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  • November 25, 2013 at 7:50 am #0
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    11/25/2013 at 7:50 am


    Thought I’d pass along something I have been doing for the past few months.

    This allows me to customize delivery of subliminals to whoever is logged on to the computer.

    I use two programs to run a audio player at logon and to make it run hidden. Unless your target is pretty tech-savvy or you accidentally create an audible file this will remain pretty well hidden and automagically shutoff when that person logs off. this allows me to run subs I want to hear when I am logged on, and different ones for my wife, or even different ones for each of my children.

    Disclaimer: I have only done this with Windows 7 Professional and Ultimate, but XP, 8 and Home versions “should” work too if you have different user profiles setup.

    The two programs are nircmd and mpg123



    I use the Startup folder in the Windows profile and place a shortcut to a batch file in a folder on the hard drive. It doesn’t matter what the folder name is or the batch file name is, but I do name it something that seems innocuous like “Windows Security Scanner” just in case she ever decides to go hunting through folders. This is where the technical proficiency of your target is critical. My wife can do ebay, amazon, Wal Mart.com and craig’s list and some things on email (only because they are all related to shopping) but gets a glazed over look in her eyes if I try to show her anything else). So be careful.

    I have the downloads from both of those programs in that folder as well as my subs and a text file with a list of files to be played. Again here, name all this things (batch file, mp3 files, list files) something innocuous that won’t invoke suspicion.

    Let’s say for example…

    The folder is :


    The batch filename is :

    subctrl.cmd     or subctrl.bat     …your choice

    The list filename is :


    The contents of the list file are :

    C:subctrlHisHappinessHusband-track 1.mp3

    The contents of the batch file are :

    nircmd.exe exec hide “c:subctrlmpg123.exe” -@ list.txt –loop -1

    What the above does is run the program nircmd.exe telling it to execute the program c:subctrlmpg123.exe hidden with no cmd prompt box or other visible interface. It continues by using the text file list.txt as the input of what files to play. It loops the play until logged off or shutdown and the “-1” tells it to loop infinitely.

    Some smart cookie is probably going to notice that I have a LOT of files in my list. And I’ll admit that some of them are + minutes with a large number of affirmations.

    This kind f flies in the face of much of the talk on the boards here about being very focused. My reasoning is that I wanted to see a bit of a “whole person change” with a number of things that I felt should happen if she had the right attitude. Say, if she loved me then sex would be the natural outcome, and if she loved the kids, being a nurturing mother was the natural outcome and loving me means she loves the kids because their mine and she know how important they are to me so being kind is good, and keeping a clean home so the kids are in a healthy environment, and teaching them rules, and showing more respect to me so they know to respect me….etc…etc…so you see where I was going. Everything is connected.

    Some of this may be why my result, after an initial early success, took quite a while. But, I honestly am beginning to think the whole thing, ALL of the files are becoming a part of her personality

    I am doing mostly customs but I really think Sub Wife and His Happiness are essential and I like to wording of the affirmation so I’ll not tinker with those.

    You’ll notice I have a custom that goes VERY heavy on BJ’s. I also use two others that feature general sex but emphasize BJS. they are the C&S files.

    Then I have what I consider my ACE in the hole. This is my “all in one” file. This is the one I developed a while back when we began debating whether or not to use
    “God” references in the subliminals.  I decides to and I think they work out well. This one not only deals with sex but sets expectations on how t treat the kids, treat me with respect, be clean and keep the house, be budget conscious….pretty much like what it says…”all in one”.

    I hope some of you guys can find this tip useful.

    Posts: 616
    11/25/2013 at 11:45 am

    Interesting tip! Thanks for sharing!

    Posts: 28
    11/26/2013 at 3:36 am

    Good heads up man!

    Posts: 49
    12/09/2013 at 4:49 am

    Very nice trick.


    Posts: 28
    01/19/2014 at 3:39 am

    hey man, probably overlooked something simple, but i can’t seems to get this to work on Win7 (home) 64bit, all i get is cmd opening for a split second and shutting off, tried adding something audible into the list to no avail, I tried several versions, perhaps you’d be willing to link the files you used successfully, i hate to ask but this would be really nice to have (sweet sweet automation :P )


    Posts: 133
    02/07/2014 at 4:11 am

    Sorry this took so long, but I use Windows 7 Pro 64bit not Home versions.
    I can’t think of a reason why they wouldn’t work unless there is something going on with your Antivirus software.

    The download links still appear to be good.

    Some things to check:
    ALL files should be in the c:subctrl folder or whatever you named that folder.

      That means :
      ALL the mp3 files to be simple (If you put them sound files somewhere else you need to change the paths in list.txt)

    The shoutcut to c:subctrlsubctrl.cmd should be placed in the target user’s Startup folder

      In Win7Pro this is: C:UsersUSERNAMEAppDataRoamingMicrosoftWindowsStart MenuProgramsStartup

    It’s imperative to get the hyphens right on the cmd command line

      There is only 1 hyphen in front of the @ sign
      2 hyphens in front of the loop command
      1 hyphen in front of the number 1 that is after the loop command

    Posts: 28
    02/07/2014 at 9:26 pm

    Hmmm well it could be as silly as i made the file .bat as opposed to .cmd, one thing i’d like to clarify with you, did your dist of mpg123 have a /bin/ folder? could be i have to wrong windows port, but as far as i can tell it’s the latest x64 version. thus i have the list file along with copies of everything in subctrl/bin/ if that makes any sense, rewrote the paths in the bat file, so don’t think it’s that, haven’t put anything audible back in to test it, but i haven’t noticed the faint static noise from silents when i’ve tested it…

    Long ramble short, thanks man for clarifying a bit, certain i can get it working right now

    Posts: 133
    02/08/2014 at 10:00 pm

    I’m pretty for sure I used the 32bit dist

    The files from the mpg123 dist are placed in the following folders:




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