posted on Dec, 26 2007 @ 06:13 PM
Did you know that many classical bands don't even tune to 440 anymore? But.. wait for it, its not 432 they're tuning to, they're tuning more
around 447, since they're looking for that 'brighter' sound. This drift has been happening over time.
I`m sure it has ....that doesn`t make it scientifically sound.
so their looking for a brighter sound?...where is the scientific
value to that?
main reason A wa sused, to my understanding was that was the base note for the divisions of notes. Now, as any musician known, all notes exept for the
base note are some degree of out of tune with the rest of the scale, since the division itself is imperfect, and no, tuning down to 432 doesn't help.
Ask any guitarist and they will all complain that their g string always sounds slightly out of tune when played open unless they have a compensating
nut on their axe. even when tuned to a perfect g note. It will sound 'off' compared to the rest.
Bobby : First off
"A" is not the base note for the divisions of notes "C" is..
yes the division would almost seem imperfect if you are using the curent
structure of math.
in quantum math it all fits perfectly....lllllllllllllllike a glove.....
ya ...as a guitarist when i very first tried it it seemed floppy and out of tune.
BUT....with a very small amout of patience and physical adjustment
it becomes overwhelmingly apparent that this is the resonant frequency that rocks above all. and the new science PROVES IT.
heres teh rub, the tuning itself doesn't matter near as much, and most of what you get effectwise is more psychosomatic than real. your speakers, the
musicians grip on the instrument and even the temperature all affect the pitch being sent out to you.
more psychosomatic than real?? ya thats why the computations are
dead on ..... hm i see.
your starting to sound like a debunker instead of trying to logically debate.
changing the base number doesn't suddenly make all the calculations work, its just being played flat.
it does if you have the correct corordinates and proper calculations.....sir do you have any basic knowledge of quantum superstring theory? because
without it you are completely in the dark on this matter.
IIRC, 439 was also heavily pushed to be the standard, but they had a hard time reproducing that tone in a lab because it was a prime number (heard in
I`m sure it was....look what are you trying to say.
they tried a tunning and this peticular one had really bad number results.
ok all that tell me is the 439 is not the 1 resonant frequency that supplies
any scientic and/or natual results.
i agree with one of the previous posters that digital is killing the music. theres something missing from it and usually its the incidental tones and
frequencies that we cant discernably hear. some of those sub and ultra sonics ar elost. but they were also lost on a lot of vinal recordings as well.
like i explain in the thread digital computing will only
recreate what you put into it
you feed it tones based on 440 and the pc works 100 harder to attempt to reproduce a tone that it cannot even fully reprodce.
in 440 a "d" note is 293.66hz (wtf is that) that is not a resolved note..
now a "d" note in 432 is 288hz ...now you tell me what looks balanced at what doesn`t.
the flawed math of today does note explain the growth and natural expansion rate of the universe....quantum math does.
music in 432 using the 12 note structure with the harmonic fifth as the
sequence provider is the NEW MATH for the future.
to be continued
-Music is Magic
[edit on 26-12-2007 by Maya432]
[edit on 26-12-2007 by Maya432]