Scene music is very important for setting the tone and mood of a scene. It can be very evocative, causing the bottom to go where you want them to go. Personally, I find that using music with words can distract the bottom and make them less connected to the scene. But that may be what I want to do with them. But sometimes the lyrics take the one you are with down a path they might not have expected .
Pick something you like, something with a good beat (will help you keep the flogging at a steady pace, which will help your bottom transition to subspace). Make sure that you are familiar with the music though, if you are listening to a cd/mp3 for the first time, you might be hesitant or erratic in your play. Relax. Have fun.
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Here are some of my favorites:
|Soundtrack to Aliens||Evokes fear, spooky and eerie|
|Soundtrack to Warcraft||Good beat, easy to play with, a bit different|
|NIN: Pretty Hate Machine||Primal beat, sweet music|
|Anything by Enigma||Traditional in most dungeons but still good.|
|Anything by Enya||More standard scene music|
What are your favorites? Post below and let me know.