Creating your own (Hypnotic) Content

Creating Audio Content

When creating audio content, I’ll start the outline in WorkFlowy, export the OPML then hang ideas on it in Evernote, then record in Audacity using my AudioTechnica 2020USB+, my Sony MDR-7506 headphones or my Rode Lavalier GO Lapel mic before uploading the audio to Soundgasm for hosting and then creating a direct link on my website. If it’s a podcast Episode, I’ll upload it to Anchor instead. I keep local copies of all audios and production files backed up in ARQ ($50, once off), configured to a local backup drive and also cloud storage and I test my backups monthly.  

Creating Brainwashing Content

I talk in more detail about this HERE.

Images  - For downloading content to incorporate into brainwashing image slideshows, I use the Firefox Extension Downthemall or JDownloader to grab image sets from imagefap around a particular theme, then caption them with a paid account (no watermark) on IMGFLIP ($4, per month), then load them into FLIPFLIP for brainwashing sessions. 

Audio - I'll create the script in WorkFlowy, develop it in Evernote, record and edit out the background noise in Audacity, then upload it to Soundgasm.
Video - I'll use Movavi to edit video, then throw it up on a home built Plex Media Server so I can push it seamlessly to any room in the house, or online.
VR - I'll use the latest version of the SessionMaker for the Mind Melting Machine ($20, once off) to bring in written, image and audio content I've previously created myself then wirelessly push it to my Oculus Go for use. 

Resources for Content Creation

Audio Editing Software - Allows for Mass Transcoding of Audio with a GUI - Allows exporting to MP3
Flash Cards for Brainwashing Slideshows - Extremely useful for constructing brainwashing slidesets and imprinting conditioning mantras and slave positions.
Virtual Reality - For sideloading apps into VR Headsets.

Text-to-Speech - software to convert Text into Computerised Speech.