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    As a musician, I’ve tuned my guitar to the industry standard 440 HZ for most of my life, but after hearing about 432 HZ, have opted to tune to this frequency instead. I have no doubt in my mind now of it’s healing potentials. I play songs I’ve written for homeless people who visit me where I camp and often times they start crying. I played a song in 432 HZ for a Vietnam vet and he started crying. Later on he came up to me and said that he hadn’t cried like that for over 50 years (and then told me not to tell anybody). I believe the frequency is able to get through the boiler plate in peoples’s hearts, something most important in regards to hearts waxing cold en masse these days.

    I highly recommend checking out the following article compiled by Robert Morningstar:

    https://www.ufodigest.com/article/th...tion-of-music/


    Also, it is good to play a musical instrument in 432 HZ tuning, especially after spending too much time on tablets and cell phones such as I do. The fuzzy headedness is cleared out instantly. Also good is 444 HZ which energizes when one is fatigued.

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    Thanks for your post.

    I’ve heard of this years ago but have not tuned my guitar to 432HZ. I use a Seiko Automatic Guitar Tuner. It does not have 432 HZ on it. It has 438, 440, 442 and 444 HZ.

    How do you tune to 432HZ? A tuning fork?

    Can I tune the E6th string as if it were the A 5th string and work down to the E 1st string from there?

    Thanks.

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    Funny you should says this (not that I know anything about it) as I was watching a WTAF (WhatAf... stands for what the absolute f**k) that Gareth Icke and Richard Willets started doing a while back on ytube to make light of this mad world we all find ourselves in and he mentioned the same thing, I should look into it more x

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    I use a Korg Chromatic CA-1 tuner which allows for calibration to 432 hz.

    ]https://www.korg.com/us/products/tuners/ca_1/

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    Default Re: 432 Hz

    Use this as a reference if you dont have tuner

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    Quote Posted by Metaphor (here)
    Use this as a reference if you dont have tuner

    Thank you!

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    Default Re: 432 Hz

    Thanks for the post,

    I remember reading in the past of a website that would convert your favourite songs to 432? Or am I dreaming about it? Will try and find and post it if i can get it again..

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    Default Re: 432 Hz

    As a piano turner, I always used an A=440 turning fork to get my A and tune the piano from that note out through the tempered scale. But it is my understanding that if ones tonal center or key is A and the root note A =440 vib per second, then as you went up the chromatic scale, a sharp, b and so on, you would be changing the pitch and crossing the 440 center anyhow.

    thoughts?

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    Quote Posted by Metaphor (here)
    Use this as a reference if you dont have tuner

    Fabulous, thanks

    I never ever use a tuner, just my ears, but this little video has really cleared that conundrum up

    From conundrum to eardrum.....
    “If a man does not keep pace with [fall into line with] his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away.” - Thoreau

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    Quote Posted by Craig (here)
    Thanks for the post,

    I remember reading in the past of a website that would convert your favourite songs to 432? Or am I dreaming about it? Will try and find and post it if i can get it again..
    Online Music to 432Hz converter
    Scroll down to choose your target frequency for your mp3 file/s.
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    see the differences - go to 04:30 right away
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    Quote Posted by Josh88 (here)
    I recorded this in 432hz. https://open.spotify.com/track/1pp2m...b314391c634db8
    What do you record with?

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    Logic ProX on my macbook

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    Quote Posted by Josh88 (here)
    Logic ProX on my macbook
    That looks like what I need to transition to from Garageband. Does it convert tracks to 432hz?

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    Quote Posted by Josh88 (here)
    I recorded this in 432hz. https://open.spotify.com/track/1pp2m...b314391c634db8
    Couldn't listen it 'cause I don't have an account.Do you have an other free source for it?Thanks!
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    Quote Posted by Josh88 (here)
    I recorded this in 432hz. https://open.spotify.com/track/1pp2m...b314391c634db8
    Couldn't listen it 'cause I don't have an account.Do you have an other free source for it?Thanks!
    https://youtu.be/2Ti8cDTCTNE

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    Logic ProX on my macbook
    That looks like what I need to transition to from Garageband. Does it convert tracks to 432hz?
    Yeah, It's just Garageband on Steroids. Same basic look even. Just way more stuff. Then you will want more plugins, and mastering software, lol, ect

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    Quote Posted by Josh88 (here)
    Logic ProX on my macbook
    That looks like what I need to transition to from Garageband. Does it convert tracks to 432hz?
    What interface are you using? I wouldn't necessarily switch to logic if you don't need the added bells and whistles. It's really a resource hog. I had to get it because you cant bounce Stems to a file in Gband and send them to a producer, or engineer for editing and mixing. But if you do it all yourself, and aren't trying to make a streaming income Garageband does most anything you need to write or record without locking up, or crashing in the middle of tracking.
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    Quote Posted by Josh88 (here)
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    Quote Posted by Josh88 (here)
    Logic ProX on my macbook
    That looks like what I need to transition to from Garageband. Does it convert tracks to 432hz?
    What interface are you using? I wouldn't necessarily switch to logic if you don't need the added bells and whistles. It's really a resource hog. I had to get it because you cant bounce Stems to a file in Gband and send them to a producer, or engineer for editing and mixing. But if you do it all yourself, and aren't trying to make a streaming income Garageband does most anything you need to write or record without locking up, or crashing in the middle of tracking.
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    Default Re: 432 Hz

    Some of you might have seen this, still a good video regarding 432Hz, there is also a part 2.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FY74AFQl2qQ

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