 2 minutes into each track there is a light, single bass tone. This as a reminder to begin quieting your thoughts and let go of any intelectual chatter.
At around 35 minutes into each track the binaural beat tones fade. At around 36 minutes, there are three tones followed by a simple song played on a bass. These tones are to help bring you back to full waking consciousness. The short song is to give you a few moments to reorient yourself.