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A4 = 432 Hz








The modern A4 = 440 Hz tuning is a Nazi imposition that has stuck. That history is explained on soem of the websites linked below.


A4 = 432 Hz is a natural, cosmic standard :

http://www.phy.mtu.edu/~suits/notefreq432.html

A4 = 432 Hz Equal Tempered Scale


Note             Hz 

C0                  16.05   [ MP3 ]
C#0/Db0        17.01   [ MP3 ]
D0                  18.02   [ MP3 ]
D#0/Eb0        19.09   [ MP3 ]
E0                  20.23
   [ MP3 ]
F0                  21.43
   [ MP3 ]
F#0/Gb0        22.70
  [ MP3 ]
G0                 24.05
   [ MP3 ]
G#0/Ab0       25.48
   [ MP3 ]
A0                 27.00   [ MP3 ]
A#0/Bb0       28.61
   [ MP3 ]
B0                 30.31   [ MP3 ]
C1                 32.11
  [ MP3 ]
C#1/Db1       34.02
   [ MP3 ]
D1                 36.04
   [ MP3 ]
D#1/Eb1       38.18
   [ MP3 ]
E1                 40.45
   [ MP3 ]
F1                 42.86
   [ MP3 ]
F#1/Gb1       45.41
   [ MP3 ]
G1                48.11
   [ MP3 ]
G#1/Ab1      50.97
   [ MP3 ]
A1                54.00
   [ MP3 ]
A#1/Bb1      57.21
   [ MP3 ]
B1                60.61
   [ MP3 ]
C2                64.22
  [ MP3 ]
C#2/Db2      68.04
   [ MP3 ]
D2                72.08
   [ MP3 ]
D#2/Eb2      76.37
   [ MP3 ]
E2                80.91   [ MP3 ]
F2                85.72
  [ MP3 ]
F#2/Gb2      90.82
   [ MP3 ]
G2               96.22
    [ MP3 ]
G#2/Ab2     101.94
  [ MP3 ]
A2               108.00
   [ MP3 ]
A#2/Bb2     114.42
   [ MP3 ]
B2               121.23   [ MP3 ]
C3               128.43   [ MP3 ]
C#3/Db3     136.07   [ MP3 ]
D3               144.16   [ MP3 ]
D#3/Eb3     152.74   [ MP3 ]
E3               161.82   [ MP3 ]
F3               171.44   [ MP3 ]
F#3/Gb3     181.63   [ MP3 ]
G3               192.43   [ MP3 ]
G#3/Ab3     203.88   [ MP3 ]
A3               216.00   [ MP3 ]
A#3/Bb3     228.84   [ MP3 ]
B3               242.45   [ MP3 ]
C4               256.87   [ MP3 ]
C#4/Db4     272.14   [ MP3 ]
D4               288.33   [ MP3 ]
D#4/Eb4     305.47
   [ MP3 ]
E4               323.63   [ MP3 ]
F4               342.88   [ MP3 ]
F#4/Gb4     363.27   [ MP3 ]
G4              384.87
   [ MP3 ]
G#4/Ab4    407.75
   [ MP3 ]
A4              432.00
   [ MP3 ]
A#4/Bb4    457.69
   [ MP3 ]
B4              484.90   [ MP3 ]
C5              513.74
   [ MP3 ]
C#5/Db5    544.29
   [ MP3 ]
D5              576.65
   [ MP3 ]
D#5/Eb5    610.94 
   [ MP3 ]
E5              647.27    [ MP3 ]
F5              685.76 
   [ MP3 ]
F#5/Gb5    726.53
   [ MP3 ]
G5              769.74
   [ MP3 ]
G#5/Ab5    815.51
   [ MP3 ]
A5              864.00
   [ MP3 ]
A#5/Bb5    915.38
   [ MP3 ]
B5              969.81
   [ MP3 ]
C6             1027.47
   [ MP3 ]
C#6/Db6   1088.57
   [ MP3 ]
D6             1153.30
   [ MP3 ] 
D#6/Eb6   1221.88    [ MP3 ]
E6             1294.54 
   [ MP3 ]
F6             1371.51
   [ MP3 ] 
F#6/Gb6   1453.07   [ MP3 ]
G6             1539.47
   [ MP3 ]
G#6/Ab6   1631.01
   [ MP3 ]
A6              1728.00 
   [ MP3 ]
A#6/Bb6    1830.75    [ MP3 ]
B6              1939.61    [ MP3 ]

C7              2054.95
   [ MP3 ]
C#7/Db7    2177.14    [ MP3 ]
D7              2306.60 
   [ MP3 ]
D#7/Eb7    2443.76    [ MP3 ]
E7              2589.07  
  [ MP3 ]
F7              2743.03 
   [ MP3 ]
F#7/Gb7    2906.14
  [ MP3 ]
G7             3078.95 
   [ MP3 ]
G#7/Ab7   3262.03
   [ MP3 ]
A7             3456.00
   [ MP3 ]
A#7/Bb7   3661.50
   [ MP3 ]
B7             3879.23 
   [ MP3 ]
C8             4109.90    [ MP3 ]
C#8/Db8   4354.29    [ MP3 ]
D8             4613.21
    [ MP3 ]
D#8/Eb8    4887.52
    [ MP3 ]
E8              5178.15 
   [ MP3 ]
F8              5486.06    [ MP3 ]
F#8/Gb8    5812.28
   [ MP3 ]
G8             6157.89     [ MP3 ]
G#8/Ab8   6524.06    [ MP3 ]
A8              6912.00    [ MP3 ]
A#8/Bb8    7323.01    [ MP3 ]
B8              7758.46    [ MP3 ]


http://www.phy.mtu.edu/~suits/NoteFreqCalcs.html

Equations for the Frequency Table

The basic formula for the frequencies of the notes of the equal tempered scale is given by
fn = f0 * (a)n
where
f0 = the frequency of one fixed note which must be defined. A common choice is setting the A above middle C (A4) at f0 = 440 Hz.
n = the number of half steps away from the fixed note you are. If you are at a higher note, n is positive. If you are on a lower note, n is negative.
fn = the frequency of the note n half steps away.
a = (2)1/12 = the twelth root of 2 = the number which when multiplied by itself 12 times equals 2 = 1.059463094359...

The wavelength of the sound for the notes is found from
Wn = c/fn
where W is the wavelength and c is the speed of sound. The speed of sound depends on temperature, but is approximately 345 m/s at "room temperature."



http://www.sacred-geometry.es/?q=en/content/concert-pitch-a432-and-c128

 On the concert pitch A=432 and C=128

Table 1 compares the frequencies of the individual tones using the three tuning methods, in the previous two scales as well as in the Just Intervals Scale.



http://www.harmonymixer.com/blog/432-hz-music-a-higher-state-of-consciousness/

432 Hz Music …A Higher State of Consciousness?




...So let’s look at the A=432 Hz music scale

There are a few ways to calculate this so we’ll look at the 2 most important scales – Pythagorean and Ptolemy tuning and compare them to the 440Hz scale.

440 Hz v 432 Hz

The first thing you may notice is that when A=432 all of the main notes are now whole numbers.

Not only that, all of the main notes in the A=432 Hz scale are found in the most harmonics numbers chart.



How the table works

The column down starts at 1 and is then 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 etc
The row across starts at 1 and is then 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 etc
The numbers in the middle are the sums of the columns and rows multiplied e.g 432 is 16 x 27

In the first column we can see 256 highlighted. This is note C from the A=432Hz musical scale …and so is every other number in this column. When you double the number to 512, 1024 etc, you are going up an octave each time. Likewise, halving the number to 128, 64 etc is going down an octave each time.

In the 2nd column every note is G in the A=432Hz scale.

Every number in the 3rd column is the note D, and so on.

Every number in this table corresponds to a note in the A=432Hz scale.

Platonic solids

The 5 platonic solids are said to be the building blocks of matter. These figures and their different combinations, reveal every possible molecular structure and every possible geometrical law, forming our physical reality.

When you add up all the angles within these 3D shapes you get:

Tetrahedron 180 x 4 = 720 which is Note F# in the A432Hz musical scale (an octave above 360)
Cube (360 x 6) 2160* (Note A)
Octahedron 1440* (Note D)
Dodecahedron 6480* (Note E)
Icosahedron 3600* (Note F#)

* You may think that 1440 can not be musically harmonious with 144 (note D), but it is. If you multiply a frequency by 10 you will get it’s 10th harmonic overtone which is 3 octaves + a major third, so adding or removing 0’s is no problem at all from a musical and harmonic point of view. [2]



http://themindunleashed.org/2015/09/the-a432-hz-frequency-dna-tuning-and-the-bastardization-of-music.html

The A = 432 Hz Frequency: DNA Tuning and the Bastardization of Music

Diameter of sun = 864,000 miles (432 x 2)

Diameter of moon = 2,160 miles (5 x 432 = 2,160)

2+1+6+0 resolves to a 9, as does 4+3+2 = 9 and 5 x 9 = 45 and 4 + 5 = 9 as well.

Precession of the Equinoxes of Earth = 25,920 years (60 x 432) [x]


C#=544 Hz, NOT 554 Hz! A.K.A The Breakthrough that Didn’t Quite Break Through

In a ground-breaking research collaboration initiated in the late 1980s, biologist David Deamer and composer Susan Alexjander sought to directly ascertain the frequencies emitted by the bases of our DNA (A, G, C, T). They did this by directly measuring the infrared absorption spectra of DNA molecules. These DNA frequencies were then arranged as “scales” of tones, and subsequently used as the basis for Alexjander’s musical compositions...

..Then, after weeks and weeks of experimentation with different sound combinations, a “tonal center” began to emerge. One pitch in particular seemed to lend meaning and coherency to the challenging microtonal morass — a pitch common to all four bases: C#(!)

    Adenine: 545.6 Hz

    Guanine: 550

    Thymine: 543.4

    Cytosine: 537.8

    Average DNA Hz = 544.2

[ Susan Alexjander, The Infrared Frequencies of DNA Bases, as Science and Art, http://www.oursounduniverse.com/articles/IEEE.html ]



http://recreatingbalance1.blogspot.com/2014/09/how-to-easily-convert-any-music-to.html

How to convert any music from 440hz to 432hz
 
(Note : This protocol is to convert music from 440hz to 432hz. If the music was originally made in 432hz then using this protocol will make it out of tune. Almost all music nowadays is in 440hz, except a lot (but not all) of Indian traditional music which is still made in 432hz, as well as some traditional Tibetan or didgeridoo music, and a few other isolated cases.)

Download the free software Audacity here

https://sourceforge.net/projects/audacity/

Then download this little plug-in here in order to be able to save files in mp3

http://lame.buanzo.org/

First we need to create a protocol, and then you will be able to apply it quickly and easily to any file or group of files.
Open Audacity, click on the 'File' tab on the top left corner, then 'Edit chains', and then 'Add' on the bottom left corner.
Enter the name you want for the protocol, for example 432, then click on insert. Then double click on 'TimeScale', and then edit parameters.
Then type -1.818 in both (%) boxes and click Ok :

Then click ok again, then click on insert, and double click on 'Exportmp3', and click Ok.
 
Tutorial :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I47DfhmVztM

How to Batch Convert Music to 432 Hz in Audacity






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