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Old 2013-01-18, 18:28
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in a word: no. How would it help a music software?
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Old 2013-01-18, 18:41
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For the logical extreme of electronic drugs, check out this Wikipedia article on the "droud," a fictional device that connects directly to the brain. In author Larry Niven's universe, users are known as "wireheads,"

I actually experienced an early form of what the OP is describing in the late 1980s. An inventor in north Georgia (USA) has created a device which aligns with the chakra points of the body and injects frequencies via sonar transducers which are designed to produce a centering, meditative effect. In my case it did so quite dramatically. The effect lasted for weeks.

Flashing forward, Sony is said to have developed a technology for simulating odors during movies which is somehow transmitted into the human brain. Wonder how long that will be legal, or what three-letter government agency will appropriate it for their own uses?

You really need to be careful when playing directly with the brain. Who is in control of the programming, and what are their motives? The effects are as likely to be destructive as pleasurable, just as with synthetic drugs today. For now I'll take my stimulation from music indirectly, just as we have for millenia--through the ears and body, and filtered through the mind and spirit.

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Old 2013-01-18, 18:44
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It could help sequence your feelings and emotions and could be triggered by your computer and sequence by attaching an electro cap to your computer, it is even known to improve cognitive abilitities so we could improve brain to improve our music abilities to produce better music! But that's years away before that happens. I just want an electrocap to make me buzz of my nut while listening to rave music, that's probably possible in 2015!
Old 2013-01-18, 18:52
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Old 2013-01-18, 19:08
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Originally Posted by ryszard View Post
or what three-letter government agency will appropriate it for their own uses?
I think that when we hear about it they have already tested it extensively
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Old 2013-01-18, 19:14
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Yeah, not such a new idea.
Old 2013-01-19, 01:37
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Posts: 100!/entr...443d6c8e38c05b now this wacky! This is gotta be years away, if they can beam sound, video and taste and smell to your brain then they can beam feelings and altered states of consciousness! All using brain ultrasound stimulation!
Old 2013-01-19, 19:26
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Posts: 100 this would be an interesting device to experiment with!

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