While every object in this world practically makes noise music instruments are designed to produce certain frequencies called the musical pitch. A grand piano is an instrument that produces one of the widest range of pitches. A grand piano has 88 keys and each key hits a certain string inside the body of the piano and produces a sound wave with a unique pitch. This is true about all musical instruments. Rather than just making noise instruments produce sound waves tuned to the musical scale. Below is a image of the 88 keys that can be found on a grand piano and the relation it has to the guitar and the bass guitar.
The main thing to take note about the image above is the frequency that each key produces. Lets take a look at the first key on a piano which is the A/B# key. When this key is played it produces a sound wave with the frequency of 27.5 Hz which is a low frequency but is audible by humans. Now lets take a look at key number 13 which is also an A/B# key. This key, however, is in octave 1 and not octave 0. That means that key 13 (A1) is an octave above key 1 (A0). Also notice that key 13 is twice the pitch of key 1. Basically key 13 produces a frequency precisely twice as much as key 1. If you were to play all of the A notes one after the other you will hear a relevant pitch. This applies to the rest of the keys on a piano.
The image below is an up close look at octave 4 and the intervals.
All other music instruments, such as the guitar and bass, follow the same concept producing sounds that remain within the musical pitch. However bass guitars produce lower sub frequencies while guitars produce higher pitches with clarity. A grand piano produces a wide range of tones from sub frequencies to pitches higher than most musical instruments.
Why is A4=440Hz the western music tuning standard?
Music in the western world is almost entirely tuned to a frequency that is driving mankind into madness. You are about to learn how the Illuminati is using musical warfare to disable your third eye. You’ll learn how you can fight back. You’ll never listen to music the same!
Around 1928 America began using the A4=440Hz reference as their standard for tuning acoustic instruments. Prior to that the standard was A4=435Hz which was the Austrian tuning standard. So what does A4=440Hz tuning mean?
The idea of A4=440Hz is that the A tone above middle C in the 4th octave should be tuned to a frequency of 440 Hertz and every tone above or below A4 should be a interval of that frequency. The image below shows the frequencies of each note on a piano if A4=440HZ:
Notice that the A note in the 4th octave is tuned to 440 Hertz and every other A is a multiple or evenly divisible by 440. That is why all A notes sound alike only sounding an octave above or below. Same thing applies to the rest of the notes. In 1955 this method of tuning became the American standard and was recognized by most of western Europe. So why is this tuning standard bad?
Many people believe that this tuning standard was adopted by globalist to manipulate the natural frequency of human beings and that the actual frequency of A was kept a secret to empower the elite. Sounds like another crazy sci-fi movie plot right? Let’s suspend our disbelieve for a second. What if beings could actually be manipulated by tuning their music to a frequency of madness. Can you imagine how this can be used and abused by anyone seeking to be the controller of mankind. If I can write a woman a song to make her fall in love with me I would already have her up under my arm. I would need like 10 arms lol jk. But seriously there is no doubt that music can influence us positively and negatively. Even if a song with this standard tuning can put us in a happy mood so what’s the problem. In a nutshell, and this my simple way of explaining something that can get as complicated as marriage, tuning A to 440Hz is a bad idea because it isn’t evenly divisible by 12 ¯\_(ツ)_/¯. I mean think about it. 12 is probably the most magical number in this galaxy and mathematicians have proven this. We have 12 months in a year, 12 zodiacs, Jesus had 12 disciples, 12 inches in a foot, 12 days of Christmas, we have 12 tones in an octave, even eggs come in twelves. So if you equal 12 why would you listen to something that’s divisible by 11? I won’t go into the symbolism and conspiracy of the number 11. I’ll leave that up to your imagination.
To add fuel to flames subliminals are strategically places in music, movies and even cartoons to depict themselves as a member or a secret society. Signs may include 5 corner stars, the cover of one eye, pyramids, pine cones and even owls. But if you enlighten yourself you’ll learn that neither one of these signs are evil nor do they represent Satan contrary to belief. If you learn about sacred geometry (I’ll go into how this relates to music scales in a later post) you learn fun facts about shapes and patterns on pine cones, owls and even patterns in music.
Sacred geometry shows why A4=432Hz is a more harmonious frequency to man and woman. 432 is divisible by 12 and it is a number that is in the dimensional matrix. I’ll write a separate post on 432Hz tuning, how to tune your instruments to 432Hz and why this is a more harmonious frequency to beings. So should you stop making music using the standard A=440Hz tuning?
I don’t think you should absolutely stop using 440 as a tuning reference. I mean it isn’t proven that today’s problems are a direct result of 440Hz tuning and the average listener wont be able to tell the difference. Plus it’s the standard. If you’re a guitarist in a band you would have to convince the rest of the team to tune their instruments because you think your music is going to drive the world into an apocalyptic paradigm.
Any who! Let me know what you think in the comments below. Should more musicians be held accountable for musically Hert(z)ing us and gathering us up like herds of sheep?
How to tune your instruments to A4=432Hz
It is believed that listening to music tuned to 432Hz intervals can tune your conscience to planet earths frequency which is about 8Hz. As a result of being tuned to nature you can relief stress and attract positive vibes. Imagine a world of natural tuned beings. Many believe that the ancient Egyptians new about these geometrical and mathematical frequency intervals.
432Hz tuning is also known as “scientific tuning,” and also as “Verdi’s A.” Around the time when people still believed that planet earth was the center of the universe a french physicist, Joseph Sauveur, proposed the scientific pitch to, Italian orchestral composer, Giuseppe Verdi, and suggested that he adopt this idea because It is in tune with nature. Many musicians had their own approach at tuning and would tune their instruments anywhere from A4=383Hz to A4=421Hz. Many musicians resisted Saveur’s proposition. The standard at that time was A4=435Hz. America later pushed for 5Hz increase.
The simple way of explaining why A4=432Hz should be the tuning standard is because 432 is divisible by 12 evenly. The chart below shows the frequency of C in each octave if A4=432Hz. Notice that C-4 has a frequency of 1Hz. Every octave that follows doubles in pitch. As you can see this tuning scale is in tune with the number matrix as oppose to today’s western standard (440hz) which has stressful looking numbers.
So how do you tune your instruments to to Verdi’s A? It’s simple!. For your acoustic instruments i recommend this tuner below (Korg CA-1 Chromatic tuner). All you have to do is calibrate the reference frequency down from 440Hz to 432Hz. Then tune your strings as you normally would according to the strings note.
You can also tune down the master pitch on digital keyboards. For example: on a Yamaha Motif XS you can get to the master pitch setting by pressing utility, F1 and then SF1 below the screen (Utility > General > Play). In the “Tune” setting bring the value down -31.8 cents. That will set your A reference to 432Hz.
You can even set this up in DAWs such as FL Studios. Just bring the Master Pitch Fader down -32 cents. You can also play an A4 note on a synthesizer and user your Korg tuner to achieve the desired pitch on the Master Pitch Fader
I plan on producing most of my music in this scale and will no longer use A4=440Hz tuning. Let me know what y’all think in the comments below.
C5=528Hz tuning. The DNA healing tuning scale
Here is another alternative tuning scale called “The DNA healing” scale. The frequency 528Hz alone is believed to have healing effects on your body, soul and mind by resonating the heart. In theory all living creatures such as birds and other living creatures sing in this scale therefore becoming in harmony with planet Earth. Similar to bees that are needed to pollinate flowers. That means that us human creatures who are in tune to, our now standard, A4=440Hz frequency are not in harmony with Earth causing our DNA to diminished in return shutting down part of our brain.
According to DR. Leonard Horowitz music centered around C5=528Hz can heal damages DNA. He argues that, contrary to scientific belief, DNA is not set in stone and that DNA can be altered even in your adult life. The way it works is that by drinking plenty of micro-clustered water and bringing your heart up to speed the micro-clustered water can more easily flow through your DNA and washing out impurities. The regular bond water we typically drink can’t flow through our DNA as effectively leaving your DNA unchanged. I would add that adopting a plant based diet may speed up the effects.
So how do you tune your instruments to C5=528Hz? It’s simple!. For your acoustic instruments I recommend this tuner below (Korg CA-1 Chromatic tuner). All you have to do is calibrate the reference frequency up from 440Hz to 444Hz. Then tune your strings as you normally would according to the strings note.
You can also tune up the master pitch on digital keyboards. For example: on a Yamaha Motif XS you can get to the master pitch setting by pressing utility, F1 and then SF1 below the screen (Utility > General > Play). In the “Tune” setting bring the value up +18.5 cents. That will set your A reference to 444Hz.
You can even set this up in DAWs such as FL Studios. Just bring the Master Pitch Fader up +18 cents. You can also play an A4 note on a synthesizer and user your Korg tuner to achieve the desired pitch on the Master Pitch Fader
I plan on composing R&B’ish music in this scale as an experiment. I hope many more of you consider using an alternate tuning scale other than A4=440Hz. I’d like to hear what you guys/gals think. Do ya’ll think it’s possible to heal DNA through frequencies or is this all bologna?