Soundtracks for Demonic Operations


#1

I’m sure, as it is with me, so must it be with many of you. The music I play for background ambiance changes according to the energy I intend to cultivate and work with.
Thought this would make a great thread - share some suggestions and such.
Well - there’s this track I had of this really eerie traintrack sound
"bu-bump shhhhhhhkt ba-bump shhhhhhkt"
yeah, kinda like that :stuck_out_tongue:
I thought it was this one album but I totally goofed. Anyway - when I find it I’ll post it. heh
But another one that’s pretty cool is “Astral Boarder” by Oxyd - on a low roar, even though some of it is kinda hyped, it makes for a good dark ops soundtrack - at least in my opinion.
So yeah - share your tracks, meditation mixes, specifically those used in your darker operations since those are the one’s that are harder to find. It seems you can get a million “light meditation” tracks but the darker more ambient tracks are tougher to find.


#2

Lustmord’s, “The Dark Places of the Earth”. That is a good one for a dark ambient backdrop. Great to listen too in the dark to contemplate strange ideas. Very abyss like, alien and atmospheric. No rhythms as such, but eerie and dark but with some semi-industrial noises. I always thought it would work well for darker operations. Haven’t heard much else of this artist but I’ve heard he has some other good stuff as well.


#3

Hi DKM great thread - a girl’s gonna learn a few things here!.. I’m gonna check out the Lustmond cd, VirdonDjinn! I’m a bit of an electronica nut myself (yeah, you’re right that most of it is not terrif for magick). The old TrancePort mix (Paul Oakenfold) is one I return to again & again, And believe it or not, a couple of track from Daft Punk’s “Tron” cd. I also love E Nomine, but I turn it down low to keep the lyrics from distracting me. :wink: Z


#4

“Tangier” by Medusa Cyclone. I’ve seen it applied quite fittingly to a tour of Detroit’s ghetto:

A Tour Of Detroit’s Ghetto


#5

i’ve used this in a few of my operations and it works really well i’ve used it that often that when i play the song alone i can sense the darkness thicken around me waiting to be given its command The Serpent - Ksiazki - Music Meditation.flv


#6

Ambient or techno works well for me.

http://youtu.be/IhGTsTa8z14


#7

I’ve never used music for the purpose of creating a dark ambient mood during ritual. If its a good mood that I’m seeking before ritual I listen to Reggae, specifically Morgan Heritage “Don’t Haffi Dread” live version. Raggae has a great pulse for inducing a trance like state. Especially if there are long instrumental sections or vamps. The 4.5 beats per second is a loose rule for generating trance like states. By loose I mean you can stimulate trance by playing 16th not pulses at 68 bpm, eighth note pulses at 135 bpm or quarter note pulses at 270 bpm. Each one of those simulates the 4.5 bps that lines up with your brain waves to induce trance. The most common is 135! Oh shit, I just went all music nerd on you guys, sorry. Download a free metronome and get used to the tempos and pulses. You’ll be able to recognize songs that are exploiting your trance triggers.


#8

excellent tracks


#9

I don’t use music for demonic evocation, but I do sing the folk ballad “O Death” before baneful magic. The best is to climb up on the ridge so it echo’s back to me.


#10

@Zach 555…

Your comment …

“, I just went all music nerd on you guys, sorry. Download a free metronome and get used to the tempos and pulses. You’ll be able to recognize songs that are exploiting your trance triggers.”

Actually, this is exactly what Frank Sinatra did for all those years…he created the beat that would be considered induction with hypnosis on just the right beat…and then if you listen to his phrasing, you can tell he used a loud to soft stacato wording beat to emphasize pulling you into the wording…I do not know where he learned this technique, but he was a Master at using it.

Maxx


#11

Ooh, Zach! I love it when you go all ‘music nerd’ :wink:

I have a meditation cd I’ve been using off & on since the late 90s. Remember Manhattan Transfer? Layne Redmond did a cd called “Chanting the Chakras” and of all the music I’ve tried, that one is my stand-by. I always return to it.

I don’t know if it fits the criteria you’re describing or not, but that music can rebalance me & realign me NO MATTER WHAT!

Check it out! :wink: Z


#12

If you guys have not checked out Haitian Voudon ritual drumming then I highly recommend you do so. I posted a couple of links on the cool music thread a while back. I’d post them here but I’m stuck with just a smart phone for the next week and that would be a little too time consuming to figure out.
Also anything Afro-Cuban or aftobeat will have similar tempos and trance inducing drum tracks.

Maxx, Sinatra was such a legit singer his phrasing is what makes it. Those who haven’t, check out his live recordings with the Count Basie Big Band. A master vocalist with a master band leader and killin musicians to back them up.


#13

[quote=“ZachD555, post:12, topic:173”]If you guys have not checked out Haitian Voudon ritual drumming then I highly recommend you do so. I posted a couple of links on the cool music thread a while back. I’d post them here but I’m stuck with just a smart phone for the next week and that would be a little too time consuming to figure out.
Also anything Afro-Cuban or aftobeat will have similar tempos and trance inducing drum tracks.

Maxx, Sinatra was such a legit singer his phrasing is what makes it. Those who haven’t, check out his live recordings with the Count Basie Big Band. A master vocalist with a master band leader and killin musicians to back them up.[/quote]

Zach I have a fair bit of music for Petro (vodou) rites and Palo Mayombe. Play it ever so often.


#14

LOL really??? The one you can hear at “Oh Brother, where art thou”???
I love that song!!


#15

LOL really??? The one you can hear at “Oh Brother, where art thou”???
I love that song!![/quote]

That’s the one, no one sings it like Ralph Stanley. :slight_smile: It’s been around much longer than the movie.

Ralph Stanley - Oh Death


#16

Cloud9

I’ll be checking out those groups you’ve listed as soon as my Internet is back up. I need more voodoo drumming in my life!


#17

Kyra I love that Tangier track - it sounds very much like the Isochronic Tone stimulation i use when I am meditating down in ritual. I get that same thing where my throat chakra lights up and really buzzes as soon as i hear a little of the music. So I would guess as you say Zach its making use of that deliberately. I dont know why its allways my throat Chakra buzzes first?


#18

I wonder if the song you were listening to was in the key of D or Dmi. The pitch D is a direct division of the light frequency blue which corresponds to your throat charkra. You could just be feeling that pitch hitting your throat.


#19

@ZachD55…Good thought…Lately I have been incorporating the corresponding notes to my chakra meditations…It works well…


#20

Yes it does work well. I’ve used the traditional C major scale to work with my chakras. Although it sounds right to our ears, and singing the leading tone for the crown chakra has an undeniable effect, I propose a different scale altogether. The notes G A Bb C D Eb E have a direct correspondance to the colors Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet. I’ve searched through hundreds of scales and debated this scale with other music theory nerds and so far it’s held up as a new scale. Although I do not know how accurate our current color association is with the chakras. So visualizing Red and singing the pitch G may be a complete waste of time if the Root chakra is tuned to pink or G#. I know for a scientific fact that light, sound and brain waves are direct ratios. Meaning that when you keep doubling a brainwave it will eventually produce a soundwave and then a light wave. So sound and light waves are harmonic overtones of brain waves. Thoughts?