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Change your music to universal 432Hz

 
Anonymous Coward
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04/15/2008 04:08 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
Can someone provide a before and after track? I think i can hear it. Do movie scores use this to add emmotional impact to scenes?

I just got a microscope today and am experimenting with frequencies and cells, along the lines of 'Rife'.

Everything about resonance has been striking numerous cords with me lately and I would love to learn more.
lamâshtu

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04/15/2008 04:12 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
so as a guitar player I could get a good elctronic guitar tuner and tune A=432 instead of the usual A=440?
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exactly.
Anonymous Coward
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04/15/2008 04:22 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
Can someone pin this tread for a while?

It seems to be the only piece of logic around.
lamâshtu

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04/15/2008 04:29 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
speaking of, have a look at this:

[link to eceserv0.ece.wisc.edu]
[link to eceserv0.ece.wisc.edu]
[link to www.nzzfolio.ch]

discuss!
ponderer
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04/15/2008 10:35 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
o/k what i did was using audacity prog i opened a ogg file & clicked on edit , select all , then clicked on effect button , then chose change pitch.
i opened up image file from [link to i74.photobucket.com]
& used those inputs
is this correct?
 Quoting: un-inviTed guesT 415570


after doing the above.
how can i check to see if my music is now 432Hz using audacity?
is there a way to automate instead of typing in each time the values from
[link to i74.photobucket.com]
Anonymous Coward
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04/16/2008 10:15 PM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
there is a different kind of revolution
that is growing in the music comunities
around the world.

it is becoming apperant that a-440 hz tuning
is part of the NWO control grid.

A-432 has been virtually hidden from the public
because the NWO know that 432 is natures
sonic balance point.

Nazi propaganda minister Joseph goebels
was the first to push for A-440 in 1939.

the international standardize commission
passed the 440 in 1953.
the world has been tunning to 440 ever since.

[link to www.432hz.org]

[link to www.mysapce.com]

[link to www.fantapolitik.com]

[link to radicalfilms.co.uk]
DanG
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04/16/2008 10:19 PM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
so as a guitar player I could get a good elctronic guitar tuner and tune A=432 instead of the usual A=440?


exactly.
 Quoting: lamâshtu


isn't this about 1/2 step down ?
Anonymous Coward
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04/16/2008 10:21 PM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
1/2 step won`t do it.
you would still be at the resonant frequency of 440
ponderer
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04/17/2008 08:59 PM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
how can i check to see if my music is now 432Hz using audacity?
is there a way to automate instead of typing in each time the values from
[link to i74.photobucket.com]
Anonymous Coward
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04/17/2008 10:28 PM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
To simplify the 440hz standard. An "A" note is any vibration at 440hz by the 440 standard. As in you hit a A string on a guitar and it will vibrate at a wavelength of 440 cycles if you are using A 440hz.
Notes are cyclic wavelength vibrations so if you tune to the A 440 standard any note you hit on any instrument will be based on the 440hz standard therefore of. You see the next note is a measurement of wavelength difference so tuning to a 440hz will through off every note on the instrument. So if you tune to A 432hz every note will be to the a 432hz tuning.

Hit a string under a florescent light you can actually see the string vibrating to a wavelength.The frets are spaced accordingly to each notes frequency difference (also to the neck to bridge length) so basing your tuning on A 440hz will throw all the notes in to the A 440 standard. the principle is the same on frettless instruments.
Anonymous Coward
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09/01/2008 10:27 PM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
I despise the New World Order and I would well believe that they would push a disharmonious 440Hz standard instead of 432Hz.

Fuck Bill Clinton, the United Nations, Zionists, and Socialists!
Anonymous Coward
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09/02/2008 12:47 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
Different tunings have been used throughout the years. Russia (perhaps even today somewhat) tuned their piano to 435Hz instead of something else. It's been high and it's been low. This applys to what the standard A note of 440Hz is used as a standard, except changing the frequency down to 432Hz (or any other frequency) can be used.

For an example of a tune (although simple and still not quite right- I played all the parts) tuned to 432Hz of a synthesizer (and yes it will sound a little different) here just a sample:

"With Eyes Closed" (whatever version I haven't yet quite finished)
[link to music.download.com]

(I didn't say to be a critic - just a simple song made to listen to 432Hz as the standard to tune an instrument to - except in this case it is all done on a synthesizer).

440Hz to me will sound harsh compard to 432Hz. Of course, some musicians like to sound 'harsh'.

But again, it is in the Eye of the Listener and I like non-jarring music sometimes more then 'harsh' music.
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10/12/2008 04:45 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
o/k what i did was using audacity prog i opened a ogg file & clicked on edit , select all , then clicked on effect button , then chose change pitch.
i opened up image file from [link to i74.photobucket.com]
& used those inputs
is this correct?


after doing the above.
how can i check to see if my music is now 432Hz using audacity?
is there a way to automate instead of typing in each time the values from
[link to i74.photobucket.com]
 Quoting: ponderer 416027


I think the values in your settings are wrong as you are taking the range from F to A and it should be from G#/Ab to A (the whole octave). I made a test and indeed it sounds really much better, while the "F to A" version sounds "incomplete".

I don't now how to upload the tracks here (very short clips) so you can listen to the difference...
doblece
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10/12/2008 05:07 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
Here is the image for the settings:

[link to i47.photobucket.com]

I am uploading the files and will post the link later on.
Anonymous Coward
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10/12/2008 05:14 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
bump
doblece
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10/12/2008 05:22 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
Here is the link to the sound clips:

[link to www.esnips.com]

Original Clip: original MP3 clip
FtoAClip: re-tuned to 432Hz with the settings on "ponderer 416027"'s picture quoted above.
432Hz: re-tuned to 432Hz with corrected settings as per my picture above.
google backdoor?
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10/12/2008 05:31 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
this is extrememly important info but utterly worthless unless someone posts a method of how to converty 440hz down to 432hz
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Weird...I have to see if this is going to work. It's 2:30am PST, and somehow I got to this page through google when searching for "Verdi's A".

I took screenshots...
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10/12/2008 05:33 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
this is extrememly important info but utterly worthless unless someone posts a method of how to converty 440hz down to 432hz


Weird...I have to see if this is going to work. It's 2:30am PST, and somehow I got to this page through google when searching for "Verdi's A".

I took screenshots...
 Quoting: google backdoor? 506320


i posted this...through google. it was already listing it in a search term. wow...they're fast!
Anonymous Coward
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10/12/2008 05:35 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
this is extrememly important info but utterly worthless unless someone posts a method of how to converty 440hz down to 432hz
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 179005


Here is the original quote. So weird...
Anonymous Coward
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10/12/2008 05:42 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
this is extrememly important info but utterly worthless unless someone posts a method of how to converty 440hz down to 432hz
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Link to this quote in Google.
[link to www.google.ca]

Images:
www.cruisetribes.com/2-28.png
www.cruisetribes.com/2-29.png
www.cruisetribes.com/2-31.png

Have no idea how that happened.
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10/12/2008 05:43 AM
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Sorry:

Images (links work):
[link to www.cruisetribes.com]
[link to www.cruisetribes.com]
[link to www.cruisetribes.com]
Anonymous Coward
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10/12/2008 05:45 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
The Google link (scroll down):
[link to www.google.ca]
Sends you here:
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

Weird, eh?
Anonymous Coward
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10/12/2008 05:47 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
Does that mean that Google is crawling us as we're writing these posts? Seems a bit strange to me...maybe I'm just tired.
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10/12/2008 05:49 AM
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Google scans the "reply.php" files, I guess.
Hmm...
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10/12/2008 06:12 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
It's easier vocally also.
If you use 432 in a band, all will have to tune down, including the drums. Nice, warmer sound.
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10/12/2008 06:20 AM

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Interesting, to say the least...does it anything to do with J.S.Bach, who created "the well toned piano" revolutionizing instrumental music?
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10/12/2008 07:46 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
this is extrememly important info but utterly worthless unless someone posts a method of how to converty 440hz down to 432hz
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 179005
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10/12/2008 07:49 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
go to this site to tune your instrument to 432hz
[link to www.seventhstring.com]

online java tuner

change the scale from 440 to 432

as for changing existing music, it isn't gonna work that way. make ur own music.
Anonymous Coward
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10/12/2008 08:33 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
this is said to be important right? but back when music was based on 432 hz, people were still chopping peoples heads off, going to war, burning people at the stake, and living like barbarians of darkness....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 404073


Yes, but they were doing it in a much nicer way.
Anonymous Coward
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10/12/2008 08:41 AM
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Re: Change your music to universal 432Hz
I tuned my guitar to 432hz about six months ago and never looked back. Much more relaxing.

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