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Interzone / Inspiring repetitive samples
« on: March 25, 2010, 03:32:18 AM »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrG0qkJgPZk

Why does repetitive piano sounds deep? Or is it just me.

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Interzone / Autosuggestion
« on: March 18, 2010, 06:09:29 PM »
Autosuggestion has been helping me a lot. Only now I see how contra-productive toughts have been in excess in my life. It's not pseudoscience or BS as some people might think, and in spite of it being a great healing method for the weak, neurotic, lazy, it's not, as some people might wrongly think, only for these kind of unsatisfied people. Strong people, even those who are OK in their lives, have a lot to gain from this.

I'm almost finished on the first book I seriously read on the subject, by an american author, Paul C. Jagot. It's free from new age, or christian crap (some books on this topic tend to mix it with religion, and so as a result many people shun autosuggestion). Since I cannot find this book online, I'm going to share this:

http://www.thelifestylecafe.co.za/EmileCoue-SelfMastery.pdf

I have not read this book yet, but I became familiar with this author on the book I am reading. I will read this book also. The author is the creator of the autosuggestion method. It is free from new age crap, the book is from 1922. The books by this author on amazon all have more than 100 pages. This one has 32. It's the same content, but the other books have extended content. I used the look inside feature of the site, and saw the content of the pdf file on the book, so it's the real thing. I hope you all enjoy this,

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Interzone / Book Recomendations
« on: March 18, 2010, 02:25:30 PM »
I'm starting to read everyday, and I would like to know some Classic books, non-fiction, that are good and important. Those real classic works. Not some books like Lords of Chaos or a book like this is your brain on music, etc. (nothing against this books.)

On another question, anyone ever read Sigmund Freud's books? What do you think?

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Interzone / Birds influencing music
« on: March 11, 2010, 06:41:02 PM »
Maybe birds were the first musical influences when people were starting to create melodies?

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Interzone / Question about understanding music
« on: March 07, 2010, 01:43:55 AM »
I'm inclined to believe our capacity to appreciate more complex music develops with age as most people who really enjoy music turn to more complex styles, like classical music, later in their lives, but many young talents that study music always appreciated this kind of music, not to mention the composer themselves (but that may be different since they lived in a time with no TV and were trained very hard). But I wanted to know, can a person being to appreciate music like Classical or good metal, if they like more simple music? Can changes occur that make them comprehend more coherent, complex works?

Can a more disciplined life, work and stimulation of the brain like meditation, or mathematics help this?

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Interzone / Progressive Rock
« on: February 22, 2010, 05:31:22 PM »
There are some good progressive rock albums. I like Pink Floyd, Camel, King Crimson, Gentle Giant. What is your opinion on this strange genre?

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