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How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity

 
Huntert93
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How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
Other instructions were a bit hard to follow, so here are some easier ones:

Open the file in audacity, click "edit" and select all

Then go to "effect", "change pitch", and in "Frequency (hz)" Put this:

440 to 432

Don't worry about changing what's already there (like if it says something other than 440), this will do the trick fine. It should say "percent change: -1.8"

There you go, enjoy!
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
The audacity!
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07/24/2008 05:39 AM
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
Don't bother editing all your files, just play them with foobar2000 and the Soundtouch plugin

[link to foobar2000.org]
[link to pelit.koillismaa.fi]

set it to play with the pitch adjust of -35 semitones or rate of -1.94%
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
The audacity!
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gotbop
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
Don't bother editing all your files, just play them with foobar2000 and the Soundtouch plugin

[link to foobar2000.org]
[link to pelit.koillismaa.fi]

set it to play with the pitch adjust of -35 semitones or rate of -1.94%
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 471866

-35 semitones!!! HEHEHEHHEHEHHEHHHAHHAHAHQH.

440hz to 432hz is less than a semitone.
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
-0.35
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07/24/2008 06:10 AM
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
Thats more like it.
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07/24/2008 06:28 AM
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
440 to 432

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what for?
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07/24/2008 06:40 AM
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
After playing a couple songs at both pitches, I've concluded they sound almost identical. If there is a conspiracy here, it is that people believe the concert pitch was changed for some sinister reason.
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07/24/2008 06:50 AM
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
[link to www.akasha.de]
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07/24/2008 06:55 AM
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
After playing a couple songs at both pitches, I've concluded they sound almost identical. If there is a conspiracy here, it is that people believe the concert pitch was changed for some sinister reason.
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as two posters said, it makes almost no difference if the original sample was recorded at 440hz. if you re sample it to 432 hz you are just changing the pitch and interpolating. you are just "stretching" the music and filling the gaps to make it fit in 432 hz, but the sample is the same.
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
sorry, in this case you are "compressing"
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
It's -1,776 percent precize.
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02/19/2009 09:42 AM
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
So is it useless to convert my mp3's to 432hz?
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02/19/2009 01:51 PM
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anyone? Beuller? Anyone?
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02/19/2009 01:57 PM
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
BY CHANGE THE TUNNING SETTINGS ON AUDICTY

SOME SOUNDS MESSED UP

ON SOME INSTRUMENTS


PHASE EFFECT OCCURS RUINS A LOT OF SONGS



PUT IN I A SINE WAVE AND TUNE IT TO 432. LOOP IT AND IT WILL HELP YOU HEAL


SINE IS PURE WAVE FORM


ALL MUSIC HAS TOO MANY PARTIALS OR HARMONICS


CAN HURT YOU


MUSIC CURES COME FROM SINGLE PURE TONES ONLY....


SORRY OP
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
anyone? Beuller? Anyone?
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idk

i've just tried that thing with audicity and foobar. songs converted in both programs sound different and more realxing.

now i how no idea if it is real 432 converting or just changing the pitch but i can hear the difference and feel less nervous when i hear particular songs
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03/20/2009 06:56 PM
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
Other instructions were a bit hard to follow, so here are some easier ones:

Open the file in audacity, click "edit" and select all

Then go to "effect", "change pitch", and in "Frequency (hz)" Put this:

440 to 432

Don't worry about changing what's already there (like if it says something other than 440), this will do the trick fine. It should say "percent change: -1.8"

There you go, enjoy!
 Quoting: Huntert93 472635

I downloaded the free audacity program, after installation it wouldn't allow me to do anything by clicking on "effect". What did I do wrong?
A-432 hz For the Love of Music
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03/31/2009 09:49 PM
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
Other instructions were a bit hard to follow, so here are some easier ones:

Open the file in audacity, click "edit" and select all

Then go to "effect", "change pitch", and in "Frequency (hz)" Put this:

440 to 432

Don't worry about changing what's already there (like if it says something other than 440), this will do the trick fine. It should say "percent change: -1.8"

There you go, enjoy!

I downloaded the free audacity program, after installation it wouldn't allow me to do anything by clicking on "effect". What did I do wrong?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 639253



Ok

Import a file into Audacity

then Edit "select all"


once selected, then you will be able to access the Effect> Change Pitch. Just change the From: [440] , and to: [432.186] fields
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03/31/2009 10:03 PM
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
Don't bother editing all your files, just play them with foobar2000 and the Soundtouch plugin

[link to foobar2000.org]
[link to pelit.koillismaa.fi]

set it to play with the pitch adjust of -35 semitones or rate of -1.94%
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 471866


how do i install the dll plugin file thing?

foobar is installed....
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
look up a semitone/ pitch converter on the internet, do the math (440 to 432) it = .318 of a pitch shift so you actually want to do

-.318 semitones. not .35, not .32 like others were saying.

even with .318 its not perfect unless you can shift by more accurate amounts with more decimal places.

if you master tune reason 4 to 432hz for midi,
pitch shift all samples by -.318 in acid pro 7 & record a guitar tuned to a=432hz ref pitch with a digital tuner

then yes, there its very useful & necessary to do the pitch shifting or the different elements of the song you make wont be in tune with each other, or more importantly wont SOUND in tune.

so do the above if that's the kind of thing you do and you can record/create songs ez in true 432hz.

peace,
B.Morrison

p.s) 432hz used by bach, mozart, & ancient egytians, sumerians & peruvians.

528hz used by marko rodin (unnaturally hairy) & len horowitz - the 'dr' who tried to sell a fake SARS cure & is a member of the knights of malta.......

gee I wonder which one seems more legit & 'good'....
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity


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05/23/2010 12:16 AM
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
So what is the reason you are changing songs to 432? I read this whole thread and still don't see the point.
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
432HZ is a Natural Resonance Fibonacci (The Math behind the Sound) / Solfeggio (The Sound behind the Math) Frequency.

sch

When Its at 440HZ (The Industry Recording Standard) - Its Unnatural and not compatible with Our Natural Biorythms and Frequencies.

Re-sampling it to 432HZ - While just slightly slowing the Piece down and adding a small amount of time to any recording - Seems to only enhance the Sample rather than degrade It...

That alone makes One wonder. The Sounds seem Fuller and more Vibrant. For Me - I can hear things in the Songs and Samples converted that I was never able to before.

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Mercuriel
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06/20/2010 10:36 PM
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
can i record any of my music files and recordings to 440Hz? I reckon sounds at 440Hz are great! Please give details how this can be done anyone.....
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06/21/2010 07:56 AM
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
I apologize no one has taken the consideration to teach:
[link to www.redicecreations.com]

That is what is being discussed, or so, that is what I thought
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06/21/2010 08:14 AM
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
[link to www.omega432.com]

When did Concert pitch change?

Most music worldwide has been tuned to 440 hertz since the International Standards Organization (ISO) endorsed it in 1953, following the prior recommendations of the Nazi party spoksman, Joseph Goebbels in 1939.
Suffice to say, I will not waste good energy down the rabbit hole of conspiracy to expose another Illuminatti agenda, however I will quickly state that there was an organised effort to change Concert pitch to 440hz well back at the start of the last century to codify a New World Order of central pitch.
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
After playing a couple songs at both pitches, I've concluded they sound almost identical. If there is a conspiracy here, it is that people believe the concert pitch was changed for some sinister reason.


as two posters said, it makes almost no difference if the original sample was recorded at 440hz. if you re sample it to 432 hz you are just changing the pitch and interpolating. you are just "stretching" the music and filling the gaps to make it fit in 432 hz, but the sample is the same.
 Quoting: gus 472475


Of course there's going to be a marginal sound difference. You're missing the point: Which is bringing the vibrational frequency of the music in line with the frequency of nature.
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06/23/2010 07:38 PM
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
Well that's intresting.
if the salt loses its savor, with what shall it be salted? [link to urantiabook.org]
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08/22/2010 02:37 PM
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
I've been using Audacity to convert my music. Since it takes about half an hour per album to convert, I think the criminal globalists win. Because, while they continue pillaging the world and eviscerating my rights, I'm still sitting here converting my music.

While I don't disbelieve the 440 vs 432Hz deal, I think it, just like open air rock concerts, ultimately boils down to a big distraction from the important issues.

You can heal yourself with music all you want to, but doing so will neither defend your rights nor save the Earth.

Now I'm going to waste more time looking into the Soundtouch plug-in so I don't have to convert the rest of my music.

Thanks for the tip! peace
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Re: How to convert music to 432 hz in audacity
i read somewhere that the nazis were responsible for the shift to 440 as the standard.

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