Are you aware that scientists have proven that “matter has memory?”
Everything in our created universe has a resonant frequency
Light, color, and sound interact together
Frequencies can be destructive or healing
Music affects us on all levels of consciousness: physical, emotional, and intellectually
These articles go into further detail and are quite a bit more lengthy than a standard blog post…
This article delves into the history of tuning musical instruments since the Renaissance era. I explain how instruments are tuned and how certain notes are “set” as the main tuning note. Concert Pitch and Temperament are terms that people often interchange but by musical definitions, have two separate meanings.
Temperament is the art of “tempering” or changing the distance between notes so they are more in tune. This can be done either by ear, with the aid of a tuning fork, or with an electronic device. Believe it or not… our musical scale is not in tune with itself so musicians have found creative methods of tuning so that chords and key signatures sound at least half-way decent.
In this article, I do a little experiment via the use of YouTube videos. After watching 30 videos and writing down the main (key note) pitches that my tuner registered, I found some amazing similarities. Check out my results!
This was the article that got the research bug going for this entire website. Many people ask me why I don’t use the 396, 417, 528, 741, and 852 frequencies. In this article, I present information that suggests that if they are musical frequencies, the information that’s being put out about them has conflicting evidence according to what we know and understand about music theory.