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  • June 13, 2016 at 9:46 am #0
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    06/13/2016 at 9:46 am

    Yesterday my wife was not feeling good and spent the most of her day in bed with one of her headaches. Sinuses – that time of year again. When I went to bed, she was feeling better and wanted to stay up for a while. That was to be a lifesaver for me. I had set up a tablet long a go on my bed side table and had it playing subliminals for her. She just ignored it, one of my toys again. Nice. It is plugged in and plays all the time. works quite well. I decided to change some programs for remote access so I could make changes from the living room and not wake her. I also changed a couple subliminals when I went to bed so she would get them whenever she came to bed. I woke up later and heard a voice reciting my prep for hypnosis script! I woke up instantly and checked if she was there. Thankfully I was alone. I grabbed the tablet and got it stopped then cleared TJ Player and shut off the unit. Why was it doing that? I never did before. Voice a full volume, not a squeak. Well, I got up and my wife was sound asleep on the couch. Talk about relieved. I later got on my laptop where all my work on subliminals is done and spare time is wasted and found out I had the audio from Text Aloud named very similar to the final sub and in the wrong directory. That was deleted very quickly from the laptop, flash drive, and tablet. Later, after she had gone to bed, I had trouble with the remote program. She came out of the bedroom and asked my why the tablet was talking? PANIC!!! All I needed was that script paying again. But I had redone TJ Player and thought I had checked it. But it turned out it was a website that plays an audio ad. Heart could start again. I cleared it up (lots of open windows) and got it back on the proper track. I guess that remote program will have to go.
    But the lesson learned in all this is TEST TEST TEST and TEST AGAIN!!!! I do now. I hate to think what could have happened if she had heard that audio file playing. I could be in a world of hurt about now.

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    06/13/2016 at 10:21 am

    Good lesson thanks for sharing. I’m glad this worked out for you!

    Soon I plan to release the first Subliminal MP3 Player APP for testing. This new Player will work on a local machine, in web browser.

    I’m also working on mobile devices like tablets…

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    06/13/2016 at 7:30 pm

    Definitely a close call!

    I’m glad it worked out OK in the end.

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    06/18/2016 at 11:31 pm

    Yes I always test my subliminals before putting them in use. Also, I would suggest deleting the .wav files from text aloud after making them. There’s not a really a point in keeping them around after you made the silent.

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    07/01/2016 at 9:57 am

    I really need one for a Kindle. My wife only uses her Kindle and pretty much nothing else, so I need to get subliminals on the Kindle. I don’t want to play them over my PC or over a speaker system for everyone to be affected. Our kids are around pretty much all the time. Including there often ends up a kid in the bed many nights, so on the Kindle with her earphones in is pretty much the only safe way.

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