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Sqeezebox Boom
  • alvalv
    Posts: 179
    "Sqeezebox Boom" no not a new technique but the model name of wireless network music player from logitek. I bought this device yesterday to access my music stored on the computer in the bedroom or matter of fact any place where the wireless network reaches.

    Now I can easily play meditative or relaxing music to start the session. When I feel that I am ready then by touch of a button switch to Ravel’s Bolero. The Bolero was famously used in the movie 10 (the music to the love scene - Bo Derek and Dudley Moore)

    The piece has a very simple structure - it consists almost entirely of a single melody, repeated over and over again, orchestrated differently each time, but otherwise unchanging. It begins quietly, with the melody played by a flute over an ostinato rhythm tapped out by a snare drum which continues throughout the piece (for the last few minutes of the work, it is played by two drums in unison): The melody is passed between different instruments, clarinet, bassoon, E-flat clarinet, oboe d'amore, trumpet, saxophone, horn and so on. The accompaniment becomes gradually thicker and louder until the whole orchestra climaxes to full volume the very end.

    Lying on my side and in synchronous to the melody (start of the flute piece) I bear down and let the involuntary contraction and orgasmic shaking make the Aneros auto-fu** me, at the same time my arousal gets amplified by me trying to groan to the rythom of the melody. By the end of the melody cycle there is a short melodic piece in which I relax the bearing down, the Aneros penetrates to its limit, my body shaking stimulates me deep down. There is a cue when the next cycle starts, I need to bear down again trying to keep the Aneros still thereby building up immense tensions, pushing it out as far as it could go, the next cycle start, release the tension start exhaling and groaning “Ahh oohh ...” the next orgasmic cycle starts stronger than the previous, my toes and fingers curling, my body charged up … The last five minutes I am shaking, shouting out of control and finally 15 minutes after the start I collapse into sweaty exhausted quivering heap. Turn around and repeat this time the excitation level is even higher - out of the world

    This seven days after receiving the Aneros (helix and eupho) - Well yes possibly we could call this the squeezebox boom method.

    What is your favorite music while enjoying a Aneros session?
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,265
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    alv,

    You might find my thread Aneros Aural Accompaniment – Wiki Llistings? a useful starting point for your musical odyssey and, incidently, Ravel's 'Bolero' is on the list of recommended listening.
  • alvalv
    Posts: 179
    rumel said:

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    alv,

    You might find my thread Aneros Aural Accompaniment – Wiki Llistings? a useful starting point for your musical odyssey and, incidently, Ravel's 'Bolero' is on the list of recommended listening.



    Thanks - there is a great wealth of information in this forum suppose I need to use the search facility more often.
  • MartyB
    Posts: 80
    Thank you avl and rumel, I decided to incorporate music into my sessions after reading avl's post and now have some great ideas to get me started.

    There is a service online that lets you listen to any song once for free! www.lala.comThen if you add the song to your collection you can listen to it as many times as you want. They give you 25 song credits (1 credit per song) to add songs to your collection. Credits costs $0.10 after you use up your initial 25 if you want more.

    I don't think you even need to sign up to listed!

    “Bolero” by Maurice Ravel
    Songs by Steven Halpern

    From Llewellyn's Tanric Sexuality album:
    Tantra 1 - Llewellyn
    Tantra 2 - Llewellyn
    Tantra 3 - Llewellyn
    Tantra 4 - Llewellyn

    Just to name a few.
  • alvalv
    Posts: 179
    'Lala' only works if you have US IP address.

    I use bittorrent ( http://www.vuce.com ) and http://thepiratebay.org/ as search engine