Chaotic Order (Infrasonic Remix)

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PsyWar_Infrasound_Fear-_hz - One study has suggested that infrasound may cause feelings of awe or fear in humans. It also was suggested that since it is not consciously perceived, it may make people feel vaguely that odd or supernatural events are taking place. This is an experiment and may induce an uneasy feeling, or worse. For best effect should be listened to extremely loud. Also, extended ake's killer guitar riff - sure to add an extra element of fear :)


November 14 2015 15:46:59
ericblomericblom Very fine music for people who have listened too much to Richard Clayderman ....... and are ready for something else.
+1 November 14 2015 16:07:24 ericblomMidoru
Thank you so much, Eric!
November 08 2015 00:26:08
akethesnakerakethesnaker Love it! This is a strange mess but in a good way:D
+1 November 14 2015 16:05:54 akethesnakerMidoru
Thanks, ake - your guitar sound just rips the face off.
November 07 2015 17:28:29
KellsBellsKellsBells ...shivers...

Powerful experiment. Now it is a real life cataclysmic song. :)

November 06 2015 22:54:00
RelativityRelativity The opposite is Solfeggios. It's an interesting story how modern music switched away. Imagine the lost note that provides pure bliss. Look it up. I'm somewhat knowledge in ultrasonics for the work I do and understand how it works. We have enough discomfort in the world, imagine providing pure bliss! Great track , this is a worthy pursuit with great potential!
Certain frequencies resonate in our bodies and can do wonderful or terrible things. I meditate so I can allow these frequencies in but isolate them as I'm aware of how frequencies are used for psyops. Check out Solfeggio Tuning.

+1 November 07 2015 00:06:27 RelativityMidoru
Great comment, Relativity - yes, a subject I am deeply interested in. This incorporates a pure infrasonic tone, but also working on pieces that utilize a technique called Binaural Pulse Resonance.
November 07 2015 00:21:43 RelativityRelativity
Yes Two frequencies that produce a third frequency when the waves from both are focused to a central point i.e. the listener!
November 06 2015 18:56:29
PsychoPsycho Loud and with phones... I'm not so sure I'll be stable for awhile :) Actually this is quite good M !!!
+1 November 06 2015 21:36:58 PsychoMidoru
Thanks for participating in my experiment, Psycho :)
November 06 2015 18:18:57
AKchenAKchen I feel tantalized ... don´t know if it comes from the music, great experiment :)
+1 November 06 2015 21:37:26 AKchenMidoru
Thank you, my Dear :)
November 06 2015 17:49:08
cody trippcody tripp I just peed my pants it was so scary !! :0 Very cool !
+2 November 06 2015 21:38:41 cody trippMidoru
Sorry, cody - haha, you can hit me up for the dry cleaning bill :)
November 06 2015 15:15:36
josepssvjosepssv I like the density
+1 November 06 2015 15:20:17 josepssvMidoru
Thanks jose, I noticed that the infrasound acts as a strong glue.
November 06 2015 15:23:29 josepssvjosepssv
Oooh! Courious!
The density for extract new sound. New compositions from the noise sea
November 06 2015 15:01:12
rp3drumsrp3drums wow, this is awesome, I love it. And it's completely out there!
+1 November 06 2015 15:07:49 rp3drumsMidoru
Thanks, rp3 - subject no.1 :)

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