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Re: The MRI and Looping: For Ambient & Experimental Music?
Oh yes. No question. I've had several, unfortunately, and earplugs are
standard procedure. Unpleasant when they did my cervical spine (neck) but
almost unbearable when I had my brain scanned - over 40 minutes deep
the damned thing. They don't give you a 'panic' button for nothing!
BTW, I'd love to participate in this list, but all the mail goes to my
box. The only way I ever see anything I write is if someone replies to me.
And If I attempt to start a topic, the message bounces back to my in-box.
It's somehow paralelling my looping experiences- kinda hit & miss w/lots
>From: Travis Hartnett <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: The MRI and Looping: For Ambient & Experimental Music?
>Date: Tue, 6 Dec 2005 17:06:08 -0800
>So are they really bad for your hearing?
>On 12/6/05, David Rolling <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Not for the claustrophobic. I'm no longer elegible as I have a fair
> > of (magnetic) surgical steel in my right arm. The low-tech machines
> > I've experienced were VERY, VERY LOUD. Even with earplugs, it sounded
> > gang of bikers driving around & around inside my skull. I like a good
> > but where's the melody?