Citation: Brad. "Gritty Music and Lots of Eye Candy: An Experience with 4-AcO-DMT & DiPT (exp112893)". Erowid.org. Feb 9, 2019. erowid.org/exp/112893
DiPT in Psilacetin
For some reason I was drawn to DiPT. It's auditory effect was what made it seem a truly novel compound without any equivalent. I had heard it's auditory effects to be unpleasant by some, but these reports were anecdotal. From a friend who also experiments with research chemicals, I had heard that the effect was kind of an added trip to more visual compounds--like 4-aco-DMT. I put 25mgs of Psilacetin (4-aco-DMT) in a capsule and topped it off with 35mgs of DiPT, I swallowed the capsule and the effects were quite strong within an hour or two.
I had been told by my research guide to listen to music while the DiPT is working. I'd read that music can sound awful on this stuff--maybe it's what you listen to that makes the difference. I chose Slayer, music meant to sound horrific, and I had a fine time. I might have touched +++ at one point since the memory track of this period escapes me but for changing Slayer albums and playing the largely silent Super Metroid. The 4-aco making the old 16-bit visuals really pop, but it was very dreamlike and almost as if I weren't in complete control. With such a heavy dose of tryptamines, its no small wonder.
One thing about DiPT that isn't noted, its tough to sleep after. 4-aco-DMT is quite sedative, but DiPT seems to overpower it, and a few mgs of Etizolam was in order just to relax a bit. Not jittery or difficult, but quite insomniac in nature. DiPT keeps me up all night like an LSD trip does. Tapping away online while the world sleeps...in closing. Rough and gritty music sounds fine on DiPT, and 4-aco-DMT gave it whole blurry ride a lot of eye candy. The trip wasn't all the enlightening, but I WAS pounding Slayer for hours, maybe set and setting were set aside a bit.
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