Internal Metronome

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  1. Dorian_Gray

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    I think my internal metronome is broken. It's like it can't keep time anymore, although I've never had any sense of time, just a keen sense on beat and pitch. At certain times music seems faster, and just more "sped up" I guess, then at other times it sounds like I'm listening to something thats been "chopped n' screwed". I don't know if its just my mind saying to me that I need to speed up or that I need something to focus on or the opposite; that I need to slow down and give it a break for awhile. The things that roll through my thoughts all the time, I think would overwhelm some people. Anyone else experienced this? This frightens me sometimes because music is a VERY large part of my whole thought process. It focuses my thoughts; it helps to narrow the thought highway. Thats why I listen to a lot of Jack Johnson. His music is so simple, clean, and yet still so complex. It's an odd thing to describe, but as always I try to convey my exact thoughts on the subj.
     
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    I sing along to everything so something like that would drive me crazy
     
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    LOL... I wish I could say I was on them to explain that effect.
     
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