The Ultimate Guide To Using Subliminal Audio Programs

So you’ve stumbled upon the wonderful world of subliminal audio programs and subliminal mind programming. You’re ready to start listening to these programs, but you are not sure how to go about getting yourself set up to take maximum advantage of these subliminals. Fear not, for that’s exactly what this guide to using subliminals is about.

The Ultimate Guide To Using Subliminal Audio Programs

So you’ve stumbled upon the wonderful world of subliminal audio programs and subliminal mind programming. You’re ready to start listening to these programs, but you are not sure how to go about getting yourself set up to take maximum advantage of these subliminals. Fear not, for that’s exactly what this guide is about.

File Formats

When you purchase the subliminal audio programs, you will see multiple files in your account for each variation of the program you are using. There are 3 different audio tracks, such as Ocean Surf, Trickling Stream, and Ultrasonic. The ocean surf and trickling stream files are masked format tracks, which means that the subliminal audio programming is embedded beneath the sound of the ocean or the sound of a river.

Choosing which format to use really depends on your preference. Ultrasonic is for the most part “silent” so it can be useful just to play it in the background while you go about your day. Masked tracks have the additional benefit of being relaxing, as nature sounds typically do. For all programs created after DMSI, hybrid tracks are also an option, which is a combination of Ultrasonic and Masked.

The newer 5.5G subliminals are built in .FLAC file formats as well as .mp3 formats. It’s been stated by Shannon Matteson himself that .FLAC is a step up in power compared to .mp3, but .FLAC is not very friendly on many devices. However, if you have the ability to use .flac, do so because it’s more effective at inputting the information into your subconscious. However, you will not be missing out if you are unable to, as .mp3 files get the job done just as well.

Audio Players

Some audio players are better than others. On PC, it’s recommended to use something like Foobar, VLC, or Audacious. Shy away from windows media player, if you can.

Equalizer Settings

Always try to have equalizer settings at DEFAULT settings, default being no modification to the equalizer. However, if you do not have an option on your player for a balanced equalizer setting, choose Jazz, as that would be the next best thing to default. Try not to use bass booster, either in your software or your hardware, if you can, as bass booster will reduce the effectiveness of the subliminals.

Equipment

If you choose to listen to ultrasonic or hybrid formats, you need to make sure your speakers or headphones have a frequency response of 20Hz-20kHz. This is MANDATORY. Otherwise, you will not receive the benefits of the subliminals. You can run the frequency response test to see if your speakers or headphones can handle the ultrasonic or hybrid formats. This is unnecessary, if you listen to purely masked tracks, however.

You also want to have STEREO speakers or STEREO headphones. Mono will work, but the programs are designed to be listened to with both ears, and as such, there is different programming on the left and right channels. As such, mono speakers will give you about 45% effectiveness compared to stereo speakers.

For absolute optimal listening, you should use headphones, or have each speaker on either side of you, at equally distant points, to make sure you get the best effects. It’s OK to have the speakers at one corner of the room while listening, but it’s not optimum.

The absolute best equipment to use for subliminal audio programs is a headphone device called Sleep Phones. They can be used overnight without discomfort, and they meet the frequency response requirements of ultrasonic as well.

Timing Your Listening Sessions

With the advent of ASRB technology in 5.5G and above, it’s important to time your listening sessions such that you listen to all of your loops in one session, without missing even a fraction of a second of audio. This makes headphones a better bet for the more recent subliminals such as DMSI. You do not have to worry about this if your subliminal audio program is in 5th Generation format or older.

Generation Formats

Each subliminal falls under a generation format, depending on when it was built and with what technology went into the subliminal. 5th generation subliminal audio programs use Naturalizer, Optimus engine, Self Optimizing Scripting, and a few others. Because of this, 5th generation and above format programs cannot be used in conjunction with other subliminals or mind programming methods. 5.5Generation is the the generation in between 5th and 6th, with many technologies backported from 6G, which at the time of this writing, has not been released yet. 5.5G subliminals use ASRB, energy flooding, and P3/4/5.

4th generation and older subliminals require a minimum of 12 hours of exposure to maximize programming. 5th generation requires a minimum of 8 hours.

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