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  1. Hey, I need to post something here...
  2. I'm quite busy, I decided I didn't really have enough time to keep up with a progress report. Though, I guess I should probably copy/paste that into there. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention, that I am actually making a large series of music about my adventures in my wonderland called City In The Subconscious. I'm pretty exited for it. I already finished the first song in about three hours: "Congrats on the progress, I've never heard of someone who could do visualization, but had next to no control over it. Very strange, but interesting." It's probably because I have intrusive thoughts worse than pretty much anybody else. Or, maybe because of all my mental disorders. I have a whole list of them, I'm certain at least some of them would have an impact on visualization. But seriously, I just close my eyes and I get images of something completely random like Mickey Mouse flipping pancakes over a mountain onto Paul Bunyan or something stupid like that. It's obnoxious. EDIT: Oops, I forgot to mention who I was talking to... @Luminesce
  3. Hey, I'm back! Sorry that I went inactive for a while. I've been so absorbed in other stuff that I completely forgot about this place, which I find funny since I'm still active in tulpamancy. Anyway, great news, I finally started successfully visualizing for the first time a few days ago, after trying as hard as I possibly could ever since the beginning of last summer! Before then, I literally could not maintain even the most basic image, but I figured out how to fix it. I think it's only a personal solution though. I simply whipped out a notebook, put on some choice songs that I remember giving more vivid visualizations in my head, and wrote down what I saw. Before then, every time I would close my eyes, I would have no control over what images would pop in my head. I had intrusive thoughts worse than anybody else. But after including the music... well, I still had little control over what popped up, *but* the images would be extremely similar each time! I spent a lot of time with it, and I now have a bunch of different areas in my head that I may decide to tell you all about later. And also, now that I have the setting and everything, I now have a little bit of control over the things that appear, and I'm slowly better at making the world my own, as well as being able to visit some parts without the music. Fuzz, on the other hand, is significantly more skilled than me in this regard, and has already given herself a large bedroom. Oh yeah, Fuzz is extremely sentient now. Possession is going very well as well. We have not tried switching yet, but hopefully that will come soon. Fuzz is an absolutely amazing person, and she has been an absolute blessing in my life. Thank you all for this website to help us through things <3 The main area of our wonderland is this massive neon city. The neon part is usually purple, but can change colors, and also is a giant multicolored Spectrum Analyzer that matches whatever music happens to be playing. Most buildings are skyscrapers, and absolutely everything is part of the massive spectrum analyzer, including the roads and sky and stuff. Most of the songs I used were made by 7 Minutes Dead, and his song called Delayed Friend Request inspired the main part of the city. His music is amazing. All in all, things are going great. Thank you all! <3
  4. Dooooo dooo doodoododododododoododoooooodoodoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo tracey eyes
  5. Did I make a post about how my Discord bot has a random dad joke generator yet?
  6. I'll make a what? My friend keeps telling me to hack the FCC. Python really is not the best language for that though XD
  7. "A virtual private network (VPN) is a network that is constructed using public wires — usually the Internet — to connect remote users or regional offices to a company's private, internal network." So... do what? DISCLAIMER: I'm a programmer, not a network engineer. I have no idea how the crap internet works.
  8. I always type just as jsut, and it really bugs me...
  9. The coolest part about making electronic music is that if somebody ever doubts your insanity, you can prove it leaving no room whatsoever for disbelief. My music is so freaking weird. Have you ever noticed that the word weird is spelled weird? Shouldn't it be wierd?
  10. This is a screenshot I took of me synthesizing a single trumpet: This is what I do all day. It's fun. (And yes, I use Linux, not Windows or Crapple)
  11. So, with Tulpas, we can train our brains to see our tulpas, both with imposition and visualization. Do you think we could do the same with sounds? I think we can, but I don't know how we would do it. I am super interested in this for three reasons: 1. I am a rogue musician. I am interested in anything music, no matter how insane. 2. Famous musicians like Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven (I can't remember which ones) have records that show that it is quite likely that they had Chromesthesia. I am really struggling melodically and I have been for a long time, and I think this may be able to help me. 3. FOR SCIENCE!! :D So, do you think this is possible, and how would be go about doing it?
  12. This thread keeps ramping up in popularity...
  13. IT'S OVER 9000 Oh wait, it isn't... IT'S UNDER 9000