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    Re: Music and frequencies: a universal language?

    xylo,

    > Why would the harmonic resonance of different fundamental tones vary in terms of efficiency?

    Harmony and resonance are math divisions or multiples. Like musical octaves, our physical...
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    Re: Music and frequencies: a universal language?

    you can change the frequency using "Audacity" , a free media soft editor and recorder

    https://sourceforge.net/projects/audacity/
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    Re: Music and frequencies: a universal language?

    The sexagesimal system (60) is a babylonian based numbers, that today we still use time clock hours and circular angles (360 g), among others math things.

    This system is naturally capable to be...
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