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Change your music to universal 432Hz

 
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ATTENTION IMPORTANT 432HZ DISCOVERY
Category: Music
ATTENTION! IMPORTANT 432 DISCOVERY!!

1 hertz..(Hz) is a 'C' at A-432

It is the lowest possible note/tone/frequency/cycle (..measured in cycles per second)
'C' is the root of ALL SCALES in Music, and natural harmonics in nature and science


The distance that this wave "C" will travel before it recycles is 186282.397 miles

The speed.. of light.. is 186282.397 miles per second...... (yes your reading it right.......he he)

This is very strong evidence for the existence of a unified theory that
functions from a single resonance (singularity) and then to its harmonic counterparts.

this is very exciting .....Its time for all musicians to start taking this
seriously and tuning their instruments to A-432.

-Music is Magic
-Bobby
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03/20/2009 05:52 AM
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Iv tried opening music into Audacity to convert.
but every track is in a different hz. like 810hz or 200hz.
so if I convert to 432hz it distorts the crap out of it.

can any one help?

ps. I know nothing about audio.
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LOAL DUDES!!!

OP is BARZIL!

EMUALLHZ BOMB!!
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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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"440 Hz" and "432 hz" are just ways of saying taht the A note is arbitrarily set to 440 Hz or 432 Hz. Mjsicians call this "A440" or "A432". Since 432 is 98.1818...% of 440, if you slow the entire song down by that percentage, you will now be in a frequency which equates to A432 instead of A440. You can also change the frequency of a song by transposing it down a half-tone

Personally, I have tried to play the same piece with my strings set at both A440 and A432 (with a guitar, this is dead easy to do), and I cannot tell the difference. Certainly, if the same tunes were played simultaneously, I'd notice tha the A432-based melody would be a bit lower thatn A440, but I don't think ther would be any emotional tonal difference like there would betwween a piece played in different modes (like phrygian versus mixolydian) or in a minor key as opposed to a major key.

Anyway, if you want to convert A440 to A330, ther are a bunch of software aplications, as well as little hardware boxes made by Tascam which will work just fine. Most people, though -- as I mentioned earlier -- can't even tell the difference.

Where's the EVIDENCE, Jim?
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Iv tried opening music into Audacity to convert.
but every track is in a different hz. like 810hz or 200hz.
so if I convert to 432hz it distorts the crap out of it.

can any one help?

ps. I know nothing about audio.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 638865

If, by "every track is in a different hz. like 810hz or 200hz.", you mean that every song is in a different key, you are correct. However, all of the songs you hear, regardless what key they are in or what the individual notes are, are still based on a scale where the A tone is 440 Hz.
Where's the EVIDENCE, Jim?
Duncan Kunz

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ATTENTION IMPORTANT 432HZ DISCOVERY
Category: Music
1 hertz..(Hz) is a 'C' at A-432
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 636131


Well, yes and no. If you want to figure out the difference of the ultra-low C-note at the different standards, you need to back out some simple math stuff:

The basic formula for the frequencies of the notes of the equal-tempered scale is given by
fn = f0 * (a)n
where
f0 = the frequency of one fixed note which must be defined.

Examples using A4 = 440 Hz:

C5 = the C an octave above middle C. This is 3 half steps above A4 and so the frequency is
f3 = 440 * (1.059463..)3 = 523.3 Hz

Since octave notes are either one half or twice the value of the adjacent note, the various C note frequencies in Hertz would be as follows:

523.251
261.626
130.813
65.406
32.703
16.352
8.176
4.088
2.044
1.022 ("Grandpa C note)

For A=432 hZ, then C5 would be 513.7 Hz.

Following the same rules as before, we get the following frequency values fo C with A=432 Hz:

513.737
256.869
128.434
64.217
32.109
16.054
8.027
4.014
2.007
1.003 ("Grandpa C note)

So the Low-low-low C at A432 is closer to 1 than the same note at A440 is, but not by much.

But the real reason that your value is so close is that when people were screwing around with different approaches to building a scale in Bach's day (ever heard of Bach's "Well-tempered Clavier"? LOL!) they decided to start with a Bullfrog C at exactly 1 Hz and then see how much the result would differ from the standard pitch -- and A-432 is what they came up with.

So the reason that people plug A-432 is that's what you end up with when you start at C-1, not the other way around.

ATTENTION! IMPORTANT 432 DISCOVERY!!
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Well, it was an "IMPORTANT 432 DISCOVERY", all right, but that was back in the early 18th century!

The distance that this wave "C" will travel before it recycles is 186282.397 miles

The speed.. of light.. is 186282.397 miles per second...... (yes your reading it right.......he he)
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Well, duh! If light travels 186282.397 mi/sec, then anything with a frequency of 1 hz (which means "cycle per second", right?) will have a wavelength of exactly one light-second!

How could it be anything else?


Last Edited by Duncan Kunz on 06/16/2009 02:21 PM
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That's the STUPIDEST thing I've read on GLP lately.


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I think the native americans have a better solution. They tune an instrument the way they like it themselves. It's a spiritual thing. Everyone has a different preferred "tuning standard", and the way to get in sync with your soul is to use your own personal frequency. Why force everyone to use a pitch only suitable to some?

I prefer 437.5 Hz myself. This knowledge comes from experimenting with changing the settings on a synthesizer without looking. I always land on the same place: 437.5 Hz is the most natural and harmonious pitch TO ME!

I don't need to force 437.5 Hz on anyone. I'm not Goebbels. Why are you?
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I think the native americans have a better solution. They tune an instrument the way they like it themselves. It's a spiritual thing. Everyone has a different preferred "tuning standard", and the way to get in sync with your soul is to use your own personal frequency. Why force everyone to use a pitch only suitable to some?

I prefer 437.5 Hz myself. This knowledge comes from experimenting with changing the settings on a synthesizer without looking. I always land on the same place: 437.5 Hz is the most natural and harmonious pitch TO ME!

I don't need to force 437.5 Hz on anyone. I'm not Goebbels. Why are you?
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Well, if you're playing alone and/or you have a tunable instrument, you're okay. But suppose you want to play with an instrument which can't be tuned, such as a brass or a woodwind? If everyone tunes his own instrument, how're you gong to be able to play with someone else?
Where's the EVIDENCE, Jim?
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I think the native americans have a better solution. They tune an instrument the way they like it themselves. It's a spiritual thing. Everyone has a different preferred "tuning standard", and the way to get in sync with your soul is to use your own personal frequency. Why force everyone to use a pitch only suitable to some?

I prefer 437.5 Hz myself. This knowledge comes from experimenting with changing the settings on a synthesizer without looking. I always land on the same place: 437.5 Hz is the most natural and harmonious pitch TO ME!

I don't need to force 437.5 Hz on anyone. I'm not Goebbels. Why are you?

Well, if you're playing alone and/or you have a tunable instrument, you're okay. But suppose you want to play with an instrument which can't be tuned, such as a brass or a woodwind? If everyone tunes his own instrument, how're you gong to be able to play with someone else?
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I dunno. Play only with people who are "on the same wavelength"?

When you think about it, that might even be a good limitation!
Duncan Kunz

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Well, if you're playing alone and/or you have a tunable instrument, you're okay. But suppose you want to play with an instrument which can't be tuned, such as a brass or a woodwind? If everyone tunes his own instrument, how're you gong to be able to play with someone else?


I dunno. Play only with people who are "on the same wavelength"?

When you think about it, that might even be a good limitation!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 300884


That would mean not playing with anyone who has a trumpet, french horn, flugelhorn, cornet, vqalve trombone, tuba, baritone, organ, piccolo, flute, oboe, bassoon, clarinet, saxophone, etc; or not being able to play with a piano player unless he spent a hundred bucks on getting his piano re-tuned....

Last Edited by Duncan Kunz on 06/16/2009 04:25 PM
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So the Low-low-low C at A432 is closer to 1 than the same note at A440 is, but not by much
 Quoting: Duncan Kunz

Ah so all that math was to say, yes you were right, but only just. only just...is still correct. You can't say someone's wrong by quoting information that supports their theory, basic Akido.
So the reason that people plug A-432 is that's what you end up with when you start at C-1, not the other way around.
 Quoting: Duncan Kunz

Oh is that the reason? is that the only reason i've personally come across in the 400pages of information i've collected whilst researching 432hz for the last few months???
I never realised I was converting all my music to 432hz for such a pathetic non reason as you say. thanks for enlightening me....

Well, duh! If light travels 186282.397 mi/sec, then anything with a frequency of 1 hz (which means "cycle per second", right?) will have a wavelength of exactly one light-second!

How could it be anything else?

 Quoting: Duncan Kunz

Well firstly, not Duh!. And 2ndly what?
explain then, how the speed light travels at will make it "so obvious" that a 1hz soundwave will have a wave length of exactly one light-second? & and how the cycles per second of a sound wave relate in any way (within your defined context) to the the speed of light/light-second? are time & light the same thing now???

Sound is a complex series of waves (of acoustic kinetic energy) travelling through a medium (usually air) at a speed of 344metres per second, regardless of the Hz.
changing the Hz will not affect the speed the sound is travelling through its medium, it will however define how many times these waves will spiral through the medium, (like ping pong balls on a string the energy knocks the molecules into each other transferring the wave of energy through the medium itself...) within the timespan of 1 second.

What WILL affect the speed sound travels at (one of several parameters..) however is temperature, the 344m measurement only applies strictly within a 15-18 degree Celsius temperature range, an increase or decrease in temperature of 1 degree Celsius equates to a change of 0.6 metres a second difference of speed.

Please don't confuse people with your derogitary non science fancy talk.
good day to you bad hat.

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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.
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nice link thx. saved to favs.
We have finally come back to the pre-Socratic philosopher Heraclitus, who said everything is flow, flux, process. There are no "things." Bruce Lee
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The whole purpose of A=432hz tuning is cultural knowledge retention, rather than spiritual/emotional uplift. The latter ideas are far removed from any rational sense, because there are so many notes which correspond to one another and so many *different* frequencies used for notation between cultures! One thing is certain, however: Egypt-gave-Greece-gave-Rome knowledge of pre-Pythagorean geometries which convey cosmological design to any sort of artistic or scientific composition. And, as it so happens (and has been mentioned prior to this post at least a few times so far), music can be standardized around a solid note of 1bpm (beat per MOMENT in this case, as not all cultures have historically used SECONDS for small measures of time -- only the Church made that so). In the case of "Western" music, the "C" note would be our candidate, thumping in at 1Hz as its lowest octave. Occam's Razor here: if you understand universal geometries such as the rational differences between the Platonic Solids (such as witnessed thousands of years ago via Cymatics) and wave harmonics in nature (it's Zen -- watch ripples on a pond), you can replicate these natural attractions by way of creating instrumentation that works on multiples of 1 and all of its rational coordinate notes. Voila.

And go to the link below. I published a paper, before this forum got started, which covers this anthropological work I've been doing in more detail and cultural beauty (and do know that my reasons for contributing to the magazine of Jose Arguelles are purely academic rather than affiliational):

[link to www.mindheartmedia.com]

(read the very last article entitled "Common Ground")
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Indeed, some may not be able to download the humongous PDF file that my article "Common Ground" is contained within; and no less, some may not be able to stomach the New-Ageyness of some magazine content preceding my article. So, I've supplied you all with my blogspot as an alternative... nay, primary source for that paper. It had been re-edited at the time I put it there, anyhow. It is an easier read, but is lacking in the graphical presence of pictures, etc. Enjoy!

[link to kairologic.blogspot.com]
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I hope this video convinces many out there that 432hz is the keynote of the universe
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[link to www.youtube.com]
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Yep! No more A-440!! It doesn't "work."

We're tuning our guitars and synths using 528 as C and I feel it in my heart center. an easy way (if you own an apple mobile phone) to experiment yourself is with [link to itunes.com] Take it as you will, but try it anyway you can and see for yourself.:

::yoda:
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Hello my friends. Don't bother converting all your audiofiles/cd's. Just try a plugin, like PaceMaker for Winamp(www.winamp.com). Change the pitch to -0.3 steps, and you have all your music available at about 432Hz, no converting. The tempo remains fixed.

Cheerz!

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I have just downloaded this plugin. The Pitch slider does not let me use -0.3 steps. It does let me use -3.0 steps. Is this a what you really meant?

Thank you for your time..
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You could also try a-444. a-440/a-439 is a frequency forced to us bu Rothschilds-Rockefellers and Nazis.
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@reliable: With PaceMaker plugin for Winamp, you have to register the plugin to be able to adjust the pitch in a more precise range of two decimal places to the left as in (-O.32).
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  Revelation 14:3   And they sung as it were a new song before the throne, and before the four beasts, and the elders: and no man could learn that song but the hundred and forty and four thousand, which were redeemed from the earth.

432 \ 3 = 144

It is the universal unifying number.

It is the tuning of the Song of Moses
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Solfeggio Tuning.

Sacred Geometrical Tuning
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My son could tell the difference. He heard the same piece at 432Hz and 440Hz . He said the first one was happy sounding and the second one was almost violent (I just had him listen to the pieces, I didn't tell him what it pertained to.)



[link to www.432hz.org]
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Be sure and try these samples. Sooo much more beautiful and resonating linking deeper within the centering of peace. Darn those Nazi Operation Paper Clip guys. hf
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the site is::iamwith:

[link to 432hertz.com]

music site will be:

[link to 432hz.com]
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What happens if you retune a song that is already at A=432hz ?
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Okay, I've done that. What should I do with remaining eight hertz?

Thanks.
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soundwave vibarates -
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my friend , the soundwave vibrations affect the particles in water in our body
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My son could tell the difference. He heard the same piece at 432Hz and 440Hz . He said the first one was happy sounding and the second one was almost violent (I just had him listen to the pieces, I didn't tell him what it pertained to.)



[link to www.432hz.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 399852



You mean

[link to 432hz.com]

OR

[link to 432hertz.com] ???
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ATTENTION IMPORTANT 432HZ DISCOVERY
Category: Music
ATTENTION! IMPORTANT 432 DISCOVERY!!

1 hertz..(Hz) is a 'C' at A-432

It is the lowest possible note/tone/frequency/cycle (..measured in cycles per second)
'C' is the root of ALL SCALES in Music, and natural harmonics in nature and science


The distance that this wave "C" will travel before it recycles is 186282.397 miles

The speed.. of light.. is 186282.397 miles per second...... (yes your reading it right.......he he)

This is very strong evidence for the existence of a unified theory that
functions from a single resonance (singularity) and then to its harmonic counterparts.

this is very exciting .....Its time for all musicians to start taking this
seriously and tuning their instruments to A-432.

-Music is Magic
-Bobby
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the unit of measurement of a mile is an artificial
construct that nature cares not an iota.
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finch? lettuce?

Interesting but your instructions arent understandable.
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you speak dutch? idiot....
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I don't quite understand.

You're saying 432hz as the BASE of a song?

hz is simply how fast a soundwave vibarates - You can have 20hz bass waves, deep as hell - Or 4500hz symbols that are very high pitched, and everything in between. There is no one hz frequency for a song - or else it'd be one note. One solid note without any waveform deviation or modulation.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 402476


This is the frequency in which the recordings are mastered and ripped to CD. 440hz isn't as clear because of the bit or clock rate I believe. 432hz should be much more smooth sounding. Our digital recordings we have today maybe sharper sounding but the sound waves definitely aren't as clear as a viynl because of the digital step system.

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