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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 09:28:58 Reply

Having more then 3 guitars playing

Why the hell not? We gather people up to sing in giant groups. Whats wrong with a little SATB on guitar? or some interesting dynamic tricks you can play with in a guitar ensemble?

Harmonizing yourself

Did you know you can whistle and hum two different notes at the same time? Most of the time creating a nice and dissonant minor second.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 09:31:14 Reply

Wasn't saying you couldn't, it's just never necessary in my opinion (obviously). You guys sure like semantics, huh?


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 09:33:59 Reply

At 11/17/11 09:31 AM, midimachine wrote: You guys sure like semantics, huh?

Yeah we do. Its a forum full of piss covered trolls after all.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 09:36:08 Reply

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 09:57:10 Reply

Well I'm glad to see something that was meant to be taken as one person's viewpoint on creation blew up into a massive religious dickfest- honestly guys lol..

GO WITH WHAT RESONATES.

You're all free to believe whatever the fuck you want - just don't go dissing what others believe cuz you really got no fucking proof to prove ANYONE wrong.

Astral Projection

So yeah I decided to do it yesterday and wound myself on a fucking huge spaceship - that was some trippy shit. Anyone else ever astral projected?

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 10:25:46 Reply

At 11/17/11 09:28 AM, LogicalDefiance wrote: Harmonizing yourself

Did you know you can whistle and hum two different notes at the same time? Most of the time creating a nice and dissonant minor second.

To me, dissonant =/= nice.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 10:46:57 Reply

At 11/17/11 09:57 AM, Chronamut wrote: Well I'm glad to see something that was meant to be taken as one person's viewpoint on creation blew up into a massive religious dickfest- honestly guys lol..

GO WITH WHAT RESONATES.

You're all free to believe whatever the fuck you want - just don't go dissing what others believe cuz you really got no fucking proof to prove ANYONE wrong.

Quitting smoking comes with its side effects, but also just be sure to stick in an "I believe..yatta yatta", since it might seem like a minor thing, but it just makes you sound more open minded, and hopefully won't set off the philosophical rager inside of me.

Astral Projection

So yeah I decided to do it yesterday and wound myself on a fucking huge spaceship - that was some trippy shit. Anyone else ever astral projected?

I have never heard of Asstral Projection, though I have tried other narcotics. Is Asstral Projection a plant or is it "man made"?

and fiiine: Creativity = random neural impulses that get filtered by our brain depending on our past experiences/the neural network that our mind is. IMO. That's the short version of it.
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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 11:08:05 Reply

At 11/17/11 10:46 AM, PSvils wrote:
At 11/17/11 09:57 AM, Chronamut wrote:
Astral Projection

So yeah I decided to do it yesterday and wound myself on a fucking huge spaceship - that was some trippy shit. Anyone else ever astral projected?
I have never heard of Asstral Projection, though I have tried other narcotics. Is Asstral Projection a plant or is it "man made"?

*biggest facepalm ever*

astral projection is NOT a drug - it is an induced state of consciousness in where your astral body asctually leaves your body and travels to other places. Many spiritual people have performed this. Doing this people can visit other people, other times, other realities, other planets, etc.

The only danger is you can eventually go so far that you can't get back into your body. Usually it's wise to have someone sit beside you and be able to shake you out of it. I had to tear myself out of it yesterday and that did NOT feel good after..

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 11:10:03 Reply

I astral projected into my urethra, and I know it was real, because when I went to the toilet the next morning, it felt like I was pissing rusty razors, and sparks shot out the end of my dick (which was glowing blue at the time)

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 11:19:54 Reply

At 11/17/11 11:08 AM, Chronamut wrote: *biggest facepalm ever*

astral projection is NOT a drug - it is an induced state of consciousness in where your astral body asctually leaves your body and travels to other places. Many spiritual people have performed this. Doing this people can visit other people, other times, other realities, other planets, etc.

The only danger is you can eventually go so far that you can't get back into your body. Usually it's wise to have someone sit beside you and be able to shake you out of it. I had to tear myself out of it yesterday and that did NOT feel good after..

No no, I know what you mean!

I smoked some salvia once, and had the exact same experience! Gotta love those induced states of consciousness. I mean, there is NO way it's only our imagination and creativity, or lucid dreaming. Actually, I heard Asstral Projection comes in the same price range as cocaine, so I might try it next time I visit my local back alley!

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 11:24:08 Reply

don't mean to intrude upon your lounge gents, but this topic just so happened to catch my attention.

Astral Projection

i have never astral projected myself yet, though i have always wanted to give it a shot. my grandmother told me of her experience, as she does so quite often. she had found herself in the Bahamas or some islands, and described it as paradise.

i plan on giving it a shot, though i fear i will not come back. the spaceship sounded cool.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 11:35:43 Reply

At 11/17/11 11:19 AM, PSvils wrote: No no, I know what you mean!

I smoked some salvia once, and had the exact same experience! Gotta love those induced states of consciousness. I mean, there is NO way it's only our imagination and creativity, or lucid dreaming. Actually, I heard Asstral Projection comes in the same price range as cocaine, so I might try it next time I visit my local back alley!

I scored some 'aspro' off some weird hippies at a psytrance festival once. it wasn't the real deal, at least I don't think it is. apparently you have to process 10kg of slug-pellets to get a single dose, and most cooks aren't prepared to go that far (it's pretty dangerous), especially seeing as there is information circulating around some of the drugboards which teach you how to induce it on your own. Something about slamming your ballsack in a door until it turns blue/you pass out (whichever occurs last).

Anyway, all this 'aspro' did was make me feel kind of ambiguously connected to the universe, I guess, but kind of in a really 'horny' fashion. I wanted to do things to space-time. I tore a hole through reality and fist-fucked the vacuum of hyperspace for a good 4 - 6 hours straight (according to present company). I blacked out at one point, then woke up maybe 2 or 3 days later, dehydrated, confused, naked from the waist down, and I had my dick down an ant hill. When I pulled it out, it was roughly 20 times it's normal length, and there was an angrylittle alien clutching the end of it. He gnashed his teeth at me, then just disappeared. Like vanished. A note fluttered down from the sky, and it said "I'll be back, I'm going to bring all my friends, and we are going to fuck you up. and smash up all of your stuff. - &&&.@gjr-----.ek/"

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 11:48:23 Reply

At 11/17/11 11:35 AM, jarrydn wrote: I scored some 'aspro' off some weird hippies at a psytrance festival once. it wasn't the real deal, at least I don't think it is. apparently you have to process 10kg of slug-pellets to get a single dose, and most cooks aren't prepared to go that far (it's pretty dangerous), especially seeing as there is information circulating around some of the drugboards which teach you how to induce it on your own. Something about slamming your ballsack in a door until it turns blue/you pass out (whichever occurs last).

Anyway, all this 'aspro' did was make me feel kind of ambiguously connected to the universe, I guess, but kind of in a really 'horny' fashion. I wanted to do things to space-time. I tore a hole through reality and fist-fucked the vacuum of hyperspace for a good 4 - 6 hours straight (according to present company). I blacked out at one point, then woke up maybe 2 or 3 days later, dehydrated, confused, naked from the waist down, and I had my dick down an ant hill. When I pulled it out, it was roughly 20 times it's normal length, and there was an angrylittle alien clutching the end of it. He gnashed his teeth at me, then just disappeared. Like vanished. A note fluttered down from the sky, and it said "I'll be back, I'm going to bring all my friends, and we are going to fuck you up. and smash up all of your stuff. - &&&.@gjr-----.ek/"

That is some deeep stuff dude!
I tried the ballsack method once, and once you numb them to the pain, the universe just opens itself up to you. It started with seeing the galaxy (stars) rushing around my head, and then I saw that hyperspace vacuum thing, and in fact dove straight into it, and then kept going back and forth before the vacuum orgasmed, and I witnessed the creation of the universe again, or I might have projected into someones toilet bowl as they were flushing.
I don't remember all the other details. And lol, my parents that I was having an overdose or something, since they took me to the hospital. But I told them it was a spiritual experience and it was cool.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 11:58:49 Reply

Lol parents are so dumb, they should try taking smart pills once in a while.

Yeah man hyperspace is into some freaky shit, and always sends you back into reality (or is this just a dream???????????????????????????????????
?????????) with a nasty little alien hanging off your pecker. I dunno maybe those slug pellets DID do the trick for me, I'm just glad that a covenant of hot lesbian witches lives down the road, they make a wicked ointment for this kind of thing.

I'm going to go to bed and try my luck at some astral rejection. I'm hoping that it kicks me back to about 5 minutes ago, before i drank the last mouthful of milk from the bottle. I really want to drink it again. I was huffing glue earlier (I heard you can 'sniff yourself sober' if you're having a bad trip across the astral plains), and I think I might have become a bit 'too' sober, if you know what I mean (i want to die, reality(??????) just isn't cutting it for me anymore). Anyway I heard that milk can bring a trip on hard again, if you drink it at the right time, at juuuuust the right angle (when the moon is at it's equinox), if you know what I mean.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 12:26:23 Reply

At 11/17/11 11:58 AM, jarrydn wrote: Lol parents are so dumb, they should try taking smart pills once in a while.

You speak my language bro


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 12:30:05 Reply

this has to be the wackiest page of the lounge that has ever existed.

The worst is when you feel resistance during astral projection - like something is trying to drag you back.

I also fucked a guy in the spaceship. Or at least I think I did. It was pretty fun from what I recall - he didn't seem too happy about it.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 13:47:03 Reply

Just watched American Pie, which reulsted in me rocking to this.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 13:48:16 Reply

At 11/17/11 01:47 PM, LiquidOoze wrote: Just watched American Pie 2, which resultted in me rocking to this.

Fixed that.


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At 11/16/11 11:26 PM, J-Rex wrote:
At 11/16/11 10:44 PM, Sequenced wrote: My first gig this Friday

I'm pumped.
How many people do you know will be there?

about 100-200 people from my high school. I have to play generic crappy pop dance music for about an 1hour and 30 minutes... and then I'm doing a 1 hour dubstep mix. If any of you have and dance / electro stuff they want people to hear, send them to me. I would like 320kbps, full version of the song...

Also, my set up is just a regular midi-based DJ contraption with a laptop and I can use the venue's speakers and shizzle.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 17:22:06 Reply

some of the funniest shit on here since sugarisimon lol

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 18:29:33 Reply

Apparently, albums are now called "albubs"

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 19:01:58 Reply

At 11/17/11 06:29 PM, brokendeck wrote: Apparently, albums are now called "albubs"

Its nothing new. Us bohemians have known that since the dawn of time

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 19:11:37 Reply

At 11/17/11 06:29 PM, brokendeck wrote: Apparently, albums are now called "albubs"

Odly if your dose id sduck.

Only if your nose id stuck
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At 11/17/11 07:01 PM, LogicalDefiance wrote:
At 11/17/11 06:29 PM, brokendeck wrote: Apparently, albums are now called "albubs"
Its nothing new. Us bohemians have known that since the dawn of time

Oh cool you were around for the dawn of time as well? Good times. Confusing as well...very confusing, but also very good.

I remember when Metallibub brought out Mastub of Puppubs. Sickest albub ever. Then they cut their hair, got a bit younger, and started messing around with a new letter that came on to the scene. I blame Mustaine.

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I miss sugarsimon.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 20:59:01 Reply

At 11/17/11 01:34 PM, LaForge wrote:
At 11/17/11 10:25 AM, LiquidOoze wrote: To me, dissonant =/= nice.
Second.

That's probably because you don't use it right. Besides using only tonal chords is boring. That and you can do a lot with dissonant chords that make them not dissonant

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At 11/17/11 08:59 PM, Kirbyfemur wrote: Besides using only tonal chords is boring.

Tonality isn't boring. There are only unimaginative composers ;)

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 21:20:09 Reply

Dissonant stuff

I love it. Because when used right, you don't even notice that it's dissonant. A great example is classical piano music, when played in it's complete form, you don't notice it, but in a lot of the classical stuff (And modern as well) if you play just 1 hand at a time, you'll notice a lot of dissonance in the music, but the other hand compliments it and smooths it over, making it sound gorgeous.

I don't do much dissonant stuff on piano, because I don't know how to use it properly yet... but I do it a fair bit on guitar when I'm writing more "in your face metal".... But then... I intentionally make it sound dissonant.
I use your typical powerchord but raising the lowest root 1 semitone often in chugging sections of songs... So instead of D-A-D, it's D#-A-D... Gives the chord a very sinister and foreboding sound.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 22:52:44 Reply

At 11/17/11 09:28 AM, LogicalDefiance wrote: Harmonizing yourself

Did you know you can whistle and hum two different notes at the same time? Most of the time creating a nice and dissonant minor second.

Orrrrr, you know...

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-11-17 23:00:51 Reply

dissonance is very useful for building tension

also bands like dillinger escape plan pretty much built a career around dissonance