a revolutionary recording concept developed by a team of highly skilled technicians where ACTUAL
are recorded performing on ACTUAL
instruments. The result is a highly effective blend of technology and skill
that, when heard by the listener, will create an experience known as "HYPNOSOUND"
The idea for "HYPNOSOUND"
(TM) was first developed by Dr. Eli Bjornstrom, an exiled swedish scientist who has worked extensively on
developing such radical devices such as the "Tri-Zonal Space Warper"(see below) and the Milton Bradley games
"Mouse Trap" and "Operation". His research was halted when authorities realized he was using
Rare East Canadian Mallards as test subjects. He was dismissed as a quack and vanished into relative obscurity.
Our experienced technicians utilized research
data left behind by the pioneering scientist to develop the technique now known as "HYPNOSOUND"
(TM). This research was aimed at providing state-of-art ambient sound quality models and guidance for their
use in the implementation of National Ambient Musical Quality Standards (NAMQS) for ozone and fine particulate matter
). The principal effort is to develop and improve the Community Multiscale Music Quality (CMMQ) modeling
system, a multiscale and multi-listener chemistry-transport model (CTM). Specific research components include: Electric
guitar noodling, Ear-surface and plosive boundary layer (PBL) modeling, Bass drum mechanisms and solvers, Bass
guitar representations in grid-based sonic quality models, Vocal treatment for large elevated sources of sound
levels, and CMAQ code integration and efficiencies.
objectives of this research program are to continuously develop and improve the mesoscale (regional through aural scale)
listening quality simulation models, including CMAQ, as listener quality management and NAAQS implementation tools. The
CMAQ CTM includes the necessary critical science process modules for handling atmospheric transport, deposition, drum
mixing, emissions, guitar and aqueous-phase chemical transformation processes, and aerosol dynamics and atmospheric chemistry.
Research is conducted to develop and test appropriate chemical and physical mechanisms, improve the accuracy of sound emissions
and dry deposition algorithms, and to develop and advance state-of-science musical models and contributing process parameterizations.
Chronic exposure to "HYPNOSOUND"
(TM) can lead to tolerance and psychic dependency with varying degrees of abnormal behavior. Dramatic psychotic episodes
can occur. Patients with agitation may react adversely. CBC and platelet count (lab work) are advised. Long-term affects
have not been established.
side effects: necrotizing vasculitis, thrombocytopenia purpura, blood pressure and pulse changes, rapid heart beat, cardiac
Other side effects include:
Unusual muscular contractions in the pelvic region, an upward muscular contaction in the facial region, prolonged
periods of elation.