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Posted 16 June 2016 - 12:48 AM

Lookout Mountain Laboratory
 
The 60 and 70's Hollywood and the music industry looks like a government run operation centred at Lookout Mountain Laboratory.
 
 
What did the studio at Wonderland Avenue do?
 
 
 

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Posted 16 June 2016 - 12:52 AM

Laurel Canyon and the Covert Military Connection to 60's Rock
 
 
 

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Posted 16 June 2016 - 01:20 AM

Related threads and weird scenes...

Music Impacts Mental Health

http://forum.chicken...-mental-health/

Psycho Acoustical Behaviors in Music

http://forum.chicken...viors-in-music/

Bernays’ Mass Mind Control Tactics

http://forum.chicken...ontrol-tactics/

Online Ouija Board

http://forum.chicken...ne-ouija-board/
 


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Posted 16 June 2016 - 01:44 AM

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Learn, dammit, learn!!!
 
See what der Fuhrer is all about!
 
 

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Posted 16 June 2016 - 01:48 AM

 

 
Learn, dammit, learn!!!
 
See what der Fuhrer is all about!

 

 

Beware of the seductive and deceptive power of images.
 
 
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Posted 16 June 2016 - 02:08 AM

How the CIA and Military Control the Music Industry
 
Of course, most people who are blues and rock'n'roll fans have heard about Robert Johnson and how he sold his soul to the Devil at the Crossroads in exchange for brilliant musical skills. Whether this is a myth or if it's true, I leave for you to decide, but strange things are happening behind the scenes in the Music Industry and unfortunately, the rock stars most of us have worshipped are not always what we thought they were. Although the Robert Johnson story could be a myth, he is not the only one claiming to have sold his soul to the Devil for fame and fortune. There are quite a few admitting to the same thing, where Bob Dylan is one of them as we shall see later in this article.
 
 
 
 
 

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Posted 16 June 2016 - 11:47 AM

Does Music and Lyrical Content Influence Human Behavior?
 
Heavy metal lyrics often have themes of alienation, retribution, and angst (Ballard 476). The lyrics contain references to sex, drug use, suicide, Satanism, and other violence. From a listeners standpoint the lyrics are loud and the music is guitar driven. The lyrics are sometimes hard to understand and open to interpretation. Rap lyrics are chanted in cadence. Rap lyrics are accompanied by rhythmic music that may include scratching or spinning. Scratching is dragging a phonograph needle across a record. The lyrics of rap music contain objectionable language, often relating to the problems of urban life and include themes of sex, drug use, misogyny, or violence (Fishoff 805). My concern is not with popular music, or even with a particular genre, such as heavy metal or rap. My concern is with those songs that glorify violence, racism, murder, mayhem, and condone the abuse of women. I am not emphasizing any type of censorship, but I am emphasizing some type of responsibility or citizenship. Music is important to this culture and it's identity. Music helps define social and sub-cultural boundaries. Today's culture face far more difficulties and dangers than there counterparts did just a generation ago. Over the last thirty years, violent juvenile crime has jumped by more that five hundred percent (United States Senate, Committee on Governmental Affairs 1998). 
 
 

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Posted 16 June 2016 - 11:56 AM

How Social Factors Influence Our Choice of Music
 
Now that Web 2.0 is in full flight, social media networks are changing the way we access and perceive content. The digital music age is upon us, and the ease with which new music from unsigned bands can be obtained has created a new economic model for distribution and promotion. Buzz itself is the latest buzz, and word-of-blog/IM/email has become a very powerful tool for aspiring artists. Combined with the fact that single downloads now count towards a songs official chart position, the promotion and distribution cycle for new music can take place entirely online. But does such bewebbed convenience make it easier to predict what will become a hit?
 
Duncan J. Watts and his colleagues recently conducted a fascinating study into the effects of social influence on an individuals perception and consumption of music. The process was described in an article in the NY Times. Using their own Music Lab website, they studied the behaviour of more than 14,000 participants to determine what factors influenced their selections.
 
participants were asked to listen to, rate and, if they chose, download songs by bands they had never heard of. Some of the participants saw only the names of the songs and bands, while others also saw how many times the songs had been downloaded by previous participants. This second group, in what we called the social influence condition , was further split into eight parallel worlds such that participants could see the prior downloads of people only in their own world. We didnt manipulate any of these rankings - all the artists in all the worlds started out identically, with zero downloads - but because the different worlds were kept separate, they subsequently evolved independently of one another.

 

 

 
So many worlds! What sun/star do these worlds spin around? 
 

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Posted 16 June 2016 - 12:12 PM

How much music do people really listen to a day? Never mind the songs heard on the radio, but also include the music in movies, TV shows, ads, commercials. Ear worms of all sorts entering our brains and influencing the consumer process.

Then, one must consider the sound effects inserted by a Foley artist! How does this impact an image when a sound effect is inserted to emphasize a violent act on the screen?

The ways sound effects you: Physiological and Psychological

https://shakatech.wo...-psychological/

 


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Posted 16 June 2016 - 12:40 PM

How Sound Torture Works
 
Sound torture is nothing new. In fact, using sound to psychologically attack an enemy has roots in the ancient Aztec culture. The Aztec “Death Whistle” served a variety of purposes from human sacrifice rituals to warfare. During a siege on enemy territory, the Aztecs warriors would sound the “Death Whistle” in an effort to cause their enemies psychological discomfort before the impending battle. The skull-shaped tool produces a terrifying screech that has to be heard to be believed:
 
 
 
 

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