Music And Sound In 432 Hz Versus 440 Hz Explained

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  1. Brokor
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    This is going to be a rather deep and even spiritual discussion, possibly more philosophical in nature or just plain old fun. Please try your best not to start quoting religious text and reference religion since this topic is not centered on that and such ideas are best suited for the audience in our religious section. =)

    First, take the time to listen to a couple samples before reading anything on 432 Hz. I am linking them below for your convenience. These are only two of my favorites which, I believe can convey the idea very well:



    The concept:

    http://www.fourwinds10.net/siterun_data/entertainment/music/news.php?q=1328545109

    I challenge everyone to take the time to listen for themselves and decide if this suits you. Some people enjoy their favorite music in 432 Hz (yes, even Pink Floyd sounds really good). The particular study of this is called "Cymatics".
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    Brokor, I listened to the first video and liked it. Jumped to your link and scanned it. All that is okay and nice, but what is missing is a normal what would be considered calming or pleasing song, but in 440 htz to compare. Ideally same song, same singer, basically samo samo except one at 432 htz and one at 440 htz. Otherwise, how can we really compare. Head banging so called music at 440 htz against what you provided would be no fair way to compare. ...... jus sayin
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    Good idea, man.

    432 Hz:

    440 Hz:


    Second:
    432 Hz:

    440 Hz:


    Give that a go. Can we trust they are actually in 432 Hz? The only way is to make it yourself perhaps. Can the differences be easily detected? I am guessing not. With music that has lyrics, it's easier to notice the change. The idea, as explained in the links I provided has more to do with emotions and perceptions, how it makes us feel. I guess only trying it out for yourself can offer any solidity. It's not all based on hokey voodoo, it's science. Kinda cool, really.
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    Vibrational energy in the form of sound can manipulate matter, to what extent remains debated.

    My absolute favorite music, Enigma. In 432 Hz -- it's pretty awesome. Actually, either 440 or 432, it's awesome. Anyway.

    432 Hz:


    A different Enigma song in 440:
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    I know for sure that flashing lights/strobes at certain frequencies have triggered epiliptic type seizures in individuals. So if it works with light, why not sound. Further, if certain types of head banger music at 440 htz really works up the masses that partake in that kind of thing, what would happen if their favorite stimuli were all changed to 432 htz? Would the prior effect be reduced or nulified? All of this might be interesting info to have on hand for physc ops
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    I listen to Enigma 24/7. I used to meditate to it, too. Out of all my affections for music, from classic rock to classical and back to modern heavy metal, I always find myself clicking on the Enigma playlist. Of course, I own every song made by Michael Cretu (Enigma), even his silly 80's rock music, which is kinda bad. He did well with Enigma, though. =)
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    Exactly. What I find amazing is the sand or even water with cymatics.




    Imagine how that may effect your brain with some headphones? Any music has an effect. It's amazing, really. And the Egyptians knew a lot about vibrational energy. So do the Freemasons, apparently.



    Now that's along the same lines, but also very intriguing. Using magnetism and/or sound energy to move large objects, or some type of ethereal hokus pokus --whatever.
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    Interesting concept. First a little background. I was a Rock guitarist for almost 25 years. I played in both 430 and 440 tunings. 430 was not that much easier to sing in really. It is just a half step down. It is simpler to just change key to save those vocal chords. I also sang Rock, Blues and even a brief stint in hard core Punk. Back to tuning, If a song was written in A and you tuned to 430 it would be in A flat Easier to just tune in 440 and play the song in G . I never noticed any difference in reactions to either tuning. What drives Rock and roll is the repetitive drive of the bass Guitar and Kick Drum. Volume also plays a huge part of Rock music driving people into a frenzy. If you want to see the frenzy stop just put 4 guitar players on the same stage. Without the drums and Bass even guys like Buckt head are boring after about 10 minutes no matter what key they play in or tuning they use.

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