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  • Spengler

    @bittburger

    @spengler Thank you both for your input. It's certainly convenient for me that shows are put out in mono.I'll try using my left ear for a bit to see if it makes any discernible difference from using my usual right ear.

    Have a look into Radiolab Podcast - Episode titled 9 Volt Nirvana as well. Make yourself listen to the end. Its utterly fascinating ...

    -B-

    Thanks - I'm listening to it now. I've not previously heard of "trans-cranial direct current stimulation". I'm expecting it to be, as you say, fascinating!

    @rob In contrast to Adam's show, my show is stereo. But I try to keep the mix centered enough so you can listen with either ear.

    I've tried mixing down to mono, expecting to get a smaller file size, and I did not. Perhaps I didn't do something right.

    Hi Rob. I've been enjoying your show listening with my bluetooth earpiece, and hadn't noticed any problems.

    BTW this thread is 11 months old now - I'm feeling nostalgic!

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  • Spengler

    @bittburger

    @spengler Thank you both for your input. It's certainly convenient for me that shows are put out in mono.I'll try using my left ear for a bit to see if it makes any discernible difference from using my usual right ear.

    Have a look into Radiolab Podcast - Episode titled 9 Volt Nirvana as well. Make yourself listen to the end. Its utterly fascinating ...

    -B-

    I've now listened to the whole thing and it was fascinating. Trans-cranial direct current stimulation seemingly can increase performance and better one's sense of well-being! The procedure/process is very crude, and the episode mentioned someone going (temporarily?) blind! It's obviously highly risky and experimental at this stage. I was imagining trying it myself, and as the New Scientist editor mentioned, it could become addictive. I think with refinement and research this could lead to some profound outcomes!

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  • ademczuk

    @spengler There's an app for android that turns on the microphone so that you can still hear outside noise if it helps. Around Sound

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