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Originally posted by iamahumandoing
reply to post by Idonthaveabeard
I downloaded the program for free off the Internet. Just enter your desired frequency in the box and it will play. You can open multiple windows to do different frequencies at the same time.
I experimented with binaural and also with playing straight solfeggio notes in combination. I used this in conjunction with soothing music I normally fall asleep to.
Within a week I was experiencing what I can only describe as 'strangeness' during waking hours. I was eager to play my music and tones all the time and all I wanted to do was lay down and drift off to them.
A week after that I was having third-person conversations with friends in what I believe is known as 'Godhead'.
I had to stop shortly thereafter as I still have to stick to the constraints of 'normal' society, though I will be revisiting that place when it's time for me to go.
Give it a try if you're mentally strong and don't have much planned for a month or so. You may get something from it.
Originally posted by ajmusicmedia
Originally posted by mikellmikell
You haven't been able to get real music since vinyl . Simple fact
Absolutely right. Digital music cannot give you real sounds; it's way too limited. I have a recording studio at home and it's very annoying to be unable to record what I'm actually playing; analog gave you the quality, digital doesn not.
Worse, Apple uses mp3 type technology. Why do you thing the files are so small? Because most of the music is not even there. That's why crappy music now rules; with mp3, you can't hear the difference between high quality recordings and low quality ones.
Once you get back to analog, you can't bear to listen to today's music.
So, not a conspiracy, just limitations in the technology.
Originally posted by ELahrairah
Audacity can generate these tones.
Seems weird that a program would block certain tones.