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5.
Songs that involve a white noise with beeping freequencies that change your mood depending on which one you do it for. It's effective most if you're laying down with no lights and no sounds other than the iDoser. Certain songs cause others to trip while some may not affect you, it depends. You just have to find your right song. It's basically a free and legal drug.
I'm tripping off those i-dosers
by john shepherd April 28, 2007
 
1.
Songs that involve a white noise with beeping freequencies that change your mood depending on which one you do it for. It's effective most if you're laying down with no lights and no sounds other than the iDoser. Certain songs cause others to trip while some may not affect you, it depends. You just have to find your right song. It's basically a free and legal drug.
I'm tripping off those i-dosers, yo.
by john shepherd May 12, 2007
 
2.
A drug music, or white noise, that is projected into someones brain to reproduce the sensations of common drugs, such as heroin, ecstasy, cocaine, marijuana, LSD, and some of their own creatin. Deep puleses and sounds need to be picked up by high performance headphones in order to work.
Idosers are in the form of. Heroin, Ecstasy, LSD, Marijuana, as listed above.
by Ethan1134 November 23, 2007
 
3.
A bunch of sounds, compiled into a torrent, that when listened to for a certain period of time, will make you feel a certain kind of high. There are different versions, for whatever different drug you feel like feeling like you just did...if that makes sense.
I've never done it, but I know people who have.
"Have you ever tried an idoser?"
"Yeah dude it's great!"
by concretekid January 17, 2009
 
4.
Songs that involve a white noise with beeping freequencies that don't do anything because any reaction to it whatsoever happens only because you thought it would. In shorter words, it's a bunch of placebo bullshit.
I think I'm tripping on I-doser, but I'm not because I'm just feeling the placebo effect. Word up, yo.
by MisterSmammi September 27, 2007