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Quote from: Lumaza on July 18, 2015, 07:50:46 You guys don't need a extra card of any kind unless you plan on creating a number of other programs yourself. The card it comes with has plenty of room on it. I have not only the programs that comes with it and some I made myself, but I have also purchased 2 other full sized "Albums" from Neurotronics and I still don't have a separate/extra SD card. Just saying! My initial purchase of just the machine along with the sessions it came with were enough to keep me busy for a couple of years. Sure you can use Lax-edit for creating more sessions/programs if you would like to. But why don't you just get used to what's on it first. Scott (Slider), all the info you need to make your own session(s) can be found in the manual. Do some experimenting. That's half the fun of the machine!
Quote from: Javier on July 18, 2015, 08:11:11LumazaAre right , but unfortunately in my case is the only way to add new content to Laxman . Because as you will see in the capture, I always get that error message , regardless of the PC on which you connect . I am resigned addition is not a critical issue for me, otherwise I am very satisfied.
Quote from: drexal on July 18, 2015, 14:09:58Hi Lumaza,Understand what you are saying and there is loads of stuff preinstalled on the machine and i've been impressed with the stuff I've heard so far. However i have a huge collection of music which i would love to use with the laxman. Its all ambient / meditation stuff and it will take me way over the preinstalled 1GB so i just wanted to get it on there as quickly as possible as some of the stuff I have, I absolutely love listening too even before I had a meditation machine such as the Laxman.Now i have the Laxman i really want to try it out on it.
Quote from: Lumaza on July 18, 2015, 19:03:14 I use my I-pod whenever I use a musical accompaniment with the Laxman. That way I can write a simple program/session, then test it with various Binaural Beats, Isochronic Tones, Hemi Sync or any kind of other meditation music, etc.. This works out great and never uses up my internal card.
Quote from: groh1 on September 22, 2016, 19:13:11I was wondering if Lion or someone else would have both the shorter version of L #3 ANDThe hour long version...If yes, Please e-mail it to me...Thanks!