posted on Jan, 29 2009 @ 03:30 AM
Originally posted by Angry Potato
Actually, the frequency is 35.432hz
Coincidentally, this happens to be the same frequency that has the ability to kill plants. It's very hard to replicate, but I assure you, when
Maitreya yawns, it'll be in that range.
Well that frequency is NOT a high pitch frequency at all. its a low frequency found in the bass tone range.
The frequency can be generated with the use of an audio tone generator or synthisizer. If you got MIDI on your PC, you can punch in that frequency and
generate it all day long.
Now here is another deal. Unless that frequency is recorded above the threshold of the other low frequencies contained in the music...ie bass tones
and other low bass notes/instrument sounds, that one particular frequency would have to overcome all the others, then also you would get what is
called "beat frequency" noise whenever another frequency of equal amplitude and frequency were to cross paths with that one, basically cancelling
each other out. The end result would be a noticable gapping of low bass tones at that frequency.
Trust me, Ive done professional recording and I know what is involved here. What your expecting us to accept is that this tone is prominent all over
this album, which on my copies that are 4 different media types, a 12 inch vinyl album, a Metal Type II cassette, and an early CD version plus a later
CD release, has no resemblence of this frequency you mention.
Ive got a real time audio spectrum analyzer from my recording engineering days and it has selectable notch filters I can set to look at any specific
frequency across the entire audio spectrum.
No where does my scope show any consistant 35.432Hz signal whatsoever. The only time that frequency shows up is when a tone from an instrument just
happens to cross that frequency during a note change, but it is not constant. Any low frequency instrument can and will go across various frequencies
as it is played.
Sorry but I dont see this artifact demon killer frequency your talking about contained in this album.
[edit on 29-1-2009 by RFBurns]