h a l f b a k e r y
Alas, poor spelling!
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auditorily interact with your environment by listening to
the background noise created by your computer, the
refrigerator, the heating system and tinnitus and pull
chords out of it so that you can hear progressions of chords.
dont know if I am saying that the right way, but its
in my world. When its quiet except for all of that
noise, all the notes are present, and you can think different
chords and they come out of the background. I think you are
just hearing them inside your head but you are creating
the real world and there should be some way to record or
amplify them. Not sure how to say it other than that.
Now that I think about it, the fan in the space heater may be
an important part of this.
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||I understand what you're talking about.
Our minds tune-out background noise and yours has figured out how to selectively un-block real sounds which correspond to the music in your head.
||Can you also hear voices?
||//I think you are not just hearing them inside your head but you are creating them in the real world// I think you are creating them in your head from real-world sounds, by filtering. Audio processing should be able to do the same thing - selectively filter out noise that didn't contribute toward a given chord.
||This sounds like the auditory equivalent of seeing
whatever you want to see in the "snow" on a TV that
isn't receiving a signal.