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This company claims it can use sound to "change your mind." I'm not sure I really believe this kind of claim, but this kind of thing's been around for a long time.
Opinions? I've never worked with this kind of sound/technology, but I know of people who do use it for their performance work. But what I want to know is, is this needlessly manipulative?
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