posted on Nov, 27 2006 @ 03:09 PM
Anybody trying to get the brown note to work using most home audio systems or computer speakers won't see it work. most speakers won't/can't
replicate bass notes that low. The Bose speakers or JBL whatever may sound like they are playing a low note but they are really just overtones at a
higher frequency. You're not hearing real bass, and if it's shaking your room than congradulations you found notes in the lower midrange of bass
250-500hrz that are resonant with the dimensions or material in your room, but the bass isn't vibrating anything due to it's amplitude.
Go back and read my posts. The fundamental wave can not loose it's fidelity nor much amplitude during transmision to your body for this to work.
Just about every medium will severly deminish the soundwave, especially air, soil, soft objects, vibrations traveling from those soft objects through
your legs to the colon.
The central point people are missing is it's the frequency that does it, however we rarely actually recieve vibrations from the fundamental
frequency, usually we only get a spattering of a very deminished note and a slurry of overtones which our brain automatically recontructs and we
precieve the origional sound wave which is not present when it reaches the body.
You need for it to be:
The right frequency around-5-20hrz.
Of sufficient amplitude
Transmitted through a dense material which will retain the origional fundamental sound frequency.
Be close enough while on this dense material to the source of the soundwave so that the amplitude does not deminish too much.
The DARPA guys use sound beams like lasers to transmit the sound, not because they want to be specific with who they blast, but because it helps
reduce fundamental frequency loss.