Here’s Why You Should Convert Your Music To 432 Hz

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” – Nikola Tesla

“What we have called matter is energy, whose vibration has been so lowered as to be perceptible to the senses. There is no matter.” – Albert Einstein

Tesla said it. Einstein Agreed. Science proved it. It is a known fact that everything—including our own bodies—is made up of energy vibrating at different frequencies. That being said, can sound frequencies affect us? They sure can. Frequencies affect frequencies; much like mixing ingredients with other ingredients affects the overall flavor of a meal. The way frequencies affect the physical world has been demonstrated through various experiments such as the science of Cymatics and water memory.

The science of Cymatics illustrates that when sound frequencies move through a particular medium such as water, air or sand, it directly alters the vibration of matter. Below are pictures demonstrating how particles adjust to different frequencies. (Click here to watch a video demonstrating the patterns of sound frequencies)

Cymatics

Water memory also illustrates how our own intentions can even alter the material world. This has been demonstrated by Dr. Masaru Emoto, who has performed studies showing how simple intentions through sound, emotions and thoughts can dramatically shape the way water crystallizes. 


 

Water Memory

We all hold a certain vibrational frequency, not to mention our bodies are estimated to be about 70% water… so we can probably expect that musical frequencies can alter our own vibrational state. Every expression through sound, emotion or thought holds a specific frequency which influences everything around it—much like a single drop of water can create a larger ripple effect in a large body of water.

Music Frequency

With this concept in mind, let us bring our attention to the frequency of the music we listen to. Most music worldwide has been tuned to A=440 Hz since the International Standards Organization (ISO) promoted it in 1953. However, studies regarding the vibratory nature of the universe indicate that this pitch is disharmonious with the natural resonance of nature and may generate negative effects on human behaviour and consciousness. Certain theories even suggest that the nazi regime has been in favor of adopting this pitch as standard after conducting scientific researches to determine which range of frequencies best induce fear and aggression. Whether or not the conspiracy is factual, interesting studies and observations have pointed towards the benefits of tuning music to A=432 Hz instead.

432 Hz is said to be mathematically consistent with the patterns of the universe. Studies reveal that 432hz tuning vibrates with the universe’s golden mean PHI and unifies the properties of light, time, space, matter, gravity and magnetism with biology, the DNA code and consciousness. When our atoms and DNA start to resonate in harmony with the spiraling pattern of nature, our sense of connection to nature is said to be magnified. The number 432 is also reflected in ratios of the Sun, Earth, and the moon as well as the precession of the equinoxes, the Great Pyramid of Egypt, Stonehenge, the Sri Yantra among many other sacred sites.

“From my own observations, some of the harmonic overtone partials of A=432hz 12T5 appear to line up to natural patterns and also the resonance of solitons. Solitons need a specific range to form into the realm of density and span from the micro to the macro cosmos. Solitons are not only found in water mechanics, but also in the ion-acoustic breath between electrons and protons.” – Brian T. Collins

432 Hz vs. 440 Hz

color sound chartAnother interesting factor to consider is that the A=432 Hz tuning correlates with the color spectrum while the A=440 Hz is off.

The Solar Spectrum & The Cosmic Keyboard:
All of the frequencies in the spectrum are related in octaves, from gamma rays to subharmonics. These colors and notes are also related to our Chakras and other important energy centers. If we are to understand that (…) Chakras are connected to the Seven Rays of the Solar Spectrum, then the notes and frequencies we use for the same should be the same. A432 Hz is the tuning of the Cosmic Keyboard or Cosmic Pitchfork, as opposed to the A440 Hz modern ‘standard.’ It places C# at 136.10 Hz ‘Om,’ which is the main note of the Sitar in classical Indian music and the pitch of the chants of the Tibetan monks, who tell us ‘It comes from nature.’” – Dameon Keller

Let’s explore the experiential difference between A=440 Hz and A=432 Hz. The noticeable difference music lovers and musicians have noticed with music tuned in A=432 Hz is that it is not only more beautiful and harmonious to the ears, but it also induces a more inward experience that is felt inside the body at the spine and heart. Music tuned in A=440 Hz was felt as a more outward and mental experience, and was felt at the side of the head which projected outwards. Audiophiles have also stated that A=432hz music seems to be non-local and can fill an entire room, whereas A=440hz can be perceived as directional or linear in sound propagation.

“The ancients tuned their instruments at an A of 432 Hz instead of 440 Hz – and for a good reason. There are plenty of music examples on the internet that you can listen to, in order to establish the difference for yourself. Attuning the instrument to 432 Hz results in a more relaxing sound, while 440 Hz slightly tenses up to body. This is because 440 Hz is out of tune with both macrocosmos and microcosmos. 432 Hz on the contrary is in tune. To give an example of how this is manifested microcosmically: our breath (0,3 Hz) and our puls (1,2 Hz) relate to the frequency of the lower octave of an A of 432 Hz (108 Hz) as 1:360 and 1:90.” – innergarden.org

“The overall sound difference was noticeable, the 432 version sounding warmer, clearer and instantly sounded more listenable but the 440 version felt tighter, with more aggressive energy.” – Anonymous guitarist

The video below was created by someone with no preference or opinion on whether A=432 Hz or A=440 Hz is better. Therefore, the way both versions of the melody is played is unbiased. It is up to us to tune in and feel which one feels more harmonious to us!

Here’s another example:
David Helpling – Sticks and Stones in 440 hz: http://youtu.be/PewsS9Y9pVo
David Helpling – Sticks and Stones in 432 hz: http://youtu.be/w8KEVikJMck

I personally have enjoyed many bands, artists and styles of music even though they were tuning in A=440 hz, however by comparing a few songs in both A=432 hz and A=440 hz, I can feel and hear the difference. I wouldn’t say that my experience of 440hz music has turned me into an aggressive person, but I can understand how an entire population being exposed to music that is more mind directed as opposed to heart directed—not to mention all of the materialistic and ego-driven lyrics in most popular music—is a perfect combination to maintain a more discordant frequency and state of consciousness within humanity.

“Music based on C=128hz (C note in concert A=432hz) will support humanity on its way towards spiritual freedom. The inner ear of the human being is built on C=128 hz” – Rudolph Steiner

I cannot state with complete certainty that every idea suggested in this article is 100% accurate, nor am I an expert on the subject. For this reason, I suggest that we each do our own research on the matter with an open yet discerning mind if we are looking for scientific validation. However, we all possess intuition and the ability to observe without judgment—which can be just as valuable (if not more) as filling our heads with external data. It is therefore up to us to tone down the urge to jump to conclusions and instead EXPERIENCE the difference between A=440 Hz and A=432 Hz. To do so, we need to listen with our entire body and a neutral awareness as opposed to with our mental ideas, judgments and preconceptions. Let me know which frequency resonates more with you!

If you are interested in changing your music’s pitch to A=432 hz, click HERE to learn how to do it.

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  3. Here’s why “tuning to 432 Hz” won’t do any good in transcending the discordant frequency and state of consciousness within humanity:

    “Tuning” is a term with two simultaneous meanings. Because of this, one gets confused for the other and a crucial aspect of music gets left out of the picture, one that makes the “standard frequency” less important than the tuning system itself. The two meanings of tuning are:

    1. An abstract scale of sounds, defined through mathematical relationships between the fundamental tone and all other tones derived from it. With other words, every musical scale has a number of tones that are created from the fundamental tone by the simple mathematics of the harmonic series: 1, 2, 3, 4, … and so on. In our western culture there’s only one scale in use, having 12 tones, from which only 7 are used at any given time. This tuning system is called Equal Temperament, and is a close approximation of the numbers occurring naturally in the harmonic series.

    2. “Tuning” also refers to the oscillating frequency of the fundamental tone, which affects the system as a whole because all other tones are related to it. In common practice we take the 10th tone (from the total 12) to define this standard, so the mathematical relation between this 10th tone and the fundamental must be taken in consideration. With other words, it is not A=440Hz our current standard concert pitch, but C=261,62557…Hz, because from C to A there are 9 “semitones”, meaning the twelfth root of two – also written 2^(1/12) – multiplied 9 times by itself, or simply 2^(9/12), which reduces to 2^(3/4). Divide 440 by that, and you get the real standard frequency of equal temperament.

    Now, the most important think to remember is that frequencies do affect frequencies, and equal temperament is an artificial construct that cannot be found in nature.

    Movement is harmonic when it repeats the same cycle in exactly the same time. Harmonic sound moves like waves of energy fitting perfectly into each other. In equal temperament harmonics never cycle, because this tuning’s base is the twelfth root of two: 2^(1/12) or 1,0594630943593… (decimals go on forever), replacing almost entirely the harmonic progression of whole numbers from 1 to 12 with approximations made of irrational numbers that do not occur naturally. Equal tempered music generates disharmony, because its waves of energy never meet and cannot support resonance.

    There are many who advocate a tuning system called “Pythagorean”, that stops at harmonic 3. Although harmonically pure, it is located far away in the harmonic series, between harmonics 31104 and 62208 when having 11 tones (“tritone” excluded), or simply between 432 and 864 when having only 7. Yes, 432 is a number of the harmonic series defining musical (or architectural) ratios, and has nothing to do with its value in cycles per second or Hertz, and is very unlikely to find such numbers as harmonics in the sound of a single fundamental tone. Anyway, in order to work properly, this tuning system would have to have at least 53 tones per “octave”.

    Only after having a pure tuning system that can support resonance and is in tune with the nature and the universe, only then we can talk about a “standard frequency” for the fundamental tone. Until then, as long as we’re still using equal temperament, all the claims about the divinity of 432 Hz are left-brain fantasies. All we do know, through the observations made by Maria Renold using acoustic instruments, is that lowering the standard frequency a few Hertz WHILE CHANGING THE TUNING SYSTEM to other than equal temperament has certain effects, which we all can notice.

    More info: http://whatmusicreallyis.com/papers/sweet_poison.html

  4. An army leader Napoleon had an idea to change all that measures for chaotic units of all sorts into digits of TEN(10) …Like kilogram/gram, meter/milimeter, liter, watt, etc…and there was even a time to be changed and measured in decimals—but he failed. Thid measure was not accepted in real life-HENCE WE HAVE 12 hours, 60minutes,60 seconds..and upwards 24hours a week, 30/31days a month, 12months a year, a year is cca.365days>than we can measure years in 1000, 1.000000,….and from seconds down we measure miliseconds, microseconds,nanosec, etc.
    There was simple reason during history to change a pitch of a song just cos’ the singer/s couldn’t sing it if not in his/their bandwith-being alt, soprano, bariton…that’s why you can play some songs of Beatles in different key like F or C, cos’ it’s easier to sing with, or may be the chords are easier to play if you’re not an experienced guitar player,…another practical reason is an old instrument with old strings that could not afford a standard pitch-so it can be pitched lower and it’s all right. Some American pitches are even higher than 440 which was accepted as standard in Wienna in the previous centuries with the reason to unify/uniform the entire range of orchestras, ensembles, music bands, instruments….to remedy actually the chaos occured without an established standard.
    That’s why in music schools teach the transpositions of the particular key on the particualr instrument which is unfortunatelly sometimes more or less suitable for the particular instrument. That’s why you have B/Es/As instruments and E/A/D instruments or C/G/D…brass and woodwinds are not suitable to be played like guitar which are called E instruments as well.
    Always the violin has to addopt his pitch to piano and not vice versa..when performing a music piece for piano & violin. Violinist can raise or lover his tension of strings in the middle of a song-live/in real time! while pianist just can’t do it.
    Some heavy metall bands lower their pitch for the reason of the lower sub spectra of their bass and vocals for a secondo
    or even a third…
    I understand and appreciate that searching for a perfect math isn’t ended up with Keppler who wished to find the perfect solution for the revolutions of the planets of our solar system, happy ended, he found at last that the planets doesn’t revolute in perfect rings but they travel on their own elipses, so the entire system of the perfect mathematical system crashed/was ruined cos’ another fact was found out that build the new theory on another-new ground.
    The same thing is to research the vibrations of music which is based on the Hz/Khz/Mhz.. and from seconds/ms/.. which is in relation to what?! ..to 1 year…1 second is 1/0000…of a year??!!. But the year isn’t a perfect Milestone as well,..there were more days in the time of dinosaurus for 1 year than today,—so it’s not a perfect measure cos’ it vary in time!
    I prefer aproksimation in music…there was an early attempt of J.S.Bach as well: Das wohl temperierte Klavier …cos’ you’re not alone in the universe, niether you’re not the only and perfect musician in our society (on this globe).
    So far to cosider. Have fine playing music!!

    • Robert Watters

      Thank You Oskar , For Your Brilliant Analysis !! I’m Afraid , I was the One Who Began this Discussion !!

      • Hi! To start subject like this is great and very brave! I love science! But sometimes looks like we are not talking the same language.Music is a coversation/language/expresion of the art while math is the language of the science-it’s like standing on the oposite banks of the river called human activity.
        -It’s not a big deal to retune a guitar from 440Hz to 432Hz, but to retune an acoustic piano you wont be finished in an hour or so.By the way like I know every key -3strings- aren’t tuned unisono-(absolute the same pitch if you ask piano tuninig professionals). There are the music instruments with fixed pitch as well like cymbals,church organs,blowing instruments…what to do with them? The owners/ players still claim the value on them.
        -I’ve mentioned heavy metal bands (as it is sometimes considered not to be music) while they’re still playing in E major, they’ve lowered their pitch not even for a third or any x/12 interval of the scale but just to match the lowest possible bandwitdth with their band vox-mate.
        -While there’s not always easy to tranpose for a half a tone on particular instrument or a song. Majority of people don’t notice the 8Hz difference but likes music and enjoy in it pretty much.
        -BUT I mean as a electr.musician there’s an option and opportunity for audiofiles, blind testers and for master-mix experts and professionals to make a final mix in both tunnings-like there’s a mix in stereo, mono, 5.1surround,etc. Why not in two various pitches !!!? There’ll be a slight drop in tempo, maybe rythm or contrapuncto is going to become rittardandi/slower/different (tape recorders), or with todays technology it is possible to preserve one, both except the pitch without any drop or loss in quality of the recordings.
        -Imagine a standard color in visual art, standard smell…
        -So far it is hard to say Einstein was a great musician despite he used to play violin pretty well, as an astrophysician (rumors&facts..)he was not a masterfull mathematician, as to proclaim J.S.Bach for one of the greatest scientists.
        -I like science cos’ it’s on the way to search the truth, the reasonable solution, wants to help, demands logic explanation, fullfill. Music is more or less the art of emotions, but when you get into it, there’s a lot to study, to explore, to experiment and to uderstand at last too. I’ll try to read and UNDERSTAND very carefully all the comments, cos’ they’re very inteligent, interesting, from various universe(s).
        Enjoy in music art and a part of science that is dedicated to music!

  5. Ophir

    Here you will find the 432 player application. plays all your music in the 432hz concert pitch.
    Enjoy
    http://ophirpaztao.wix.com/432player

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  7. This is snake oil of the highest order. This guy explains why far better than I could…

    http://www.miltonline.com/2014/01/07/hertz-so-good/

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  10. Jay

    Please educate yourself before you believe the hype.

    Here is how to can educate yourself about this 432hz idea:
    http://www.miltonline.com/2014/01/07/hertz-so-good/

  11. How do you change your hertz?

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  14. If you tuned A from 440Hz to 432Hz, is anyone going to seriously tell me that the music which people would write in “432Hz” would sound any different? No it wouldn’t, they would just write the musical notes differently and their musical composition would remain the same. Think about it – you have a tune in your head right? That tune isn’t in “440Hz” or any Hz, pitch or key. Only once you write it down does it become this evil “440Hz” because that’s just the international musical standard for the note A. If A was suddenly changed to 432Hz, would that tune you originally had in your head sound any different? Nope, it would just be written differently because A is now 432Hz. All 440Hz is is a standard for writing music not how it sounds.

    • Skruffyhound

      I know logic seems to be on your side. Playing guitar, however, I notice a big difference if I tune down. Those same chords are all “8 cents” lower and they seem warmer. I think the difference may be that acoustic instruments sometimes resonate better at frequencies other than standard tuning. Some guitarists find the strongest resonating frequency of their instrument and tune to fit in with that. It can really make the guitar sing.

  15. Back in the “good old days” the technology to measure frequency in Hz did not exist, so while I do enjoy playing music in 432 Hz and find it more harmonious, I want to point out that in the past musicians did not tune to 432 Hz as a standard. Read more here: http://www.soundfromtheheart.com/2012/12/432-hz-compared-to-440-hz.html

    To see an experiment I did with a couple of friends with 528 Hz, check out this page: http://www.soundfromtheheart.com/2013/06/528-hz-experiment.html

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  17. nat

    I tuned my guitar to 432Hz and put the capo on 5th fret. The strings resonate open from EADGBE at > 108, 144, 192, 256.9, 324, 432.
    30 min playing with capo on 5th…….amazing. Tune, then tune test at 5th then play. Feel for yourselves

  18. Logan

    Sorry, but I feel like screaming my opinions right now lol. All you are doing is making the key of a song one semitone (one half step) below the original, when changing the Hz from 440 to 432. No, it does not always make the song sound better, because sometimes a song sounds better when pitched down and sometimes it does not. Same thing goes with increasing the pitch. it all depends on your taste in musical keys. In the example guitar video, “A=440hz” was played in C major, while “A=432hz” was played in B major. In my preference, A=440hz actually sounded better. But if “A=440hz” was B major, and “A=432hz” was B flat, then I would definitely prefer A=432hz. A song generally sounds more pleasing to the ears when pitched, so that is why everyone is saying it sounds better. They would be saying the same thing if it was a change from 440hz to 448hz. I don’t mean to be negative, but this is what I believe :)

    • Enabl3r

      Logan, you are correct. Those above have bought into this fallacy, but the truth is that colour hearing truly does exist. If you listen to any Bach piece transposed, this is very apparent. Sometimes people just need some sort of finite explanation. With that being said, I’ll say that overall I generally prefer the key of B major over B-flat!

    • Javajunkie

      Totally agree Logan. More mumbo jumbo from the anti-nazi, devil music conspiracy nutters! I heard zero difference from the samples of classical music in 432 vs 440. If you can convince yourself fantastic but my ears and brain doesnt agree that there much but a slight pitch change and it certainly didnt enlighten me as much as my morning coffee!

    • pollekepiekhaar

      Logan, I just checked this and what you are claiming is incorrect. I am also having serious doubts about this 432 Hz thing. But it is incorrect that 432 is one semitone down from 440 Hz: 415,3047 Hz is one semitone down from 440 Hz..

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