Hello people. Sowwy there has been no reply for so long my life is very busy at the moment.
First i answer imd12c4funn's questions.
What about other wave types? : After much experimentation i have found that for some reason i just don't get as much effectiveness with the other
wave forms. As to why? I have no idea and i am not afraid to say it.
Would harmonic or parametric patterns work as well on suggestivity? Or is it suggestiveness? : I think the harmonic method is more effective but that
could just be mere personal opinion. Having tried both i can say that i can discern no noticeable difference.
Would a subliminal message that was recorded in a feminine voice also vary in effectiveness depending on the tonal qualities and the actual requency
Would say a low alto or tenor have the same results if it were a male? Would a high soprano range voice( Mariah Carey) differ as well? : Now that
would have to be definitely decided upon by the psychological makeup of the subject. What their mind finds most acceptable in the format it is being
used in. Their are too many variables to actually list them. The mind is a complex thing.
What about the sharpness (Fran Drescher), wraspiness - harshness (janis joplin), softness - airiness (Olivia Newton-John), as examples. : Again, i
think it is based on the makeup of the persons mind.
Do the softer voices have a complacent effect? : See above.
Do the harsher voices have a confrontational effect : Ditto.
Or is it all about compressing to increase data per second and oscillation variance? : I speed up the subliminals and that increases their effect on
the brain. I provided a link earlier to the subject. As per oscillation variance? Well... I use a steady tone in the binaurals if that is what you
are reffering to.
Though we listen with two ears or in stereo, the image is but an effect just as with recorded sound. Does the degree of pan say with the 55, 50 - 5
hertz sine wave alter results with change in pan? or must it be equal? : Hmmm... I have tried panning effects and i just dont seem to experience the
same shift of mental states as i do with a steady non panned tone.
The next part is for davesidious.
Firstly, the human brain doesn't work anything like a computer, so comparing it to one is a logical fallacy of rather gargantuan proportions. Our
brains might be powerful in what they do, but I don't remember the last time my computer developed a mental illness, or suffered from dementia. Also,
it's not true that we only use a small percentage of our brains. We use 100% of them. That is an old, busted, myth that has been rattling around for
decades. : Provide us with links to these supposed facts of yours otherwise any further posts by you relating to my errors mean nothing to me.
And finally this next part of my response goes to TiM3LoRd...
and what are you going to do about it now that your know this, apart from post it on here??? : I am under no duress or obligation to help anyone. My
research is for my own personal benefits, selfish or no. I have my reasons.
Now to continue with some things i have discovered on my own...