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Old 02-03-2016, 06:17 PM
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I see that this thread hasn't been updated in more than 2 years. Has anyone posted a concise, effective method for brainwave dyes? I'd love to give this a try but am struggling to get through 75 pages of posts here.
Did you read the very first post on this thread?
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Old 02-03-2016, 08:54 PM
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From Dec 2012, yes. I should have been more clear with my question. Is this still the best practice for achieving brainwaves? I've seen a LOT of good examples online and recognize that it takes time and practice. Was just wondering if there were shared technique updates in the past couple years.
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That's about as clear and concise as you are likely to find.

I imagine that everyone doing brainwaves is doing some kind of variation of that technique, with various different materials and other tweaks and nuances. But mostly when someone discovers something that works really well, they aren't apt to share.

Also, steps won't always translate to reproducible results anyway - there is talent involved. No step by step is going to get you results like Jeff Ash.

Just start with the basics here and mess around till you find something that works for you. You have to be able to commit to wasting a few discs as testers to get good at any sort of tye dye technique.
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