Would it be considered instrumental music since it sounds like a horn?
Would it be considered incense or a sweet smelling aroma?
Because there is no approved example, direct command, or necessary inference that Paul ever farted in an assembly, would that make it wrong?
I believe that the Bible authorizes farting.
Ken...what is your feelings on this topic?
IF you (and few do) know that church is A School (only) of the Word (only) of Christ in the Prophets and Apostles, then you might as well do that as anything in most pseudo assemblies. As a matter of fact, I suspect that there is a huge group of untapped (and undergassed) people out there. And in the words of the hireling-changelings and their unlawful defenders, WHY SHOULD WE PREVENT people who love methane and sulfur from WORSHIPPING WITH US.
Normally, we would suggest that those who Add Aromatherapy as an ACT of worship would have the uncommon decency to go buy an OSHA-approved house but, HAY, it's a lot cheaper just to STEAL the church house of widows (they gonna die anyway).
As a matter of fact we know that the serpent in the garden was, according to Christ, Lucifer the singing and harp playing prostitute. He always takes the women first. And Christ in Isaiah 33 and Revelation says that the MARKS of God driving His enemies into "hell" are the same wind, string and percussion instruments Lucifer brought with him/her/it when cast as PROFANE (the halal praise word) out of heaven.
On the other hand, while farting might sow discord we don't really have any evidence that God plans to NOT "cast alive into the lake of fire" those who MAKE noise which produces the effect of Fight, Flight or Sexual arousal.
Since you have farting on your mind, check with the band of gay Troubadours who wandered from coast to coast claiming that they "will do ANYTHING" to save more soul. I would give you an even shot at heaven while the ABSOLUTE mark or religious music and musicians is always associated with burning up the innocents. Let us know: you could get on Pepperdine's 2013 workshop: Christ in Ezekiel said that the prophesiers (musicians) attend the workshops to "steal words from one another."