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Topic: Dan Ghost - InTunes
Message: Posted by: Angel1998 (Jul 9, 2013 11:38PM)
I just read the pdf. It's easy to do but very powerful haha I love this effect. Nice job Dan "Ghost" in writing this and thanks to Amira for publishing this wonderful mentalism effect to the world !

I have SwipeIt by José and learnt some of that ebook but I don't like that ebook so much than InTunes. I belive this effect will rock the world of "iPhone mentalism" effects. I will perform this effect everytime I can borrow a iPhone from spectators. Overall, awersome ebook with awesome teaching. I think I want to see more effects from Dan Ghost and more ebooks from Amira.

P/S: I think you (Amirá or Dan) should make a private little performance for this effect. This video will make the readers feel more comfortable in performing and learning It's just my thought
Cheers,
Kenny

Link for the ebook: http://danghostintunes.blogspot.com/
Message: Posted by: Dan Ghost (Jul 11, 2013 11:06AM)
Kenny,

Thanks for your kind words. I look forward to hearing how inTunes plays for you. Re: Video. Unfortunately, it's fair to say that I have a face most suited to eBooks.

Regards,

Dan
Message: Posted by: Miguel Abril (Jul 14, 2013 09:49AM)
I also have InTunes. I've been playing around one week with it.

Nowadays when you do something magic with your phone, everyone thinks that you have an special app or gimmicked phone that does everything for you. That's why I stopped doing magic with my phone. But InTunes is different, all it's done with spectator's phone, totally impromptu, without apps and easy to do.

It can fit all kind of mentalists and presentations, ranging from the ones with supernatural powers to the funny ones. This is "the trick" to do when someone asks you to do something and you are "naked" with no props.


The best part is the price. $9.99 for this powerfull method is a bargain. It works on all models of iPhone and iOS. Even on iOS 7 (with a little variation that I've came up. I'll contribute it and I hope Dan Ghost and Pablo can include it for all purchasers).

Greetings from Spain!
Message: Posted by: Amirá (Jul 14, 2013 09:42PM)
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On 2013-07-14 10:49, Miguel Abril wrote:
I also have InTunes. I've been playing around one week with it.

Nowadays when you do something magic with your phone, everyone thinks that you have an special app or gimmicked phone that does everything for you. That's why I stopped doing magic with my phone. But InTunes is different, all it's done with spectator's phone, totally impromptu, without apps and easy to do.

It can fit all kind of mentalists and presentations, ranging from the ones with supernatural powers to the funny ones. This is "the trick" to do when someone asks you to do something and you are "naked" with no props.


The best part is the price. $9.99 for this powerfull method is a bargain. It works on all models of iPhone and iOS. Even on iOS 7 (with a little variation that I've came up. I'll contribute it and I hope Dan Ghost and Pablo can include it for all purchasers).

Greetings from Spain!
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Thanks Miguel for your feedback and contribution!

I will add yours and Art´s contribution to a supplement and send it to all purchasers in a moment ;)

So now "InTunes" will include not only the original routine, but also a version for Android AND a version for the future iOS7.

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Message: Posted by: Angel1998 (Jul 15, 2013 09:11PM)
Yes, I just received and read the supplement The InTunes is for both Android and iOS now ! That's good. Pablo is very generous when sends to purchaser the supplement for free. It's time for me to practice and perform InTunes for spectators with their Android Phone. I hope you guys will enjoy, like and perform the InTunes with Android.

Kenny
Message: Posted by: bond19 (Jul 17, 2013 07:52AM)
Does the performer need to be holding or partially holding the phone when the spectator makes their song selection?? This single fact will determine if I will purchase this effect.
Message: Posted by: Amirá (Jul 17, 2013 09:36AM)
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On 2013-07-15 22:11, Angel1998 wrote:
Yes, I just received and read the supplement The InTunes is for both Android and iOS now ! That's good. Pablo is very generous when sends to purchaser the supplement for free. It's time for me to practice and perform InTunes for spectators with their Android Phone. I hope you guys will enjoy, like and perform the InTunes with Android.

Kenny
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Thanks Kenny for your words :) . Hope that you can enjoy your performances of this routine and gain confidence, as we chat on the Skype Session ;)


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On 2013-07-17 08:52, bond19 wrote:
Does the performer need to be holding or partially holding the phone when the spectator makes their song selection?? This single fact will determine if I will purchase this effect.
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bond19 , isn't necessary. The method used in "InTunes" allows you to create a hands off procedure at the selection moment.

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Message: Posted by: Gregory57 (Jul 18, 2013 04:21PM)
I received a review copy of InTunes, but wanted to first perform the routine before commenting, since I liked the handling but wasn't sure how the effect would be perceived, magic vs technology. Well, the spectator reaction was great. The handling is not at all difficult and I would say it's not something that will be perceived as a function of the technology, in other words an app. Just to be clear, I'm not saying this is an app, it's not. Bottom line, great effect, with the potential for other presentations and since you can always find someone with an iPhone, you will always have the opportunity to perform.
Message: Posted by: Amirá (Jul 20, 2013 05:27PM)
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On 2013-07-18 17:21, Gregory57 wrote:
I received a review copy of InTunes, but wanted to first perform the routine before commenting, since I liked the handling but wasn't sure how the effect would be perceived, magic vs technology. Well, the spectator reaction was great. The handling is not at all difficult and I would say it's not something that will be perceived as a function of the technology, in other words an app. Just to be clear, I'm not saying this is an app, it's not. Bottom line, great effect, with the potential for other presentations and since you can always find someone with an iPhone, you will always have the opportunity to perform.
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Thanks Gregory57 for your feedback.
Glad that you found that "InTunes" isn't feels like to you or the audience as an "iphone trick", rather a great routine that approaches iDevices as an incidental prop.

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Message: Posted by: Slim King (Jul 20, 2013 05:59PM)
Is there a video? I'm interested too!!!!
Message: Posted by: Angel1998 (Jul 21, 2013 02:37AM)
I wish I could see that video too but Dan doesn't make a video for it :(
Message: Posted by: Dan Ghost (Jul 21, 2013 10:38AM)
Bond19. The answer is NO. InTunes was created to ensure the spectator alone was holding their phone when the selection is made. They do have to make their selection 'blind', but the routine/ script provided perfectly jusifies all the handling requirements.

Slim. A performer of your considerable experience would have absolutely no problems learning the effect from an eBook :)
Message: Posted by: Slim King (Jul 21, 2013 09:17PM)
Thanks for your confidence ... but I'm really a slow learner .. really!!!!
Let's find out!!! :dancing:
Message: Posted by: Amirá (Jul 23, 2013 10:35AM)
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On 2013-07-21 22:17, Slim King wrote:
Thanks for your confidence ... but I'm really a slow learner .. really!!!!
Let's find out!!! :dancing:
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Let us know your experiencies with this routine Slim

InTunesAMBO
;)


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Message: Posted by: Mark_Chandaue (Jul 24, 2013 03:14PM)
I have this and it is really good and works exceptionally well but iOS 6.1.3 seems to have the same drawback as OS7 (those that have read the supplement will know the drawback I mean but just in case all I will say is transition flash). I do have a work around which I will send to Amira for possible inclusion in a future supplement.

Mark
Message: Posted by: Dan Ghost (Jul 25, 2013 01:42AM)
Mark,

Thanks for buying inTunes. I hope you enjoy performing it.

Please send your handling to Amira. We are always very interested (and grateful) for any subtlties which add to this project.

In my own personal experience, the 'transition flash' has never caused any suspicion in the spectator (none that has been brought to my attention, anyway). They are far too focused on actually seeing if the performer's prediction is correct to really register the slight discrepancy (which last only a fraction of a second). Also, as I wrote in the 'method' section of the eBook, very few people are aware of the little 'IOS quirk' on which inTunes relies, making any flash inconsequencial. BUT, I really do appreciate any suggestions that would improve inTunes. So, again, I look forward to benefiting from your handling suggestion.

Regards,

Dan
Message: Posted by: Mark_Chandaue (Jul 25, 2013 05:22PM)
I must admit I was called on the flash and that's why I developed my handling. I've sent it to Amira I just hope I explained it well enough.

Mark
Message: Posted by: Amirá (Aug 22, 2014 11:37AM)
An announcement: We lowered the price of this eBook to just $9.99 !

A definitive technique for natural mindreading with any borrowed smartphone at a great price.

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Message: Posted by: Sean Giles (Aug 23, 2014 03:08AM)
You've lowered it back to its original price. Was the flash issue ever resolved?

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Sean
Message: Posted by: Amirá (Aug 23, 2014 11:39AM)
[quote]On Aug 23, 2014, Sean Giles wrote:
You've lowered it back to its original price. Was the flash issue ever resolved?

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Sean [/quote]

Hi Sean. I am sure that if you realize that small issue due firmware limitation, you can create a way to not having it.
I have done it in the past without a problem.


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