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    Default Music at 432Hz

    Why is music at 432Hz so important?

    432hz vibrates on the principals of the golden mean PHI and unifies the properties of light, time, space, matter, gravity and magnetism with biology, the DNA code and consciousness.

    432hz Natural Tuning has profound effects on consciousness and also on the cellular level of our bodies.

    By retuning musical instruments and using concert pitch at 432 hertz instead of 440 hertz, your atoms and DNA starts to resonate in harmony with the PHI spiral of nature.
    The best way to experience the 432hz difference is by listening...




    Can you feel how you are subconsciously responding to this track?
    432 relaxes you then 440 tenses you up and 432 brings you back into harmony.

    Many people from all walks of life have described similar perceptions over their individual experience of the two pitches.

    440hz concert pitch is centred in the mind whereas 432hz concert pitch is centred in the heart.
    Some people who are not able to distinguish the 8hz difference, claim they can feel 432hz warmer due to the longer wavelength.

    In either case, all agree that there are positive results in the listening experience at 432hz. Extremely agitated individuals have been observed to physically relax their breath and bodies at the instant 432hz is presented to them.

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    Sound and music consist of vibrations, the more vibrations per second, the higher the pitch. The unit for this is the Hertz, abbreviated Hz.

    432 Hz is the natural "keynote" in the universe, as opposed to 440 Hz, which is the standard in the music nowadays.

    In 1939, they say, the Nazis determined 440 Hz as the keynote in the music, until then 432 Hz was the standard often worldwide. Many protests of prominent musicians didn't help unfortunately. This theory is rather controversial.


    According to other sources, in 1885 already has been decided that 440 Hz had to be the standard, and around 1940 the United States then introduced 440 Hz worldwide, and finally in 1955 became the ISO 16-standard.


    Most musical instruments are also adjusted at 440 Hz nowadays, that wasn't earlier always the fact. If you find musical instruments from much earlier times, and nowadays in still distant areas on Earth, these instruments are adjusted at 432 Hz.


    What are the advantages of 432 Hz above 440 Hz? 432 Hz is, in according to many music lovers, nicer for hearing, is softer, brighter and more beautiful than 440 Hz.

    At 432 Hz there's just hearing damage at a much louder volume than at 440 Hz, there are indications for this. That should be scientifically investigated further.


    432 Hz is likely more favourable for the chakras too. 440 Hz seems to work at the third eye chakra, "the thinking", while 432 Hz seems to work at the heart chakra, "the feeling". Listening to music in 432 Hz therefore could have a good influence at the spiritual development of the music lover.


    The committee 'Back to 432 Hz' wants, because of these reasons, a worldwide reintroduction of 432 Hz as the keynote in the music, like it seems most in days gone by too.

    The committee thinks it's important that at first so many people as possible get acquainted with the difference of 8 Hz. If many people know this and also believe the qualities of 432 Hz, it's to be hoped that the music-industry changes the standard finally.

    All musical instruments can be adjusted at 432 Hz too, although it's not so easy for every instrument.

    The Dutch journalist and music lover Richard Huisken is the initiator of this committee.

    You are hearing now the song "Aan De Kust" of the Dutch band Bløf, of course in 432 Hz.

    source: http://terugnaar432hz.org/



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    Default Re: Music at 432Hz

    there is a guitar tuner now that will tune to 432

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    Default Re: Music at 432Hz

    Apologies if you already know about these and it's redundant information:

    http://www.omega432.com/music.html
    This guy has an excellent CD. We fall asleep to it quite often.

    http://www.solfeggiotones.com/432-hz/
    This site has a free Ravi Solfeggio that has been redone to 432 frequency. I can tell you listening to the file every day for a couple of months, it did get a lot easier for me to see energy.
    We also play that on our copper harmoniser regularly.

    Just for myself, I stay away from mp3 and flv files because the file quality can affect it somehow from what I understand.

    Hope somebody finds this useful!

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    Default Re: Music at 432Hz

    Yes any good guitar tuner will do cents in tuning.


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    Default Re: Music at 432Hz

    i have been researching 432hz and other frequencies and apply them in my dance music..
    please let me know what you feel/think


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    Default Re: Music at 432Hz

    Jendayi

    Wow man this rocks, fit for any DJer in the most respectable club.

    Didnt like the change of beat at 2.04, seemed to drag it down a bit but 2.36 and it was great again.

    Welldone dude cool tune.


    Gareth, are you meant to feel giddy at the end of this track...?

    Blessings


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    If Bach was the reason for equal temperament tuning that we have in electronic music these days it would make sense about what you say about head music and heart music too.

    The 'head' composers wanted the ability to be very "clever" with their music so they abandoned Modal tuning which is only good for one key at a time. Modal tuning is very sweet to listen to though.

    I'm going to try a modal tuning of my guitar with 432 as the A and have a feel around it. The problem is, I don't much like the key of A so I first have to find a modal relationship with 432 A and a root I can build a key around that I DO like.

    Any suggestions?

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    Quote Posted by Jendayi (here)
    i have been researching 432hz and other frequencies and apply them in my dance music..
    please let me know what you feel/think


    You got it going on. put my name on the door, am on my way!

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    Default Re: Music at 432Hz

    Quote Posted by gardunk (here)
    there is a guitar tuner now that will tune to 432
    Cool where can you get one of those?

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    Default Re: Music at 432Hz

    Perhaps some you know this. Is it possible to change the frequency of existing tracks mp3, flac etc? And if so where would I have to look for programs to do this?

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    How is this possible? let me explain.
    if i play music on my laptop, i would not be able to hear or feel the 40 hz which the bass is recorded at. very low frequency. i would need a lot of power and a large speaker that would play low as 40 hz.
    Why do recording studios use near field speakers costing thousands? it's as close you get to natural sound. you really think by playing the video above through your laptop can alter your state of mind?

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    Quote Posted by kersley (here)
    How is this possible? let me explain.
    if i play music on my laptop, i would not be able to hear or feel the 40 hz which the bass is recorded at. very low frequency. i would need a lot of power and a large speaker that would play low as 40 hz.
    Why do recording studios use near field speakers costing thousands? it's as close you get to natural sound. you really think by playing the video above through your laptop can alter your state of mind?
    i cannot speak for others but my music is not meant to be played through laptop speakers... it's meant to be played at parties where people come who celebrate life, love and living from the heart.. or use headphones and close your eyes... i've made the video's to introduce people to the concept....
    in holland we are experimenting quite a lot with 432Hz and other frequencies.. myself am a DJ and as far as i now the only "432Hz DJ" in holland. i have organized a few small parties myself where wellness, spirituality and Dance/Housemusic are combined to give a whole new celebratory experience... i have seen people above 50 and 60 dance for hours on end with big smiles on their faces...on modern dancemusic!!! they were quite surprised themselves but loved it...
    starting this year, a large party organisation has reserved budget and reources to take this to the masses... to be continued..
    namaste
    p.s. yes i do believe it affects your state of mind, even through laptopspeakers... if not by the music then at least by the intention of it's creator..
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    Quote Posted by Gustav (here)
    Perhaps some you know this. Is it possible to change the frequency of existing tracks mp3, flac etc? And if so where would I have to look for programs to do this?

    If you go to www.backto432Hz.org, you will find a link on the "information page" which opens a .doc file....
    Follow instructions, and voila .
    The program you need to download is "Audacity" (freeware) there is also a dutch version on the same site..

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    Quote Posted by kersley (here)
    How is this possible? let me explain.
    if i play music on my laptop, i would not be able to hear or feel the 40 hz which the bass is recorded at. very low frequency. i would need a lot of power and a large speaker that would play low as 40 hz.
    Why do recording studios use near field speakers costing thousands? it's as close you get to natural sound. you really think by playing the video above through your laptop can alter your state of mind?
    the 40hz of the bass you mention is not the issue.. it's about the base frequency.... in most western songs A=440 hz is used, this A determines the hz freq. of all other notes on our scale..
    using an A of 432Hz alters all other notes aswell as their harmonics in relation to eachother.. this is where the effect lies..

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    Respect is due!

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    Default Re: Music at 432Hz

    if I tune my guitars to 432hz (most tuners have a calibration setting, that you can adjust from 440hz, to 432hz, and other Hertz rates)... @ 432 I find the notes to be much more harmonic sounding, with overtones I don't notice when tuned at 440hz... at first I thought it might be because I'm listening for more.. or WANT to hear more @ 432hz. but if I listen.. wanting to hear those overtones @ 440hz.. I just don't hear them.

    here's a great tuner I found online, that can be calibrated for 432hz. very accurate

    http://www.seventhstring.com/tuner/tuner.html

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    hmm, ok. Is it also possible to convert whole folders? I have a few thousand tracks that I would like to change.. But thank you for the links. I converted a few classical tracks and I cannot describe it but it feels different.

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    Quote Posted by Gustav (here)
    hmm, ok. Is it also possible to convert whole folders? I have a few thousand tracks that I would like to change.. But thank you for the links. I converted a few classical tracks and I cannot describe it but it feels different.
    Even if you do find a software to do large batches, remember that the algorythm that 'resamples' the data might not be perfect. Yes you can move the whole program pitch down to 432 but at a cost.

    I've used pitch shifting software that was horific, producing artifacts that ruined the whole experience of listening.

    Make sure you try it first and have a good listen to the results on good sound reproduction kit.

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    Thank you for the warning. Since you have used software that was horrific in result, do you happen to know software that doesn't produce such a result?

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