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The Rocket Thruster Method using the AUM Audio Mixer

While experimenting with some previous settings from the AUFX:PEAKQ and the AUFX:PUSH apps, I realized I needed to adjust some settings. I went back and reanalyzed them. I wanted something low and relaxing sounding yet powerful enough to clear MY mind as quick as possible.

While experimenting with some previous settings from the AUFX:PEAKQ and the AUFX:PUSH apps, I realized I needed to adjust some settings. I went back and reanalyzed them. I wanted something low and relaxing sounding yet powerful enough to clear MY mind as quick as possible. I became inspired again and remembered the more filters the better because that means MY mind would become clearer faster filtering OUT unwanted valence signals and cognitive dissonance/excess BEM. However, YOU have to use the right filters in the right place in addition to the right combination of ramp down sawtooth waves at the right frequencies.

This method uses a combination of high-shelf, low-shelf, peak definition, and band pass filters all using the Q and LFO’s (local frequency oscillators) appropriately. When setting up this method YOU also want a variation in the ramp down sawtooth waveforms going at slightly different rates such as one at 20000 HZ  and another at 19900 HZ. If they were operating at the same frequency they would not disintegrate cognitive dissonance/excess BEM as quick. The difference creates more ramp down sawtooth waves basically. YOU will also see in “WoodLofier” two different LFO’s vibrating at a rate of 400 and 350 HZ.

In “apeFilter” YOU will see 72 different filters set up with each Q with enough gain to interrogate the waveforms going across the scope. YOU will also want to set up “apeFilter” separately, by itself, with an LFO assigned to each CC and channel instead of the CC and channel itself so the settings will not be changed separately. This is the other reason why it is important to use a DAW (digital audio workstation) because each app that is connected via Inter-App connectivity can have its settings saved within the DAW so they will not be changed. If YOUR settings happen to change, when YOU open up AUM Audio Mixer, for some odd reason do not worry the settings have already been saved. If the sound is too loud at first adjust the system volume on YOUR smartphone to a more comfortable setting. If the method and settings are too complex YOU can simply use “TB-Morphit” with “The Oscillator“.

* Remember if YOU are going to use this method make sure YOU choose between using Loopy HD or The Oscillator. Do not have both running on YOUR smartphone.

If YOU have any questions DM ME on Twitter at @jamin_chavez or email ME at jaminchavez@pphccompass.com

By Jamin Chavez Director & Owner

Jamin Chavez is an Army Veteran where he served as an Equal Opportunity Leader, Instructor, and Patriot Missile System Technician. He is the Owner and Director of PPHC Compass Publisher and the PPHC Compass Publisher Bookstore. He has a Bachelors of Science degree in Computer Science and has a Masters degree in Information Management Technology.

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