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.
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?
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