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neurodiverse-adulthood · 2 months ago
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Sensory self-injury alternatives
Any distraction from the desire to hurt yourself is ideal. 
But as a mentally ill psych major with a history of self-injury, I know it’s not that simple. Sometimes you know you won’t make it through the night without feeling some pain, doing some damage, or seeing blood/wounds. Well you can still get those without relapsing on your progress-- here are 50+ sensory alternatives to self-injury that could bring you the catharsis you need!
I list them alongside which senses they stimulate: visual, tactile, kinesthetic. To find the right stim quickly, hit CTRL + F to search and then type in the sense you’re looking to stimulate. 
CW: long post, talk about self-harm/wanting to, talk about blood, talk about blood imagery, links to blood imagery (none shown in the post)
By the way, I’m proud of you. I’m proud of however long it’s been since you last harmed. Three seconds? Three years? I’m proud of you. Even if you’ve relapsed on long hard progress. It’s hard not to harm, and any amount of time you spend not doing it is a big deal. Sincerely, someone who has been clean for just under 1 year as of this being posted.
A) Water methods
Tactile. Place ice on the spot you want to injure. Place a towel underneath. Sit there and let the sensation sink in. 
Tactile, kinesthetic. Place an ice cube in your mouth. Let it sit there or carefully suck/chew it, and pay attention to the sensation. 
Tactile, visual. When in a safe mood, drip some red food dye into some water, pour the water into an ice cube tray, and place it in the freezer. Then do the first ice method over a sink or tub instead of with a towel underneath. Remember that red stains easily, so take care when using these. 
Tactile. Take a very hot shower or bath. Be careful that the water is not so hot that it will cause burns, and do not spend too much time in it. It should just be hotter than desirable and sting somewhat.
Tactile. Take a very cold shower or bath. Be careful that the water is not so cold that it will burn, frostbite, or freeze you to death; and do not spend too much time in it. It should just be colder than desirable and sting somewhat. 
Tactile, kinesthetic. Take a cup of ice cubes with you to a bathroom that has a tub or shower. Throw the cubes hard onto the floor of the tub/shower so that they shatter upon impact. 
Visual. Use a washable marker or washable paint to draw the wounds you want to make on your skin. Then rinse it off in the sink, shower, or tub. 
Visual. Paint your nails a red or blood color. Then wash the polish off in the sink, shower, or tub. 
B) Painful sensation (w/out water) methods
Kinesthetic. Slide a rubber band around the fingers of the hands that want to make wounds. Flex your fingers in and out, stretching and contracting the rubber band repeatedly. Notice the fatigue and burning in your finger muscles after awhile
Tactile, kinesthetic. Aim a rubber band toward the area you want to hurt. Pull it back no more than 4 inches. Release it and allow it to sting the area a bit, paying attention to the feeling. If the area begins to redden, choose a different location. 
Tactile, kinesthetic. Clap your hands together. Take special notice of the stringing sensation. 
Tactile. Take a plastic bottle cap. Press it onto the area you want to hurt so that it stings a bit and leaves an indentation but doesn’t turn red or break skin. Hold it down for no more than 10 seconds at a time. Give each indentation a 1-minute break before you press into it again. Focus on the stinging sensation. 
Kinesthetic. Go for a run or bike ride if you are able, taking special notice of the burning in your legs and chest. 
Kinesthetic. Repeatedly lift some weights or heavy objects for awhile if you are able, taking care to do it in proper form so as not to permanently mess up your back or joints. Pay attention to the burning in your arms and other muscles. 
Tactile. Take an ice pack and press it into the spot you want to hurt. Pay close attention to the stinging sensation
Visual, tactile, kinesthetic. See my trichotillomania, dermatillomania, and excoriation tags
C) Mouth methods
Tactile, kinesthetic. Take a tough piece of chewelry and use your teeth to do to it whatever you want to do to yourself. 
Tactile, kinesthetic. Take a plastic bottle cap and carefully destroy it with your teeth. Chew that shit up. 
Tactile, kinesthetic. Take a plastic or silicone straw and carefully destroy it with your teeth. 
Tactile, kinesthetic. Chew some gum. Feel free to be exceptionally violent about it. Pretend it’s your tongue. 
Tactile, kinesthetic. Place an ice cube in your mouth. Let it sit there or carefully suck on it or chew it up, and pay attention to the sensation. 
Tactile. Have an icy cold drink. Drink it quickly. Focus on the brain freeze and how it feels.
D) Artistic methods
Visual, kinesthetic. Go to this website. Click and drag to make red cuts. The faster you drag, the thicker the cut, and the more it will bleed. It works on mobile and on desktop. 
Visual, tactile, kinesthetic. Draw the body part you want to harm, use an existing template of one, or save/take an image of the actual body part. Draw the damage you want to do to that body part on the drawing instead. Make use of different mediums or brushes. Look up what the damage looks like for reference if you want, but not if you’re sensitive to gore. 
Visual, tactile, kinesthetic. Take a pen or marker (a red/orange one if you want the visual of blood, though it may only show so well on different skin tones). Carefully draw the damage you want to do to yourself on the body part instead of actually inflicting it. 
Visual, kinesthetic. Draw some representation of your problems. Drip red liquid onto it in a sink or bathtub, as red stains easily. Ideas for red liquid: dyed water, melted wax, colored glue, paint, dye, fake blood capsules, red jam/jelly, or fake blood recipes
Visual, kinesthetic. Especially good if you’re an SFX makeup artist. Apply SFX makeup, liquid latex, or liquid band-aid to the area you want to hurt and make it look like a realistic wound
Visual. Use a washable marker or washable paint to draw the wounds you want to make on your skin. Then rinse it off in the sink, shower, or tub
Visual. Paint your nails a red or blood color. Then wash the polish off in the sink, shower, or tub
Visual, kinesthetic. Fingerpaint using red paint. Let it get all over your hands as you paint whatever you want-- consider painting wounds or representations of you problems
Kinesthetic. Carve some wood or do another medium that involves cutting/carving. Consider making it into a representation of your problems or something that makes you happy. 
Visual, tactile, kinesthetic. See my trichotillomania, dermatillomania, and excoriation tags
E) Tearing and hitting methods
Kinesthetic. Take a piece of cardboard. Draw some representation of your problems on it first if you want. Then just shred or punch that shit. 
Kinesthetic. Take a piece of paper or old magazine/newspaper. Draw some representation of your problems on it if you want. Then just tear that shit up. 
Kinesthetic. Take something dispensable made of rubber or silicone. Tear it up, cut into it, claw it to pieces, whatever you please. The nice part is that silicone somewhat emulates the feel of flesh. 
Kinesthetic. Take an eraser. Tear it up, cut into it, claw it to pieces, whatever you please. The nice part is that eraser somewhat emulates the feel of flesh. 
Kinesthetic. Take a pillow or stuffed animal. Tape a piece of paper with a representation of your problems onto it if you want. Punch it. 
Visual, kinesthetic. Get a jelly donut. Rip it open. Stare at the jelly oozing out. Then eat the donut. 
Tactile, kinesthetic. Get some playdoh and knead it so that it’s spread out a bit but not too thin. Then rip, claw, or cut into it to your heart’s content. Do to it what you want to do to your own body. Bonus points if the dough is a similar color to your skin. 
Visual. If you’re desiring to burn yourself, instead carefully burn cardboard, paper, or wood in a safe outdoor setting with the means to put out the fire at a moment’s notice. Draw a representation or you or your problems on it first if you want. Be aware of fire safety. 
Visual, tactile, kinesthetic. See my trichotillomania, dermatillomania, and excoriation tags
F) Picking, peeling, and pulling methods
Tactile, kinesthetic. Take a silicone brushie. Pour some glitter onto it. Pick the glitter particles out from between the bristles. 
Kinesthetic. Take any rock, plastic toy, or small handheld item. Cover it with stickers, tape, and/or paint. Pick and peel every last bit of the stickers/tape/paint and its adhesive off the surface, under warm water if needed. 
Tactile, kinesthetic. Take a silicone brushie, spiky ball, or similar item. Pluck at the bristles, even plucking them clean off if it helps. 
Tactile, kinesthetic. Take a peelable fruit or vegetable like an orange. Peel it, being extra destructive about it. Eat or save it. 
Tactile, kinesthetic. Take a fruit of vegetable like an apple, potato, cucumber, or carrot. Take a knife or peeler and peel it. Eat or save the scraps. 
Tactile, kinesthetic. Cover the part you want to hurt in a coat or two of regular glue. Let it dry. Pick and peel away the glue. 
Tactile, kinesthetic. Obtain some crayons. Peel off the wrappers. Then consider melting the crayons down for the following method.
Tactile, kinesthetic. Take a rock or similar item, preferably one with lots of holes or grooves (e.g. lava rock/pumice stone). Cover it with hot wax, hot glue, liquid latex/rubber, paint, or a few coats of regular glue. Allow to dry/cool. Then pick and peel it away. 
Tactile, kinesthetic. Obtain a piece of fur, furry cloth, or pipe cleaner. Pull out the fur. 
Tactile, kinesthetic. Take a silicone brushie. Pour some glue onto it-- any kind is fine because no glue will permanently adhere to silicone. Allow to dry. Pick and peel away the glue.
Tactile, kinesthetic. Place small strips of regular tape over the area you want to hurt, then peel them off. 
Visual, kinesthetic. Especially good if you’re an SFX makeup artist. Apply SFX makeup, liquid latex, or liquid band-aid to the area you want to hurt, making it look like a realistic wound if you want. Let it dry, then pick/peel it away. 
Visual, tactile, kinesthetic. Pour a little bit of regular glue into a bowl. Add red food dye and stir until it resembles blood. Cover the part you want to hurt in it, let it dry, and then pick and peel it way. Be careful, as red stains very easily and doesn’t come out. 
Kinesthetic. Paint your nails (perhaps even with red polish). Let it dry, then pick off the polish. 
Tactile, kinesthetic. Invest in a tough piece of chewelry with high surface area. Pick, cut, and tear at it. The silicone emulates the feeling of flesh
Tactile, kinesthetic. Brush a pet as you usually would: gently. Then be violent about pulling the fur/hair out of the brush
Visual, tactile, kinesthetic. See my trichotillomania, dermatillomania, and excoriation tags
G) I Am Looking methods
Don’t do these if seeing blood imagery or gore is upsetting for you! Use these if seeing blood would be cathartic, not to trigger yourself!
Visual. Check out this list of 70+ stims that look like (but aren’t real) blood. Some are realistic
Visual. Check out this list of actual/realistic blood gifs and images. Some are scientific, some are just edgy, and others are artistic. 
Visual, kinesthetic. Look up how to draw blood. Practice if you want to. 
Visual. Look up injuries and wounds. Especially in the area you want to hurt on yourself
Visual, kinesthetic. Go to this website. Click and drag to make red cuts. The faster you drag, the thicker the cut, and the more it will bleed. It works on mobile and on desktop.  
Visual, kinesthetic. Heat up some red crayons and watch them melt. Play with it using a popsicle stick or something. Consider using it for Section F, #7. 
Visual. Type in some text in Bloody font. 
Visual. Drop some red food dye into water, pour into an ice cube tray, and allow to freeze. Then take them out, set them on a plate, and watch them melt. Use heat to speed up the process if desired.
Visual. Make fake blood, then play with it and put it on your skin if you want. Be careful, as red stains very easily and doesn’t come out.
Visual, kinesthetic. Especially good if you’re an SFX makeup artist. Apply SFX makeup and liquid latex to the spot you want to hurt to emulate a realistic wound. Stare at it for awhile. 
Visual, tactile, kinesthetic. Pour a little bit of regular glue into a bowl. Add red food dye and stir until it resembles blood. Cover the part you want to hurt in a coat or two of it, then let it dry. Be careful, as red stains very easily and doesn’t come out.
Visual. Place band-aids on the places you want to hurt or wrap them up with gauze. 
Visual. Apply some red liquid (dyed water, colored glue, paint, dye, fake blood capsules, red jam/jelly, or fake blood recipes) to the place you want to hurt, then wrap it in gauze and let the liquid soak through. Be careful, as red stains very easily and doesn’t come out. 
Visual, kinesthetic. Get a jelly donut. Rip it open. Stare at the jelly oozing out. Then eat the donut
Visual. Watch a nature documentary, especially one about carnivores, or look up carnivores hunting and eating
Visual. View footage of fruits/vegetables being peeled. Here is a collection of some
Visual. View footage of food being grated. Here is a collection of some
Visual. View footage of meat being cut or prepared, especially raw meat. Here is a collection of some. Consider watching cooking shows too, especially with Gordan Ramsay yelling at people
Visual, tactile, kinesthetic. See my trichotillomania, dermatillomania, and excoriation tags
H) Bonus: some music
“Talking to Myself” by Watsky
“Baby Don’t Cut” by Bmike
“A Sadness Runs Through Him” by The Hoosiers
“Are You Satisfied?” by Marina
“Please Don’t Cut” by MikelWJ
“Your Love (Deja Vu)” by Glass Animals
“Animal I Have Become” by Three Days Grace
“Bullet” by Hollywood Undead
“Historic Cemetery” by The Front Bottoms
“Hold On” by Chord Overstreet
“Her Last Words” by Courtney Parker
“Ugly” by Nicole Dollanganger
“Interlude IV” by Zach Callison
“Never Too Late” by Three Days Grace
“Sleep” by Flatsound
“help” by Pink Guy
“Don’t Jump” by Tokio Hotel
“Such Small Hands” and “Nobody, Not Even the Rain” by La Dispute
“Youth” by Daughter
“Don’t You Dare Forget The Sun” by Get Scared
“Be Nice To Me” by The Front Bottoms
“So Cold” by Ben Cocks
“Drowning” by The Eden Project
“Because of You” by Demi Lovato
“Echo” by AmaLee and dj-Jo
“Let You Down” by NF
“Honestly (Encore)” by Gabbie Hannah
“Oh No” by Marina
“Santa Monica” by The Front Bottoms
“I Found” by Amber Runs
“Breathe Me” by Sia
“My Heart Goes Bum Bum Bum” by Flatsound
“Warrior Concerto” by 
“You Said Okay” by Flatsound
“Dear Diary” parts 1 and 2 by MikelWJ
“a deer mistaking candles for headlights” by Crywank
All of Crywank’s music
“Waking Dream” by Natalie Walker
“Life” by Lil Peep
“Pigeon” by Cavetown
“Swimming Pool” by The Front Bottoms
“King” by XXXTENTACION
“Thistle and Weeds” by Mumford and Sons
“$ting” by The Neighborhood
“No Lies, Just Love” by Bright Eyes
“Anywhere But Here” by Mayday Parade
“Runs in the Family” by Amanda Palmer
“Orca” by Until The Ribbon Breaks
“Gomenasai” by t.a.T.u.
“Under the Knife” by Icon For Hire
Stay safe and I hope these help! You are loved, and you deserve to be happy and free from harm! ;;
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youallruinmylife · a month ago
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Does anyone have advice for learning Spanish with an auditory processing disorder? I feel like I know what I’m doing in our homework because I have the time to check and double check my answers. But in class I always choke. Which is so annoying because I really do feel like I know what I’m doing on homework. But then I go in to class and I know nothing.
Replies are appreciated!
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blindcandyboo · a month ago
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New Oc! She's one of Skittles friends! (And mother figure)
Ok, so, basically this is the Auditor, but not evil, made of Electricity, and got cute devil horns
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umbrellanumber5 · 10 months ago
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I mean really 😆✌🏼
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thelonelyrainbowenby · 6 months ago
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Mt. Wolf makes the most ethereal music. I can feel it from my head to my toes. When I want to close my eyes and get lost in sound, I turn to them. As an autistic, I experience music more deeply than a neurotypical person would, and the emotions and shivers elicited from the first few notes of any of their songs feel like floating up a huge wave in the ocean. I just wanted to give them a shoutout because their music is so stimmy!
Who are your favorite bands to stim to?
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neurodiverse-adulthood · 5 months ago
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D&D DIY stimming
Here’s a humble list of DND-themed stim tools you can make at a low cost. :> 
... Well... some of them get pricier, but lots are poor-friendly! 
If you’d like to use dice in these but don’t have any, here are a few places to get dice cheap:
- One (mystery set) - Two (as little as $3.50 USD for a set, shipping excluded) - Three ($5 USD and under, sets and singles) - Four ($5 USD and under, sets and singles)
You don’t need to credit me if you make/post any, since they’re mostly existing stims modified to be DND-themed, but I would LOVE it if you tagged me! I want to see how they turn out and if I was helpful! :> 
Happy stimming!
Long post below, but not image-heavy
A) The Potion Bottle
Get a clean empty bottle (clear if you want visual component)
Put dice, dried rice/beans, beads, figurines, water/oil/glue/glitter, etc. inside. I don’t suggest putting glitter or liquid inside if you ever want to take the contents out, and don’t put rice/beans in liquid.
Put on the lid/cap. You should glue it shut if (a) you have glitter/liquid in there and/or (b) you won’t be taking the contents out
Draw/paint on the outside if desired. Consider drawing kobolds or orcs or hellhounds or eldritch magic!
Enjoy stimmy bottle for auditory, tactile, and maybe visual stimming!
Pro tip: emptied cosmetic or medicine bottles (with the labels removed) make for a nice small version of this that can fit a few dice depending on the size
B) The Potion Jar
Do the thing from above (The Potion Bottle) but using a jar or a cup that has a lid!
Enjoy stimmy jar for auditory, tactile, and maybe visual stimming!
C) Bag of Stimming
Get a bag big enough to fit some dice inside (clear if you want a visual component)
Put some dice, dried rice/beans, beads, figurines, etc. inside. I recommend leaving some space so you can squeeze and shift the contents. Don’t put glitter or liquid inside unless (a) the bag is not porous (no holes and is air-tight) and (b) you won’t be taking the contents out.
Tie the bag shut-- not too tight if you ever want to take the contents out, but air-tight if you put liquid inside
Draw/paint on the outside if desired. Consider drawing dogfolk or fierbolgs or rodentia or artificer tinkering tools!
Enjoy stimmy bag for tactile, maybe visual, and maybe auditory stimming!
D) Balloon of Stimming 
Do the thing from above (Bag of Stimming), but use a balloon instead. This can add to the tactile stimming if you like the texture of the balloon and may also be easier or cheaper!
Enjoy stimmy balloon ball for tactile, maybe visual, and maybe auditory stimming!
E) Tablet of Texture
Obtain a silicone trivet or silicone brush pad
Draw a DND-themed outline onto it. Consider drawing a simple dragon or a tabaxi or a tiefling or a sigil! If you can’t draw to your satisfaction, consider printing and making a little cut-out of the shape and then tracing it onto the trivet
Make sure there is a good spot for a hole if there isn’t a hole, then cut out your shape. Trim edges smooth as needed
Puncture a hole if there isn’t one
Put on a keyring (perhaps on your... Handheld Toolbelt?)
Enjoy DND texture friend for tactile and maybe visual stimming!
Bonus: if you use a silicone brush pad, you might pour some glitter or glue onto it to pick off
F) Handheld Toolbelt
Get a keychain. Put important keys on it if you have any
Attach DND-themed charms if desired
Add stimmy charms like squishies (see L: Cushy Companion), mini plushies, bead rings, Tablet of Texture (above), shakers, dice, chainmaille, etc
Enjoy stimmy “toolbelt” for tactile, visual, and auditory stimming + functionality!
G) Magic Wand
Obtain two rubber bands
Take a DND-themed object that you are willing to partially destroy
Put a hole in the object just larger than the diameter of a pencil. Drilling would be best
Slide one rubber band onto a pencil
Slide your DND-themed object(s) onto the pencil
Slide the other rubber band after the object so that the object is in between the rubber bands
Enjoy magic wand that you can spin for tactile and visual stimming + functionality!
H) Slab of Stimming
Obtain some clay. Doesn’t have to be anything fancy
Cut a square/whatever that will fit easily in your hand. Have it be thick enough that it won’t be brittle and break easily, but it should be thin enough that it won’t be too bulky or conspicuous (unless you’re fine with that!) 
Draw or press whatever DND designs you want onto the surface. Consider, for example, etching in a furred DND creature and pressing brush bristles into the clay to add texture. Or drawing a rudimentary elder sign and just poking lots of shallow holes in it
Dry the clay. You may have to bake it, let it harden, or apply something depending on the type and brand of clay you got. Check the box 
Paint it if desired
Glaze and/or add a finish if desired and available 
Enjoy stimmy texture slab for tactile stimming!
I) Fidget Friend
Do everything for the Slab of Stimming (above), except shape the clay as a 2D or 3D DND creature/item instead, maybe even etching in features like eyes and scales
Enjoy textured friend for tactile stimming!
J) Spawn Sidekick/symbol
Obtain beads and string, maybe also wire
Use kandi templates/instructions or your own ingenuity to make DND-themed objects and creatures
Enjoy stimmy friend/symbol for tactile and maybe visual stimming!
L) Cushy Companion
Follow instructions to make squishies (a)(b)(c)(d)(e)
Make DND things: characters, creatures, items, symbols 
Attach a clip if desired for transportation
Enjoy squishy whatever you make for tactile stimming!
M) Squishy Spellbook
Follow instructions to make a squishy notebook
Make it look like a DND spellbook by drawing on the fabric and cutting/arranging pieces of felt accordingly
... or design it with other DND themes! Get creative. You can stack pieces of felt for a little 3D effect 
Enjoy squishy book for tactile and maybe visual stimming!
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pickledwombat · 8 months ago
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why do we use the basic words for the five senses, the sciencey words are such a step up in coolness. Observe:
sight = visual system
hearing = auditory system
smell = olfactory system
taste = gustatory system
touch = somatosensory system
they are all clearly upgrades why do we not use them
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deadricprinceofkush · 6 months ago
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Friends, And Delusions
If you have friends who suffer with persecutory delusions due to drug use, You may be confused when deciding to go along with what your friend is saying; or let them know it’s not realistic. Always remember! Do not reason, argue, or challenge the delusion!  The best thing you can do for your friend is let them know they’re safe and in good hands, let them know it’s okay to talk about what they’re feeling; verbalize feelings of anxiety, fear, and insecurity. You are always in control, And stick by your friends; they may need you.
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quagmatv · 3 months ago
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Me, comfused: why is the air screaming
Me, a second later: oh yeah. Tinnitus.
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mandi-189 · 2 months ago
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So, I sometimes get auditory overload and decided to draw how it feels. If you like it and want to see me do another type of feeling or emotion, message me and I'll see what I can do. 😋
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*original artwork*
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silentsilversilk · 6 months ago
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Notsy's stimming playlist
Not-Seen (Notsy for short) is my autistic OC who stims through music with strong beats. This playlist contains mostly electropop& voiceless music, but there are also other genres and fully voiced songs.
All tracks go with description about additional noises/voice, BPM rate and so on.
Classical electro:
Portwave – Shadow Lady | medium-speed to slow beats, not so noisy
plenka – Closed | slow to medium-speed beats, additional noise: whirring, beating
superkomfort – Last Disco | fast beats, not so much additional noise
Harry101UK – Reconstructing Ambience | fast beats, few weak additional noises, very unnatural and electronic
LXST CXNTURY – Odium | medium-speed to slow beats, additional noise: voice, mechanical whirring
МЫ – Полярная звезда (MY – Polyarnaya Zvezda) | slow to medium-speed beats, voiced, weak mechanical noise
WHITE KATANA – VALKYRIE | slow beats, weaker noise (drums, additional beats line)
Nigel Stanford – Cymatics | slow beats, some additional noises (mechanical whirring), BPM rate gets higher to the end (drum+electronic beats)
Mujuice – DampDemo | slow beats, weak noises, strong noise in the middle and in the end of track (mechanical whirring)
Others:
YOSHUMIDZU – KYOTO | medium-speed beats (strings, drums), constant noises
Exyl & Dalux – Nice Logo | slow to medium-speed beats, strings and drums, pretty much noisy
Molchat Doma – Клетка (Kletka) | medium-speed beats, strong drum beats, strings, voice
UNKNOWNBEATS – TENSHI /W CUR$E | medium-speed beats, stings and flute, a little noisy
Noize MC – 26.04 | fast beats, not so noisy
LITTLE BIG (contains songs of Russian band Little Big; genres: rave)
Little Big – Rave On | classical electronic beats, medium-speed BPM; warning: contains curse words in English/Russian; video contains intense flashing
Little Big – Rave In Peace (In Memory of Keith Flint) | very noisy, fast beats
Little Big – Voice of Hell | high-speed beats
DZA (contains tracks of Russian dj SashaDZA, genre: electropop)
DZA – Cat Bug | medium-speed beats, many additional noises
DZA – Surrender | slow beats, strong constant noise
DZA – Cat Song | medium-speed beats, different additional noises throughout the track
DZA – Finger Snaps | fast and medium-speed beats, weak noises
DZA – Bullet Time | fast beats, many additional lines of noise
DZA, NON, Mujuice – Bullseye (Dizz1 Instrumental) | slow weak beats, strong noises
DZA – Red Worm | medium-speed to fast beats, constant low noise
MR. KITTY (contains songs of Mr. Kitty; genre: synthpop)
Mr.Kitty – Child of the Earth | fast beats, not so much noisy
Mr.Kitty – Rain | medium-speed strong beats, not much noisy
Mr.Kitty – Evaporating Sun | medium-speed beats, medium noise
2GARIN BEATS (contains tracks of Russian composer 2garin beats; genre: electropop)
2garin beats – Red Hat | pretty chill beats (85 BPM), kinda relaxing. Not so much noisy
2garin beats – Mood | medium-speed beats (148 BPM), few weak additional noises
2garin beats – Evil Snake | medium-speed beats (150 BPM), strong additional noises
MOTHER MOTHER (contains songs of Canadian band Mother Mother; genre: indie rock)
Mother Mother – Infinitesimal | fast to medium-speed strong beats (strings+drum), additional noise – voice, strings
Mother Mother – Hayloft | medium-speed to very fast beats, BPM changes throughout the song
Mother Mother – No Culture | fast to medium-speed beats (drums+strings), additional noise: voice
Mother Mother – Oleander | medium-speed to slow beats (strings, drums)
BEEPA PAPASA (contains tracks from Russian composer beepa papasa; genre: electropop)
beepa papasa – it's my birthday tomorrow | medium-speed beats, few additional noises
beepa papasa – ya like stars?? | fast to medium-speed beats, few additional noises
beepa papasa – dead cleaning lady | charming melody with slow beats, not so noisy
Noisy tracks:
LIL VER$IO GOD – AKATSUKI GANG FT. 10BARS | slow beats with LOTS of additional noise, voiced
Kraddy – No Comply | noisy song with slow main beat line
Crim3s – Still Goin | medium-speed to fast beats, INTENSE additional noise and screams
Dada Life – Happy Violence (Vocal Version) | medium-speed beats, voiced, pretty noisy, high notes, BPM and register go up in the middle of the song (electronic, drum beats)
Camellia – Dance on the Mars | slow to fast electronic beats, medium constant noise
MGMT – Little Dark Age | slow beats, additional mechanical noise, voice, faster beats line
Camellia – shadows of cats | fast beats, pretty noisy
Memo Boy, Chakra Efendi – Insomniac | VERY fast drums beating at the start, medium-speed to fast beats, additional noises: voice, string, drums
Vocaloid songs:
Ia – Cyber Thunder Cider [MMD VOCALOID 2013] | very high BPM rate, pretty noisy
ALIACELI – L'azur | fast beats, many additional noise (strings/drums, voice); warning: VERY high note in the middle, can be painful
ALIACELI – Kiwi | fast beats, weak additional noise
コン feat. IA, IA ROCKS – Donten no Kage ni | medium-speed to fast beats, additional noises: bass guitar, strings, drums, bells
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rockandrollbuckaro · 7 months ago
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sorry but youtube needs to deal with their captions better, i’m not a member of the deaf community but i have a auditory processing disorder (courtesy of my adhd) and i have to have captions on so i can keep my volume low so i don’t get panic attacks from the loud noise.
i get that the creators are in charge of adding and translating captions if they want but youtube auto-translates them on its own. they do a terrible job.
so from me and everyone else with noise issues or hearing loss, youtube do better with captions.
this has been my angry rant, thank you.
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ilikevintagebooks · 12 months ago
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The Labyrinth
The Hydropathic Encyclopedia 1857
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tepot · a year ago
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The Unpersuadables: Adventures with the Enemies of Science by Will Storr (2014)
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