Have one spectatator seemingly think of any song and simultaneously have another spectator hear it!
The performer brings up two spectators to the stage and seats them facing each other, ten feet apart with their heads down and their eyes closed. The performer moves to the front of the stage and addresses the audience about different types of supernatural phenomena between friends or even complete strangers. He begins his experiment.
The performer comes up to one of the spectators (Mike) and asks him to be aware of all of his senses. He comes up to the other spectator (Fred) and whispers a set of instructions in his ear. The performer let’s some time pass, comes up to the front of the stage and snaps his fingers. He asks the Mike if he heard, felt, smelled, or tasted anything during that time period; he responds he heard something, as the performer asks him to elaborate, Mike explains that he heard a song, but the performer cuts him off short as not too spoil the ending. He moves back to Fred and says publicly to the audience “Fred, I asked you to think of ANY song, isn’t that right”. Fred agrees. Now for the grand finale, Mike is asked what song he has heard, Fred replies that it’s the exact song he was sending–a true miracle!
The DVD contains two killer presentations, each with tips, comments and step by step instructions.
Presentation 1 (one vs. one) – The presentation that was described above. This presentation allows you to seemingly allow one spectator to think of any song and have another one hear that exact song. This is recommended for stage but can be adapted to close-up. What you read in the description is exactly what the audience sees.
Presentation 2 (one vs. audience) – On stage, this presentation is killer. It is one spectator vs. the entire audience. Can be adapted to almost all routines and is exceptionally good for small groups of people.
The DVD is jam packed with instructions on how to fully bring this effect to life.