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02/28/16 02:00 AM
02/28/16 02:00 AM
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These are my personal notes. They're very messy and sloppy. However, we're all photo-readers here so, what I'm hoping is any of these concepts can or could contribute to the creation of any new learning strategies courses that help people. So, again sorry for the mess, however, there is knowledge and content here.

The main concepts are time perception, meditation, absolute-pitch & relative-pitch, absolute-rhythm & relative rhythm. As well as manual and automatic production of tones, which could have applications to meditation, rhythmic breathing, breathing patterns, and counting. Counting in the sense of advanced or ancient counting and ancient time-keeping and manual frequency counting, perhaps a lost art over time or a closely guarded modern secret.

Maybe some of these concepts could spark some new courses that could help a lot of people, so again sorry for the messiness, however there's probably some good concepts here.

Metronome

•Manual
•Automatic

•Time-Keeping

•Buzz
•Bounce

•Vibrato

•Counting
•Subdividing

•Practice At 40 BPM

•Practice Slow

•Counting

•Time-Keeping

•Ancient Time-Keeping

•Ancient Time-Keeping Before Clocks

•Sub-Divisions

•Any Number

•Practice Slow

•Exercise

•Counting

•Perception Of Time

•Alter Perception Of Time

•Relativity

•Compatible Relitivity

Practice 60 Min Or 1 Hour

Slow - Or - Fast - Or - Slow & Fast

40 Different Rudiments

1 Rudiment Per 1 Minute

1 Rudiment Per 5 Minutes

40 Min - 200 Min

All Rudiments

Rhythm Scale

12 Keys

BPM To Hertz

BPM To Tones

BPM To Chromatic Scale

Largo

1 BPM - 40 BPM Rhythm Scale

1 BPM - 40 BPM - 1 Note Per 40 Clicks

2 BPM - 40 BPM - 1 Note Per 20 Clicks

3 BPM - 60 BPM - 1 Note Per 20 Clicks

4 BPM - 40 BPM - 1 Note Per 10 Clicks

5 BPM - 40 BPM - 1 Note Per 8 Clicks

6 BPM - 60 BPM - 1 Note Per 10 Clicks

7 BPM - 70 BPM - 1 Note Per 10 Clicks

8 BPM - 40 BPM - 2 Notes Per 1 Click

9 BPM - 90 BPM - 1 Note Per 10 Clicks

10 BPM - 50 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

11 BPM - 55 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

12 BPM - 60 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

13 BPM - 65 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

14 BPM - 70 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

15 BPM - 75 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

16 BPM - 80 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

17 BPM - 85 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

18 BPM - 90 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

19 BPM - 95 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

20 BPM - 100 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

21 BPM - 105 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

22 BPM - 110 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

23 BPM - 115 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

24 BPM - 120 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

25 BPM - 125 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

26 BPM - 130 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

27 BPM - 135 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

28 BPM - 140 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

29 BPM - 145 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

30 BPM - 150 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

31 BPM - 155 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

32 BPM - 160 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

33 BPM - 165 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

34 BPM - 170 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

35 BPM - 175 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

36 BPM - 180 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

37 BPM - 185 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

38 BPM - 190 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

39 BPM - 195 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

40 BPM - 40 BPM - 1 Note Per 1 Clicks

Bounce

Always Count Out-Loud

Sub-Divide Slow Tempos

Absolute Rhythm & Relative Rhythm - Rhythm Scales

Just as there is absolute-pitch and relative-pitch, there is absolute-rhythm and relative-rhythm.

Rhythm is Tone.  Rhythm is slow tone.  Tone is fast rhythm.

There is slow time and fast time.

It's perception of time.

You can perceive slow time and fast time.

There are frequencies or cycles per second or hertz.

There are rhythms or BPM or BPH or BPD.  Beats per minute, beats per hour, and beats per day.

At 60 BPM, one beat is one second or one hertz.

So rhythm is tone.

Rhythm is slow tone and slow time and tone is fast rhythm and fast time.

It's all about perception.

The slower the rhythm the slower your perception and less resistance.

The faster the rhythm the faster your perception and more resistance.

If rhythm is tone then there are rhythm scales.

So there is a chromatic rhythm scale that is equal to the chromatic tone scale.

If you practice counting out-loud to slow rhythm theoretically your perception of time slows down and it's easier to sub-divide rhythm.

Then you exercise slowly and can theoretically sub-divide fast rhythms into great amounts of numbers and your perception of time alters.

Theoretically one second could be perceived as a year.

One year of one seconds that are equal to one year would mean a year of one second years would be equal to perceiving one year as 30 million years.

Counting out loud slowly and sub-dividing slowly alters your perception of time theoretically because your thoughts match your counting out loud.

It's a matter of proper metronome exercise and altering perception of time and perceiving time absolutely and relatively as slow or fast.

Rhythm Scales.

•Metronome

•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breathing Rhythmically
•10 Min

•Absolute-Pitch
•Relative-Pitch
•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breaths Per Minute

•Automatic
•Manual

•Counting
•Subdividing Rudiments

•Slow Breathing - Breaths Per Minute
•Fast Breathing - Breaths Per Second

•Standard Breathing
•Breathing Patterns

•Breathing Tones
•Breathing Rhythms

•Breathing Arpeggios
•Breathing Progressions
•Breathing Rhythms

•BPM To Hertz Conversion

•Manual
•Automatic

•Visualizing Tones
•Breathing Tones

•Vibrato
•Buzz

•Automatic
•Manual

•BPM To Hertz Conversion
•Incorporating All Drum Rudiments
•All Subdivisions
•Any Number

•Metronome

•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breathing Rhythmically
•10 Min

•Absolute-Pitch
•Relative-Pitch
•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breaths Per Minute

•Automatic
•Manual

•Counting
•Subdividing Rudiments

•Slow Breathing - Breaths Per Minute
•Fast Breathing - Breaths Per Second

•Standard Breathing
•Breathing Patterns

•Breathing Tones
•Breathing Rhythms

•Breathing Arpeggios
•Breathing Progressions
•Breathing Rhythms

•BPM To Hertz Conversion

•Manual
•Automatic

•Visualizing Tones
•Breathing Tones

•Vibrato
•Buzz

•Automatic
•Manual

•BPM To Hertz Conversion
•Incorporating All Drum Rudiments
•All Subdivisions
•Any Number

•Absolute-Pitch Perception Is Sonic Auras
•Enter Specific Brain-Wave Perception Level
•Sonic Rainbow Perception
•Similar To Visual Auras
•At The Sonic Level
•Enter Specific Brain-Wave State
•Sonic Aura Perception
•Visual Aura Perception
•Relative-Pitch Is Language - Patterns
•Fluency
•Immersion
•Combination Of Perceptions
•Trained Ear
•Fluency
•Sound Auras
•Visual Auras
•Brain-Wave State
•Enter Specific Brain-Wave State

•Remember, Visualize, Re-Enter
•Brain-Wave State
•When I Listened To
•Absolute-Pitch Sounds
•Micro-Eco-System
•On Gibson Guitar I Used To Own

•Re-Enter Same Brain-Wave State
•Anywhere
•Everywhere

•Sonic Aura Brain-Wave State
•Sound Aura Brain-Wave State

•Similar To Visual Aura Brain-Wave State
•But Sound Not Visual

•Meditative State
•Similar To Visual Aura
•Meditative State
•But Sound




Metronome

•Manual
•Automatic

•Time-Keeping

•Buzz
•Bounce

•Vibrato

•Counting
•Subdividing

•Practice At 40 BPM

•Practice Slow

•Counting

•Time-Keeping

•Ancient Time-Keeping

•Ancient Time-Keeping Before Clocks

•Sub-Divisions

•Any Number

•Practice Slow

•Exercise

•Counting

•Perception Of Time

•Alter Perception Of Time

•Relativity

•Compatible Relitivity

Practice 60 Min Or 1 Hour

Slow - Or - Fast - Or - Slow & Fast

40 Different Rudiments

1 Rudiment Per 1 Minute

1 Rudiment Per 5 Minutes

40 Min - 200 Min

All Rudiments

Rhythm Scale

12 Keys

BPM To Hertz

BPM To Tones

BPM To Chromatic Scale

Largo

1 BPM - 40 BPM Rhythm Scale

1 BPM - 40 BPM - 1 Note Per 40 Clicks

2 BPM - 40 BPM - 1 Note Per 20 Clicks

3 BPM - 60 BPM - 1 Note Per 20 Clicks

4 BPM - 40 BPM - 1 Note Per 10 Clicks

5 BPM - 40 BPM - 1 Note Per 8 Clicks

6 BPM - 60 BPM - 1 Note Per 10 Clicks

7 BPM - 70 BPM - 1 Note Per 10 Clicks

8 BPM - 40 BPM - 2 Notes Per 1 Click

9 BPM - 90 BPM - 1 Note Per 10 Clicks

10 BPM - 50 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

11 BPM - 55 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

12 BPM - 60 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

13 BPM - 65 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

14 BPM - 70 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

15 BPM - 75 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

16 BPM - 80 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

17 BPM - 85 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

18 BPM - 90 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

19 BPM - 95 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

20 BPM - 100 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

21 BPM - 105 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

22 BPM - 110 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

23 BPM - 115 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

24 BPM - 120 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

25 BPM - 125 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

26 BPM - 130 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

27 BPM - 135 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

28 BPM - 140 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

29 BPM - 145 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

30 BPM - 150 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

31 BPM - 155 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

32 BPM - 160 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

33 BPM - 165 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

34 BPM - 170 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

35 BPM - 175 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

36 BPM - 180 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

37 BPM - 185 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

38 BPM - 190 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

39 BPM - 195 BPM - 1 Note Per 5 Clicks

40 BPM - 40 BPM - 1 Note Per 1 Clicks

Bounce

Always Count Out-Loud

Sub-Divide Slow Tempos

Absolute Rhythm & Relative Rhythm - Rhythm Scales

Just as there is absolute-pitch and relative-pitch, there is absolute-rhythm and relative-rhythm.

Rhythm is Tone.  Rhythm is slow tone.  Tone is fast rhythm.

There is slow time and fast time.

It's perception of time.

You can perceive slow time and fast time.

There are frequencies or cycles per second or hertz.

There are rhythms or BPM or BPH or BPD.  Beats per minute, beats per hour, and beats per day.

At 60 BPM, one beat is one second or one hertz.

So rhythm is tone.

Rhythm is slow tone and slow time and tone is fast rhythm and fast time.

It's all about perception.

The slower the rhythm the slower your perception and less resistance.

The faster the rhythm the faster your perception and more resistance.

If rhythm is tone then there are rhythm scales.

So there is a chromatic rhythm scale that is equal to the chromatic tone scale.

If you practice counting out-loud to slow rhythm theoretically your perception of time slows down and it's easier to sub-divide rhythm.

Then you exercise slowly and can theoretically sub-divide fast rhythms into great amounts of numbers and your perception of time alters.

Theoretically one second could be perceived as a year.

One year of one seconds that are equal to one year would mean a year of one second years would be equal to perceiving one year as 30 million years.

Counting out loud slowly and sub-dividing slowly alters your perception of time theoretically because your thoughts match your counting out loud.

It's a matter of proper metronome exercise and altering perception of time and perceiving time absolutely and relatively as slow or fast.

Rhythm Scales.

•Metronome

•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breathing Rhythmically
•10 Min

•Absolute-Pitch
•Relative-Pitch
•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breaths Per Minute

•Automatic
•Manual

•Counting
•Subdividing Rudiments

•Slow Breathing - Breaths Per Minute
•Fast Breathing - Breaths Per Second

•Standard Breathing
•Breathing Patterns

•Breathing Tones
•Breathing Rhythms

•Breathing Arpeggios
•Breathing Progressions
•Breathing Rhythms

•BPM To Hertz Conversion

•Manual
•Automatic

•Visualizing Tones
•Breathing Tones

•Vibrato
•Buzz

•Automatic
•Manual

•BPM To Hertz Conversion
•Incorporating All Drum Rudiments
•All Subdivisions
•Any Number

•Metronome

•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breathing Rhythmically
•10 Min

•Absolute-Pitch
•Relative-Pitch
•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breaths Per Minute

•Automatic
•Manual

•Counting
•Subdividing Rudiments

•Slow Breathing - Breaths Per Minute
•Fast Breathing - Breaths Per Second

•Standard Breathing
•Breathing Patterns

•Breathing Tones
•Breathing Rhythms

•Breathing Arpeggios
•Breathing Progressions
•Breathing Rhythms

•BPM To Hertz Conversion

•Manual
•Automatic

•Visualizing Tones
•Breathing Tones

•Vibrato
•Buzz

•Automatic
•Manual

•BPM To Hertz Conversion
•Incorporating All Drum Rudiments
•All Subdivisions
•Any Number

•Absolute-Pitch Perception Is Sonic Auras
•Enter Specific Brain-Wave Perception Level
•Sonic Rainbow Perception
•Similar To Visual Auras
•At The Sonic Level
•Enter Specific Brain-Wave State
•Sonic Aura Perception
•Visual Aura Perception
•Relative-Pitch Is Language - Patterns
•Fluency
•Immersion
•Combination Of Perceptions
•Trained Ear
•Fluency
•Sound Auras
•Visual Auras
•Brain-Wave State
•Enter Specific Brain-Wave State

•Remember, Visualize, Re-Enter
•Brain-Wave State
•When I Listened To
•Absolute-Pitch Sounds
•Micro-Eco-System
•On Gibson Guitar I Used To Own

•Re-Enter Same Brain-Wave State
•Anywhere
•Everywhere

•Sonic Aura Brain-Wave State
•Sound Aura Brain-Wave State

•Similar To Visual Aura Brain-Wave State
•But Sound Not Visual

•Meditative State
•Similar To Visual Aura
•Meditative State
•But Sound

Absolute-Rhythm & Relative Rhythm

Manual
Automatic

Counting
Subdividing

Metronome Training

Frequency Counting

Frequency Perception

Time Keeping

Perception Of Time

Meditation

Breathing

Slow - Standard - Fast

Specific Breathing Rhythms

Specific Breathing Patterns

Brain-Wave Scales

Epsilon - Delta - Theta - Alpha - Beta - Gamma

Rhythm Scales

BPM - Hertz

Time Management

Absolute-Rhythm & Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales

•Metronome

•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breathing Rhythmically
•10 Min

•Absolute-Pitch
•Relative-Pitch
•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breaths Per Minute

•Automatic
•Manual

•Counting
•Subdividing Rudiments

•Slow Breathing - Breaths Per Minute
•Fast Breathing - Breaths Per Second

•Standard Breathing
•Breathing Patterns

•Breathing Tones
•Breathing Rhythms

•Breathing Arpeggios
•Breathing Progressions
•Breathing Rhythms

•BPM To Hertz Conversion

•Manual
•Automatic

•Visualizing Tones
•Breathing Tones

•Vibrato
•Buzz

•Automatic
•Manual

•BPM To Hertz Conversion
•Incorporating All Drum Rudiments
•All Subdivisions
•Any Number

•Manual
•Automatic

•Time-Keeping

•Buzz
•Bounce

•Vibrato

•Counting
•Subdividing

•Metronome

•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breathing Rhythmically
•10 Min

•Absolute-Pitch
•Relative-Pitch
•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breaths Per Minute

•Automatic
•Manual

•Counting
•Subdividing Rudiments

•Slow Breathing - Breaths Per Minute
•Fast Breathing - Breaths Per Second

•Standard Breathing
•Breathing Patterns

•Breathing Tones
•Breathing Rhythms

•Breathing Arpeggios
•Breathing Progressions
•Breathing Rhythms

•BPM To Hertz Conversion

•Manual
•Automatic

•Visualizing Tones
•Breathing Tones

•Vibrato
•Buzz

•Automatic
•Manual

•BPM To Hertz Conversion
•Incorporating All Drum Rudiments
•All Subdivisions
•Any Number

•Absolute-Rhythm & Relative-Rhythm

•Metronome

•BPM - Beats Per Minute
•Hertz - Cycles Per Second

•Manual
•Automatic

•Time-Keeping

•Counting
•Subdivisions
•Drum Rudiments

•Automatic
•Buzz
•Bounce

•Sounding-Out

•Manual
•Counting

•Manual Rhythms
•Automatic Rhythms

•Manual Tones
•Automatic Tones

•Programed Rhythms
•Programmed Tones

•Manual Tones
•Automatic Tones

•Perception Of Precise BPM
•Perception Of Precise Hertz

•Manual Is For-Real For-Real
•Automatic Is Fake - Even If It's Real

•So, There's
•Clueless
•Fake
•Real
•For-Real For-Real

•Time-Keeping
•Before Clocks
•Counting
•Evenly

•Perception Of Time

•Slow
•Standard
•Fast

•Physics
•Relativity
•Time
•Perception

•Rhythm Scales

•Rhythm Is Slow Tone
•Tone Is Fast Rhythm

•Breathing Exercises

•Kumbhaka
•Breaths Per Minute
•Breaths Per Hour
•Breaths Per Day

•Slow Breathing
•Slow Brain-Waves
•Deep Breathing
•Deep Meditation
•Delta Brain-Waves

•Inhalation
•Retention
•Exhalation
•Retention

•4:8:4:8

•Inhalation
•Exhalation
•Retention

4:4:8

•Breath Of Fire
•Breaths Per Second
•Beta Brain-Waves

•Breathing In Tune
•Breathing Rhythmically
•Breathing Musically
•Breathing The 12 Tones

•Breathing Rhythmic Arpeggios

•Meditation
•Yoga
•Pranayama
•Rhythmic Breathing
•Breathing Specific Tones
•Breathing Specific Frequencies
•Breathing Patterns
•Breaths Per Second
•Breaths Per Minute
•Breaths Per Hour
•Synchronizing Breathing Rhythms
•Synchronizing Breathing Tones
•Brain-Wave States
•Beta
•Alpha
•Theta
•Delta

Brain-Wave States And Meditation

I've spent time researching meditation and yoga. In yoga the practice of breathing is called pranayama. To access the brain-wave states in meditation, a technique to use is pranayama. Pranayama involves rhythmic breathing, in the actual sense of patterns of breathing, involving breathing specific rhythms, tones, or frequencies. In other words, specific breathing patterns, to synchronize breathing patterns and brain-wave states. There are four different brain-wave states - beta, alpha, theta, and delta. To access different brain-wave states requires specific rhythmic breathing patterns that vary from breaths per second, breaths per minute, and breaths per hour. Of the spectrum of brain-waves, beta is the highest frequency-range of brain-wave states and delta is the lowest frequency-range of brain-wave states. Each brain-wave state is associated with different phenomena. Beta is the waking state, alpha is associated with relaxation, theta is associated with visual phenomena, and delta is associated with deep meditation phenomena. So, slower, deeper, lower-frequency breathing helps access lower frequency brain-wave states and faster, shallower, higher-frequency breathing helps access higher frequency brain-wave states. So, different breathing patterns access different brain-wave states and phenomena associated with those brain-wave states. Almost like shifting gears. It's simply what human brains are capable of - accessing different brain-wave states. Meditation in combination with knowledge of absolute-pitch and relative-pitch, or tone language, helps to access different and various states of meditation.

•Currently
•My Current Breathing Pattern
•Is Hyper-Ventilation

•Must Slow Breathing
•Breaths Per Day

•Learn All Breathing Patterns
•Learn All Brain-Wave States

Absolute Rhythm & Relative Rhythm - Rhythm Scales

Just as there is absolute-pitch and relative-pitch, there is absolute-rhythm and relative-rhythm.

Rhythm is Tone.  Rhythm is slow tone.  Tone is fast rhythm.

There is slow time and fast time.

It's perception of time.

You can perceive slow time and fast time.

There are frequencies or cycles per second or hertz.

There are rhythms or BPM or BPH or BPD.  Beats per minute, beats per hour, and beats per day.

At 60 BPM, one beat is one second or one hertz.

So rhythm is tone.

Rhythm is slow tone and slow time and tone is fast rhythm and fast time.

It's all about perception.

The slower the rhythm the slower your perception and less resistance.

The faster the rhythm the faster your perception and more resistance.

If rhythm is tone then there are rhythm scales.

So there is a chromatic rhythm scale that is equal to the chromatic tone scale.

If you practice counting out-loud to slow rhythm theoretically your perception of time slows down and it's easier to sub-divide rhythm.

Then you exercise slowly and can theoretically sub-divide fast rhythms into great amounts of numbers and your perception of time alters.

Theoretically one second could be perceived as a year.

One year of one seconds that are equal to one year would mean a year of one second years would be equal to perceiving one year as 30 million years.

Counting out loud slowly and sub-dividing slowly alters your perception of time theoretically because your thoughts match your counting out loud.

It's a matter of proper metronome exercise and altering perception of time and perceiving time absolutely and relatively as slow or fast.

Rhythm Scales.

•Meditation
•Actually Literally Just Sitting
•No Breathing

•Meditation
•10 Min
•Inhale - Exhale - Retention - Repeat
•For 10 Min In A Row
•Inhale - Exhale - 10 Second Retention - Repeat
•Continuous Rhythm
•Exercise
•Increase Retention Time
•Breathing Patterns
•Breaths Per Second
•Breaths Per Minute
•Breaths Per Hour
•Brain-Wave States
•Beta
•Alpha
•Theta
•Delta

•Slow Breathing
•Fast Breathing

•Breathing In Tune
•Breathing Rhythmically
•Breathing Musically
•Breathing The 12 Tones

•Emptiness

•12 Absolute Tones

•All Energy
•All Non-Dualistic
•Transcending Ego

•Neutralize Negative Energies
•With Positive Energies

•Neutralize Natural Energies

•Rest In Emptiness
•Rest In Natural Tones

•Rest In Positive Tones

•Attract Negative Energies
•To Neutralize
•With Positive Energies

•Create Energetic Grooves
•With Breathing Patterns

•At Specific Times
•4:30 AM - 10:00 AM
•Most Urgent

•Kumbhaka

•Brain-Wave Scales

•Gamma
•Beta
•Alpha
•Theta
•Delta
•Epsilon

•Metronome

•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breathing Rhythmically
•10 Min

•Absolute-Pitch
•Relative-Pitch
•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breaths Per Minute

•Automatic
•Manual

•Counting
•Subdividing Rudiments

•Slow Breathing - Breaths Per Minute
•Fast Breathing - Breaths Per Second

•Standard Breathing
•Breathing Patterns

•Breathing Tones
•Breathing Rhythms

•Breathing Arpeggios
•Breathing Progressions
•Breathing Rhythms

•BPM To Hertz Conversion

•Manual
•Automatic

•Visualizing Tones
•Breathing Tones

•Vibrato
•Buzz

•Automatic
•Manual

•BPM To Hertz Conversion
•Incorporating All Drum Rudiments
•All Subdivisions
•Any Number

•Manual
•Automatic

•Time-Keeping

•Buzz
•Bounce

•Vibrato

•Counting
•Subdividing

•Metronome

•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breathing Rhythmically
•10 Min

•Absolute-Pitch
•Relative-Pitch
•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breaths Per Minute

•Automatic
•Manual

•Counting
•Subdividing Rudiments

•Slow Breathing - Breaths Per Minute
•Fast Breathing - Breaths Per Second

•Standard Breathing
•Breathing Patterns

•Breathing Tones
•Breathing Rhythms

•Breathing Arpeggios
•Breathing Progressions
•Breathing Rhythms

•BPM To Hertz Conversion

•Manual
•Automatic

•Visualizing Tones
•Breathing Tones

•Vibrato
•Buzz

•Automatic
•Manual

•BPM To Hertz Conversion
•Incorporating All Drum Rudiments
•All Subdivisions
•Any Number

•Absolute-Pitch Perception Is Sonic Auras
•Enter Specific Brain-Wave Perception Level
•Sonic Rainbow Perception
•Similar To Visual Auras
•At The Sonic Level
•Enter Specific Brain-Wave State
•Sonic Aura Perception
•Visual Aura Perception
•Relative-Pitch Is Language - Patterns
•Fluency
•Immersion
•Combination Of Perceptions
•Trained Ear
•Fluency
•Sound Auras
•Visual Auras
•Brain-Wave State
•Enter Specific Brain-Wave State

•Remember, Visualize, Re-Enter
•Brain-Wave State
•When I Listened To
•Absolute-Pitch Sounds
•Micro-Eco-System
•On Gibson Guitar I Used To Own

•Re-Enter Same Brain-Wave State
•Anywhere
•Everywhere

•Sonic Aura Brain-Wave State
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•Similar To Visual Aura Brain-Wave State
•But Sound Not Visual

•Meditative State
•Similar To Visual Aura
•Meditative State
•But Sound

Re: Absolute-Rhythm & Relative-Rhythm [Re: extrasolar9] #84558
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•Absolute Rhythm & Relative Rhythm - Rhythm Scales - Theory

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•Counting
•Frequency-Counting

•Manual
•Automatic

•Buzz
•Bounce

•Vibrato

•Counting
•Subdividing

•Sub-Divisions

•Any Number

•Perception Of Time

•Counting Out-Loud
•Alters Perception Of Time

•Relativity

•Compatible Relitivity

•Slow - Standard - Fast

•All Rudiments

•Rhythm Scales

•BPM To Hertz

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•Rhythm Scales
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•10 Min

•Absolute-Pitch
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•Breathing Tones
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•Breathing Arpeggios
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•BPM To Hertz Conversion

•Manual
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•Visualizing Tones
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•Vibrato
•Buzz

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•Incorporating All Drum Rudiments
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•10 Min

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•Relative-Rhythm

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•Automatic
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•Slow Breathing - Breaths Per Minute
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•Standard Breathing
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•BPM To Hertz Conversion

•Manual
•Automatic

•Visualizing Tones
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•Vibrato
•Buzz

•Automatic
•Manual

•BPM To Hertz Conversion
•Incorporating All Drum Rudiments
•All Subdivisions
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Manual
Automatic

Absolute-Rhythm & Relative-Rhythm

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•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
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•Breathing Rhythmically
•10 Min

•Absolute-Pitch
•Relative-Pitch
•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breaths Per Minute

•Automatic
•Manual

•Counting
•Subdividing Rudiments

•Slow Breathing - Breaths Per Minute
•Fast Breathing - Breaths Per Second

•Standard Breathing
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•Breathing Rhythms

•BPM To Hertz Conversion

•Manual
•Automatic

•Visualizing Tones
•Breathing Tones

•Vibrato
•Buzz

•Automatic
•Manual

•BPM To Hertz Conversion
•Incorporating All Drum Rudiments
•All Subdivisions
•Any Number

•Manual
•Automatic

•Time-Keeping

•Buzz
•Bounce

•Vibrato

•Counting
•Subdividing

•Metronome

•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breathing Rhythmically
•10 Min

•Absolute-Pitch
•Relative-Pitch
•Absolute-Rhythm
•Relative-Rhythm

•Rhythm Scales
•Brain-Wave Scales

•Breaths Per Minute

•Automatic
•Manual

•Counting
•Subdividing Rudiments

•Slow Breathing - Breaths Per Minute
•Fast Breathing - Breaths Per Second

•Standard Breathing
•Breathing Patterns

•Breathing Tones
•Breathing Rhythms

•Breathing Arpeggios
•Breathing Progressions
•Breathing Rhythms

•BPM To Hertz Conversion

•Manual
•Automatic

•Visualizing Tones
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•Evenly

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•Absolute-Pitch Perception Is Sonic Auras
•Enter Specific Brain-Wave Perception Level
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•Similar To Visual Aura
•Meditative State
•But Sound

•Theory

Absolute Rhythm & Relative Rhythm - Rhythm Scales

Just as there is absolute-pitch and relative-pitch, there is absolute-rhythm and relative-rhythm.

Rhythm is Tone.  Rhythm is slow tone.  Tone is fast rhythm.

There is slow time and fast time.

It's perception of time.

You can perceive slow time and fast time.

There are frequencies or cycles per second or hertz.

There are rhythms or BPM or BPH or BPD.  Beats per minute, beats per hour, and beats per day.

At 60 BPM, one beat is one second or one hertz.

So rhythm is tone.

Rhythm is slow tone and slow time and tone is fast rhythm and fast time.

It's all about perception.

The slower the rhythm the slower your perception and less resistance.

The faster the rhythm the faster your perception and more resistance.

If rhythm is tone then there are rhythm scales.

So there is a chromatic rhythm scale that is equal to the chromatic tone scale.

If you practice counting out-loud to slow rhythm theoretically your perception of time slows down and it's easier to sub-divide rhythm.

Then you exercise slowly and can theoretically sub-divide fast rhythms into great amounts of numbers and your perception of time alters.

Theoretically one second could be perceived as a year.

One year of one seconds that are equal to one year would mean a year of one second years would be equal to perceiving one year as 30 million years.

Counting out loud slowly and sub-dividing slowly alters your perception of time theoretically because your thoughts match your counting out loud.

It's a matter of proper metronome exercise and altering perception of time and perceiving time absolutely and relatively as slow or fast.

Rhythm Scales.

Re: Absolute-Rhythm & Relative-Rhythm [Re: extrasolar9] #84559
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Re: Absolute-Rhythm & Relative-Rhythm [Re: extrasolar9] #84560
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I suppose there is a point to all that? I'm pretty sure I'm missing something behind your bullet points.

So please explain what you think this could be used for?

Alex


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