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Originally posted by Novise
This is interesting.
How would one go about listening to music with 432 HZ instead of 440?
Originally posted by dave420
reply to post by Herbal Oli
Judging by the reaction to the tests posted above, I doubt it!
Originally posted by jasonjnelson
Weird thing was, my I-tunes started downloading and playing like ten different tracks when I played it...
Are we off our frequency...
Originally posted by Maya432
when i first tried my guitar at 432 i must admit it sounded flat and out of tune but very quickly changed to realize the sonic quality.
[edit on 23-12-2007 by Maya432]
Systems with one degree of freedom, such as a mass on a spring, pendulums, balance wheels, and LC tuned circuits have one resonance frequency. Systems with two degrees of freedom, such as coupled pendulums and resonant transformers can have two resonance frequencies. Extended objects that experience resonance due to vibrations inside them are called resonators, such as organ pipes, vibrating strings, quartz crystals, microwave cavities, and laser rods. Since these can be viewed as being made of millions of coupled moving parts (such as atoms), they can have millions of resonance frequencies.