The sound therapy differs in time and treatment, each patient is individually treated. Some will be relaxing, others will be submitted to energising or even disturbing therapy.
1. Aqua Elise: an acoustic treatment made by two toy music instruments driven by water power. One bass shaker is mounted under the bed.
2. Falung Song: a edited video of Falung Gong meditation is placed under the bed, and a hole is made in the mattress with a Chinese’s Buddha chant machine that plays Buddhist loops on headphones, one bass shaker is mounted under the bed.
3. Hot Shaking: a bed treated with an electrical blanket and a massage machine is controlled by sound via light organ, AEG takes body sounds and two bass shaker are mounted under the bed, a sound track of of 70ts porno is on headphones.
4. Digital See: ventilators and sanding machines, mounted under the bed are controlled by different sound channels via light organ, plus a stroboscope and a soundtrack on the headphones.
5. Riders on the storm: a video loop is placed under the bed and a hole is made in the mattress one sanding machine is mounted under the bed controlled by sound.
6. Smith & Wickham: four sine waves of varying amplitudes are played simultaneously with a combination of pink, white and brown noise. The selection of the specific frequencies is made in consultation with the doctor and is based upon the Indo-Tibetan theory of vadacakra.
7. Raplapla: a 14-channel , audiotactile installation in wich the body becomes a resonator, from within wich the patient, lying on a hammock, hears prerecorded sounds played by a computer system.
Patients had mixed feelings about the therapy. For example: “a nice twinkling sound massage- first feeling like a typewriter medicine, then as being a victim of acid rain drilling through my bones and at the end the entire body being washed”.