432Hz Tuning Note “A”

If you need to tune your instrument you can tune by ear to the pitch A=432Hz tuning tone below.
Guitar players tune your “A” string to this tone and then tune the harmonics at the 5th and 7th fret to get them in tune. You will find over time that A=432Hz helps that pesky “G” note on the “E” string that always sounds “out,” depending on intonation adjustment at the saddles of your bridge.

 

432Hz A TUNING NOTE
432HzTuningTone by The Frequency Guy

 

Sound Experiment
You can also use the tone above for mantra chanting and general sound purposes.  Try resonating glass of purified or distilled water with a 432Hz tuning fork. Then repeat the experiment in a controlled manner with 256Hz, 440Hz, 528Hz tuning forks. Sound strange? Try a taste sensation test before and after each resonation of different frequency. Try in random order, then in succession. Is there a noticeable difference? what is your observation? is it more just a sensation of feeling? or instead a noticeable difference in the texture of the water?
An unbiased academic and independent long term study needs to be performed in participation to draw empirical conclusions on this phenomena.

 

 

Disclaimer:

Any sound healing treatments are not intended to replace functional medicine or the need for health practitioners, including but not limited to diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of any health-related condition associated with any life form.
If you or any person or animal for which you are responsible has a medical condition, please consult with the health practitioner of your choice.
Because frequency delivery systems such as stereos and speakers are highly variable in design and output, Brian Collins makes no claim or warranty, express or implied, that use of such frequency information will achieve any specific outcome.
Furthermore, provision of frequency information is not intended to imply that use of it could affect any animal, plant, or human functionality or health-related condition or state of being, in any specific manner.
Living systems are complex, and results from use of the frequency information offered here may vary.

 

 

 

6 Commentsto 432Hz Tuning Note “A”

  1. thomas says:

    very interesting ..i have heard this tone in my recording of bowls …

    thomas

    • admin says:

      You Will find many authentic Bowls are variations of the tunings 432Hz 256Hz 128Hz all which are incredible and related to 432Hz I had an E 324Hz (432 tuning) that I used on the track “Fire” from my first 432Hz album the “Frequency of Light” and they are more resonant than the machine turned 440Hz ones. Sound just propagates better with instruments tuned at 432Hz Bless and thanks for visiting -Brian T Collins

  2. Is there a way to pitch my voice to this if that makes any sense?

    • admin says:

      Yes you can practice to the A=432Hz tuning not on this site such running a proper solfeggio from that such as do re me fa sol la te do 432ha is very natural for the voice and will not strain vocal chords as higher tuning such as 440Hz and 444Hz does.
      Or if you mean pitch your voice in a studio that has already been recorded at 440Hz then yes, there is software available to do it. If you wanted it done professionally I could handle that for you at a rate according to you budget feel free to contact me further regards Brian T Collins

  3. Barbara Loffredo says:

    Would you please explain your position on the 432 movement vs the 528 movement?
    Horowitz says 528 is love. You say 432 is nature.
    Horowitz likens the 528 as a stone thrown in water, emanating a circular wave. To me, circles are like cubes, we begin at a point and end at the same point.
    You promote the golden mean spiral, which is never at the same point twice.
    Is that the difference?
    Is it the difference between infinite life and absolute death?

    • admin says:

      I prefer to use hands on approach rather than idealistic speculation. I use 432Hz as my personal choice based on scientific empirical A Posteriori observations of nature and the relationship to prime numbers. I have never claimed that 432 “is” nature as an absolute, but I have been quoted as stating 432Hz for pitch centre is more natural. The difference being one argument of logic is secular as absolute and the other is open. People often loose the origin in translation. There is a lot of issues of intonation that has not been talked about regarding the secular debate of 432Hz Vs 528Hz. First let us examine the current international ISO standard.
      The arbitrary international standard of A=440Hz Equal Temperament was a compromise of three systems closing the tone spiral into a circle of imperfect fifths. The general material acceptance of Equal Temperament was largely consensus driven; that musicians needed a standard system of tuning and intonation to in order to be more consonant through international regulation.
      This hypothesis was based generally on different air temperature pressure variance in different concert halls so woodwinds could sit more in tune. However using one central pitch as an international standard has to be readdressed due to the nature of subtle changes in gravity, light and air pressure at different locations of the planet.
      Quantum physics is charting new territory in the bridging of science with phenomena and music in terms of frequency, and more study needs to be done not just independently but also in academic musical co-operation by participation rather than defensive secular argument of A=440Hz Equal Temperament.
      Now the unregulated internet is flooded with counter claims of A=444Hz (C=528Hz) which may be too high for most vocalists regardless of temperament and may put too much tension on stringed instruments which may warp and damage such instruments over time. I have interviewed several professional vocalists and they attest their vocal chords are strained at higher tunings.
      More long term study need to be done by both academic scientists, independent and pseudo scientists on this issue.
      Regardless of the tuning centres rising and falling like the tide over the last few hundred years I prefer personally to use A=432Hz or C=256Hz as the middle ground. Because of the issues of the arbitrary compromise of Equal Temperament both A=432Hz and C=256Hz (Dubbed Philosophers Pitch) do not line up within the same E.T. tuning, but they do align in the Maria Renolds Twelve True Fifths Tuning and the outcome is magnificent.
      Bone for example resonates a C=256Hz. Doctors use this frequency in practice to find tiny hairline fractures. Graham Jackson (A.R.C.T. Mus.Bac) former faculty of Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto and Waldorf school attests to this when I spoke with him several years ago. He also has been using 12T5 tuning for his pianos for years and is happy with the result.
      The logic claimed for tuning to A=444Hz under the marketing claim of C=528Hz is erroneous. The alleged “lost solfeggio” is pure speculative and is in truth a dissonant non-solfeggio scale having no musical consonant relation which is essential for a real solfeggio scale, regardless if the tuning intonation is Equal Temperament, (E.T.) Just, Mean, Werckmeister, True, Pythagorean, Lambdoma, Infinite Nines or Twelve True Fifths. (12T5)
      Joseph Puleo arbitrarily added Hertz values to biblical gematria purely out of speculation without scientific empirical research or theory into the sensation of tone in music or consonant intervals. The harmonic values are purely mathematical and have no harmonic musical consonance of intonation.
      They may perhaps cause cognitive dissonance in the listener due to the stress of un-consonant binaural beats impacting the inner ear and brain.
      I feel a participative study is in order to validate this hypothesis.

      Len Horowitz a former dentist picked up the “lost solfeggio” from Joseph Puleo as a means of marketing his own products, not that there is anything wrong with that, it’s just been convoluted over time as an accepted fact without proper due diligence of the persons claiming it as fact, Like wise in the flood of new age pseudo opinions; many have adopted the alleged lost solfeggio as a means to profit off of arbitrary pseudo-creationist/new age claims that cannot stand up to both academic, independent and pseudo scientific study.
      Love for an example from a metaphysical and ontological perception may be a limitless emotional feeling and concept that cannot be scaled into one frequency, so making a claim that Love “is” 528Hz can easily be dismissed in any realm of logic whether materialist, metaphysical, ontological or realist or any other branch of Philosophy. The presumption that Love is 528Hz/528 as an absolute is erroneous, but instead has merit and potential as a half truth in logic.
      A=432Hz is not absolute, nor is A=440Hz, nor is A=444Hz, nor is C=528Hz. These are choices and ideas of music pitch centres to explore the different sensations of tunings and intonations, each to be experienced personally rather than theorised in armchair militant secular arguments of “This” versus “That”.

      Objectively A=444Hz has to be put to question and proper study as a concert pitch standard due to the added physical strain on vocal chords and instruments regardless of intonation that may occur over time.

      After 33 years in music as a professional, I choose A=432Hz for music.” -Brian T Collins

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