Tulpaforcing Resources Thread
I've created this thread so that we can gather various resources to help tulpaforcing in one place. It can be anything (e.g. music, techniques), as long as you found it helpful during your tulpaforcing sessions. Don't post guides and FAQs that already exist on tulpa.info, though.
(w/ no-noise version
, gamma). This is the infamous tone that I basically rammed much of the tulpa community in the ass with, especially during the /mlp/ threads in March/April. It plays a bunch of very specific frequencies at the same time to add up to a greater effect. While being centered in the gamma spectrum, the carrier frequencies used are mainly supposed to help you hallucinate better and feel more emotion from your tulpa. I've had very good feedback on it, so it'll likely work for you, too.
- Theta Tone v5 r3
(theta). Theta Tone is a theta brainwave stimulant. These waves in your brain are produced when you dream and hallucinate, so this tone should indeed prove useful for forcing. Changes pace over time, providing a bit of everything in the theta field. Good alternative to those that don't find Tulpatone to cut it.
- Theta Click
(theta). Like with Theta Tone, this track is based on the frequencies of the theta waves. I've switched out the usual binaural audio with the sound of a woodtick, however. The entrainment effect is still well-pronounced. If you don't prefer the sound of tones, use this instead.
- Clairvoyant Focus v2 r2
(w/ no-noise version
Yet another fucking
A tone to help you visualize while staying focused. It fucks up your mind, so do only use it if neither Tulpatone or Theta Tone did the job. Informally referred to as CF.
- Mood Alertness
(w/ rain version
requested by Colonel/Duke, alpha). A tone intended for subconscious mood elevation, provoking general emotion. Although people usually become happy while listening, it can go both ways, so make sure to think solely happy thoughts. Informally referred to as MA.
- 3rd Schumann Resonance
(w/ no-noise version
, alpha). A tone for giving you a sense of general well-being and mild euphoria. It's different from Mood Alertness, since that stimulates general emotion, while this stimulates euphoria via a different frequency. Use good headphonies for this one; earbuds won't cut it. Informally referred to as 3SR.
- Pure Noise (white)
. A track consisting of purely white noise. Useful for depriving your sense of hearing and thereby provoke auditory mismatched hallucinations in particular, like when working on your tupper's voice. You should stick to the above tones for general-purpose forcing, however.
- Pure Noise (pink)
. Same thing, but with pink noise instead. Like white noise, this can also be used to mismatch-hallucinate if the above didn't work out for you.
. Useful site with isochronic tones. I recommend the track, 4.0287
. It helped me and some other people in the IRC. Dane has several times recommended Dreamy
, Deep Meditation (background only)
, and Purple 2
- Pleeb's playlist
. It's a large hive of 396 Hz tracks, but hey, he found them useful, so why not give one of them a try?
Some words about my tones
Though I initially used the isochronic tones found on iso-tones.com, I eventually became annoyed at them. The guy who made those tones kept using the same background sounds over and over. Personally, I just prefer white or pink noise, the last mentioned being the type of noise used in I-Doser's binaural beats as well. My tones are a protest against using obsolete techniques and annoying background sounds.
Obsolete techniques, I say? Yes. I'm using my own fucking techniques for making these tones. Isochronic entrainment is not master race, despite what you might've been told, although it's still effective. You can't really call my tones directly isochronic or binaural. They're basically a mix, combining the best of both while using a range of different methods to optimize the whole experience. I experiment all the time to see what brings better results. Always strive to make it better, I say. Another saying of mine is that in the end, the best way is usually a combination of several.
Some words about brainwave entrainment
The brain constantly produces specific brainwave frequencies, based on its thought patterns. Binaural entrainment is playing two different frequencies in each ear, internally producing a third from the difference, and thus stimulating the intended thought pattern. Isochronic entrainment is playing a monaural tone or sound in each ear at a given pace, since brainwave frequencies can also be stimulated through repeating sound. The last mentioned is more effective than binaural entrainment, since binaural beats are constant, whereas isochronic tones are paced, increasing the stimuli.
"This is a placebo."
No. Your expectations are just way too fucking high.
One thing that you must always keep in mind is that these tones are merely stimulants; no matter how "powerful" some claim isochronic tones or binaural beats (or my tones) can be, they will never provide you with any real drugging effects. They simply make something your brain is doing (or trying to do) easier. It can
nonetheless still feel drugging, depending on how accepting or rejecting your mind is. The acceptance and rejectance of minds varies, so the time that it takes for the tone's effect to kick in and the density and length of said effect is rather individualistic. Just wanted to say all this to make sure that you're not just throwing "placebo" in my face like Devano/Irish/all the other faggots do.
"They're not working."/"I can't hear shit."
Turn up the volume.
"I can't focus."/"Too fucking loud, man."
Turn down the volume.
"That's all fine and well, but they still do jack."
Like I said earlier, the tones affect everyone, whether or not you may notice so. The time that it takes for the tone's effect to kick in and the density and length of said effect varies from person to person; this is why some are easily influenced and others barely influenced by my tones. Consider the following: the more you listen to brainwave entrainment audio over time, the greater the effect becomes. This fact applies to binaural beats, isochronic tones, my tones, and other kinds of stimulative audio mediums.