Both my synths will tune about the same to that range of frequencies and both have 432Hz I can tune to. Ah, what can I say. My ear is flat, because
for a long time now, it has just been that way. I used to be dead-on but after any kind of number of years, I've been doing something else, I guess.
However, I can not decide whether it was just me going flat or just getting older. However, my JD-800 has a couple of keys near the high end of the
keyboard that do not work. (I should get those fixed and have no idea why but that may be electronics of the modern day.) One should use the darn
synth sometimes, but again, I am just scattered too much and computer programming is taking time if I ever get anywhere. But back to music, I guess
for some reason I was flat with the hearing after awhile of not really being all listening to music and all of that anyway.
Anyway, that is not all that important.
What can I say about 432Hz in words though. I do not know, but I guess again for a long time for some reason I would think that with A=440Hz that the
E note (you tune to for low E on the guitar) would sound sharp and almost like F. So perhaps there is something to that tuning to A=432Hz except then
when I do put on like an old live album of Al DiMeola (sorry it is dark in here and late now and the snowstorm has not helped lately with the sinuses)
or any record. I think it is snap or something, hard to explain. A band I guess wants to snap. Well, perhaps it is agitation in the end, like be more
alive even if it hurts. But going back a long time ago, maybe that is why people left the dance. It could be just musicians and the songs were not
what was wanted. Actually probably most people would not hear the difference, but perhaps in the end with the senses, there would be a difference. I
do not know for sure since I am not out and about much anymore. It always seemed a little hyper to me though. It just seems that the blood pressure
would go down and it may be more relaxed then with A=432Hz but again I am not sure. Usually I find I am different that way. Old synths now, and I am
sure that someone else would like different brands (companies like Kurweill or whatever, I never keep up with it) of synth, but at the time -- hey it
was programmable with the JD-800 and being simple that just happened. The other synth is considered not as good as the JV2080 or whatever they have
now, but good enough for me. Afterall being used now they cost a lot less than when new and that, that was now years ago. I was joking about the
fretless guitar. Well, never would have got a Hammond Organ to tune to that though. (but there is the off and on switch.)
Actually I tried 436Hz also, which I kinda like also. I guess it depends on what a person gets used to. Someone though probably would come along and
condemn it though and the others may not have an opinion on tuning to that frequency of 432Hz. Maybe why all that booze was drunk up in the end. I
doubt if many people would know the difference though, although it may resonant better being at A=432Hz. The sound is different though, and that is
for sure. Well, learn something new everyday. Right now being away from music for quite awhile, my ear likes it though, although I have listened to
music but for a different reason lately. I just do not expect to grit my teeth like when A=440Hz though also. But then, that may be something that was
just a part of playing at A=440Hz. It is kind of expected I guess to make one move and be more agitated in the end. Kind of like this world -- mucked
Actually I just use the JV1080 usually but it is a box:
er, sound module:
Ah, not my usual type song, but something I guess:
A few of the sounds where my own, but new batteries changed that. Well, I may have those sounds on floppies somewhere around. (sounds stored like for
loading up sounds you made at one time, before the batteries go out.)(date of song is earlier than actually listed but only got put up for some
reason, which is just to put it up I guess.)
It's my version of the John Titor story and a sad song at that.
Yes, one can spend many a year on one of these things and not even play it, just change the sounds around and make up new ones.
At least I got a newer computer and a newer version of Cakewalk. Have not tried too many others, just got use to that one, and with all the editing I
had to do, it works and don't cost all that much either. ($30-40) Although I know what free programs are and all of that, Cakewalk does work
Only a part-time if any time for it type hobby now if that.
It's a long story so I won't bore you but it started out as Midi.
Well, back to something doing something.