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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?
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    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.

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    Music notes, and their accompanying flats and sharps land on very specific frequencies.

    A 440
    B 493.88
    C 523.25

    So there's an awful lot of frequencies that never get used at all - each note is very specific and there's a long distance of tonal range between the notes, and even flats and sharps.

    Changing the base tuning, allows a different set of frequencies to be used.

    A 432
    B 484.90
    C 513.74

    Etc. No overlapping frequencies. All unique.

    The "conspiracy theory" behind the A440 says that this tuning was chosen purposefully to avoid specific frequencies or use some specific ones. It wasn't always 440hz either, I believe - I think somewhere along the line the governing body (yes there is a governing body over musical tuning ) changed it to A440 from something else. The idea then that using alternate tunings, one can avoid or incorporate other frequencies that may be harmful / beneficial (respectively) to the human body and mind.

    I hope I understood your question right.
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    432hz changes the Binaural beats between notes. Most noticeable on guitar because a guitar is not a perfect instrument. It's a compromise between the 2 or 3 instruments that preceded it. Microtonal guitars are the only ones that play in perfect tune. 432hz is a more pleasing vibration in the Schumann Wave Torus we are in.

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    440hz Causes a vibration that stimulate neural pathways associated with rage, and aggression.

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    174 | 12=3 Think Tesla and the power of 3, 6 , 9 . To balance the tonality we need to resolve to 9. 432=9
    825 | 15=6 3 is positive, 6 is negative, and 9 is ground, or control, or the Tonic.
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    124875, is toroidal mathematics, which if understood can help with a lot of things, because it's the key if that makes sense.

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    One of the quite simple ways to change music pieces from 440 to 432 is with a free music app, called “Audacity”. There is free download at the link https://www.audacityteam.org/download/mac/ . - for Mac version. Other systems are available as well. After installing it, you still have to download ant install ffmpeg file (link provided), to be able to import mp3 files for processing.

    Once you import a song, select it by using “select all”, then go to Effect menu, chose “Change Pitch”, choose from A to A, change “Semitones (half-steps” to -0.32, or in the lower window from 440 to 432. Click OK, then Export it as mp3. Done

    For more help, there is a free manual available, and a few videos on YouTube as tutorial. Just search for 'Audacity'.

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