It’s possible to encode messages in tracks without anybody noticing.
Krzysztof Szczypiorski from the University of Technology in Poland has developed a new method that lets producers hide messages in trance music. The method works by varying the tempo in ways that are too subtle for the human ear to perceive. Read the whole rundown on MIT Technology Review.
This leads to several questions: Are trance anthems actually just ways for spies to communicate? What messages are hidden in trance classics like Paul Van Dyk’s “Seven Ways”? The answers are out there…
Go deep into the intelligent side of trance with this piece by Pictureplane and EB editor Daniel Jones.