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A Easy Way to Enjoy the Soundtrack More..
« on: January 28, 2010, 12:32:46 am »
The following information will end like a usual commercial for medications; with 15 billion warnings  ;)

At least for me, I like to interpret deeper into songs. And it is also fun. So, the other day I turn "Jake's First Flight" up to maximum volume, and it was very enjoyable. You hear little parts here and there that you didn't notice before. This can be used with any song, but make sure to have headphones

Warning:
     Don't listen countinuously- take a few minutes between each song
     Beware of max volume- it can hurt at some parts
     Stopping & Starting- don't stop and start every few seconds, if you must assure that before you start it up again, lower the volume
     Gradual- for your first song every time you do this, raise the volume gradually
     Don't fall asleep- MOST IMPORTANT

Like at the very end of each commercial for medication, after saying that you can get cancer, limb loss, eye loss, death, etc- This method can really help you enjoy the soundtrack more. Try it today!

Enjoy!
My uncle's dog came over a little less than one week ago. I stupidly left the computer plug on the floor. That night, his dog chewed it up. So, the next morning, I go looking for the plug and I find a chewed up piece of metal. I sadly cannot purchase a new plug right now, and my computer's battery is out. I'm at my public library.

Also, I discovered this promising "small business" film company called Mirror Entertainment. It looks really promising: http://www.mirrorente

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Re: A Easy Way to Enjoy the Soundtrack More..
« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2010, 05:13:04 am »
The following information will end like a usual commercial for medications; with 15 billion warnings  ;)

At least for me, I like to interpret deeper into songs. And it is also fun. So, the other day I turn "Jake's First Flight" up to maximum volume, and it was very enjoyable. You hear little parts here and there that you didn't notice before. This can be used with any song, but make sure to have headphones

Warning:
     Don't listen countinuously- take a few minutes between each song
     Beware of max volume- it can hurt at some parts
     Stopping & Starting- don't stop and start every few seconds, if you must assure that before you start it up again, lower the volume
     Gradual- for your first song every time you do this, raise the volume gradually
     Don't fall asleep- MOST IMPORTANT

Like at the very end of each commercial for medication, after saying that you can get cancer, limb loss, eye loss, death, etc- This method can really help you enjoy the soundtrack more. Try it today!

Enjoy!

I actually fall asleep to the soundtrack playing in the background. I find it very soothing and relaxing. I usually listen to track 6 or 7. Usually u start with 7, then move to 6 and fall asleep to 6. If i get up during the night for whatever reason, it helps me to fall back asleep quicker. The theory in my case is that white noise helps me sleep better. Lately it seems to be working. Even when i nap in the afternoon, i play the soundtrack and it helps. In the least, i find it a great way to relax.
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Re: A Easy Way to Enjoy the Soundtrack More..
« Reply #2 on: January 28, 2010, 03:01:10 pm »
The following information will end like a usual commercial for medications; with 15 billion warnings  ;)

At least for me, I like to interpret deeper into songs. And it is also fun. So, the other day I turn "Jake's First Flight" up to maximum volume, and it was very enjoyable. You hear little parts here and there that you didn't notice before. This can be used with any song, but make sure to have headphones

Warning:
     Don't listen countinuously- take a few minutes between each song
     Beware of max volume- it can hurt at some parts
     Stopping & Starting- don't stop and start every few seconds, if you must assure that before you start it up again, lower the volume
     Gradual- for your first song every time you do this, raise the volume gradually
     Don't fall asleep- MOST IMPORTANT

Like at the very end of each commercial for medication, after saying that you can get cancer, limb loss, eye loss, death, etc- This method can really help you enjoy the soundtrack more. Try it today!

Enjoy!

I actually fall asleep to the soundtrack playing in the background. I find it very soothing and relaxing. I usually listen to track 6 or 7. Usually u start with 7, then move to 6 and fall asleep to 6. If i get up during the night for whatever reason, it helps me to fall back asleep quicker. The theory in my case is that white noise helps me sleep better. Lately it seems to be working. Even when i nap in the afternoon, i play the soundtrack and it helps. In the least, i find it a great way to relax.

Yeah, that's what happens to me. I end up falling asleep, too. It is definitely a great way to relax. Like you said, it really is soothing
My uncle's dog came over a little less than one week ago. I stupidly left the computer plug on the floor. That night, his dog chewed it up. So, the next morning, I go looking for the plug and I find a chewed up piece of metal. I sadly cannot purchase a new plug right now, and my computer's battery is out. I'm at my public library.

Also, I discovered this promising "small business" film company called Mirror Entertainment. It looks really promising: http://www.mirrorente

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Re: A Easy Way to Enjoy the Soundtrack More..
« Reply #3 on: February 01, 2010, 06:28:00 am »
I've tried this quite some time before and I have to say, beware of Jake Enters his Avatar World.
Eywa, almost pierced my ear drums... not cool  :-\

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Re: A Easy Way to Enjoy the Soundtrack More..
« Reply #4 on: February 01, 2010, 06:34:23 am »
I've tried this quite some time before and I have to say, beware of Jake Enters his Avatar World.
Eywa, almost pierced my ear drums... not cool  :-\

I never tried that song. Thanks for the warning, though. (Eywa will provide  ;) )
My uncle's dog came over a little less than one week ago. I stupidly left the computer plug on the floor. That night, his dog chewed it up. So, the next morning, I go looking for the plug and I find a chewed up piece of metal. I sadly cannot purchase a new plug right now, and my computer's battery is out. I'm at my public library.

Also, I discovered this promising "small business" film company called Mirror Entertainment. It looks really promising: http://www.mirrorente

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Re: A Easy Way to Enjoy the Soundtrack More..
« Reply #5 on: February 01, 2010, 07:11:58 am »
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Don't fall asleep- MOST IMPORTANT

I can never sleep again...crap.

 

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