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Solfeggio Frequencies, The Music Industry and You

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posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 02:39 AM
First of all, if you don't know what the solfeggio frequencies are, I will briefly sum up what I have learned. Then I will briefly sum up my own research into them. Finally, I will touch upon the strange confusion surrounding them and the incredible lack of information. This is a topic we MUST figure out. This impacts every human being, especially musicians, but anyone who listens to music.

1. What they are
The solfeggio frequencies are specific pitches which are in line with your body, nature and the universe. Music tuned to them is exponentially more pleasing on a vibrational level, and many, including myself, say they are beneficial in many ways, even capable of repairing DNA (528 hz). It's not as much how it sounds as how it feels, though the sound can be quite different too.

2. The apparent problem
According to what I've read, most music today tunes A to 440 hz vs. what would be in line with the solfeggio frequencies at 444 hz for A. Conspiracies abound about this, first the pope, then the nazis employing 440 hz music instead of what agrees with our bodies, minds, and spirits.

3. The results of my own research (hours of pitch comparisons) shows...
a. Animal Collective uses the solfeggio (444 hz) tuning for all songs.
b. "Like a G6" by the Far East Movement uses the tuning... even on a downloaded mp3 (keep reading for why that's significant)... a strangely hypnotic song that is indeed.
c. The Beatles used it on "Strawberry Fields Forever," though seemingly not on any other songs that I can discern. I haven't listened to enough yet.
d. A version of "Sleeping Lessons" by the Shins that I downloaded, presumably ripped off of a CD, was tuned to exactly 440 hz (like nearly every other downloaded mp3 that isn't Animal Collective or Panda Bear), because a pitch shift of +4 hz made it perfectly in tune with my solfeggio-tuned guitar. HOWEVER, the same song on Grooveshark is perfectly tuned to 444 hz. Why the discrepancy? Do they give you the good one when you can't take it with you? Then when you buy it you just mess up your energy with it and want to buy something else? Do lots of bands know of this, and record companies remaster to 440 hz? Sublime mp3s on my computer aren't solfeggio... Sublime on Grooveshark is. What does this mean? Not all bands on Grooveshark are tuned this way. In fact, lesser known bands (see King Charles) are definitely not tuned that way on Grooveshark.
How is the music industry using this?
e. The Doves, The Decemberists, and Stellamaris were all solfeggio-tuned on Grooveshark. Haven't tested their CDs.
f. NICKELBACK IS SOLFEGGIO TUNED, at least on Grooveshark. Is that how they get people to listen to the worst band ever and actually like it?
g. Lady Gaga is solfeggio-tuned on Grooveshark.
h. The White Stripes started tuning to solfeggio around the time of Seven Nation Army I believe. I actually like their later songs better.

*Finally, one of several points of confusion is 432 hz vs 444 hz. Both, from what I read are beneficial, especially when compared to 440 hz, but 444 hz is the actual solfeggio A, while I believe 432 is the A that Bach and Mozart used, often just called "Bach Tuning". My personal theory is that 444 hz (solfeggio-tuned) is spiritually uplifting while 432 hz is mentally/intellectually stimulating. Who knows?

What I really want to know, is everything you know! Who do you know that tunes to it? Why is Grooveshark different from what's on a CD?

As a side note, there is a "solfeggio arpeggio" on YouTube that does not match 444 hz at all. Maybe it's tuned to 432 hz? I'm too tired to find out now.

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posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 02:54 AM
It is obvious that there is brainwashing or hypnosis techniques at play in the music industry today just by looking at music videos with there patterns such as twirling, flashing colours aswell as quick cuts,the artist movement being sped up and obviously the lyrics in most music videos today
(not to mention controlling what our kids and young adults think bout morality and being cool etc but thats a different story)
Here is a good example watch this video from 1 minunte into it.

it's so obvious this is happening but people dont even care when this is what there kids are watching and you see girls becoming slutty younger and younger, boys treating girls badly and doing drugs at a young age and you wonder where they get it from it's obvious when there role models are some #ty rapper (Lil Wayne etc) or lady gaga or rihinna and just look at how they dress and they message the convey in there song. I see this from personal experience the dumbing down of my generation etc as I obverse what's going on around me

S&F for assuring me of what i already know and a deeper look into the sound side of things.

What worries me is how the music industry is so straight up with what they do, it's like they don't even care any more if people know as theres nothing they can do about it.
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posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 03:00 AM
Sorry double post
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posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 03:02 AM
reply to post by Sunspots

Hello there, can you please explain how these frequencies or pitches are "in line" with our bodies, nature and the universe?

As i am under the impression a Solfege is Do-Re-Mi. Not a magic frequencey

posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 03:06 AM
reply to post by Johnze

Ahh yes. "Solfeggio" has also been used to refer to any tuning outside of concert pitch, as well as other things. BUT if you type in "ancient solfeggio frequencies" to google you will find what you're looking for.

posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 03:15 AM
beware! beware! you have not made any egregious mistakes in your OP.....yet. the last time, several months ago, that this topic came up, the armchair experts had their day. i give this caution because, indeed, there is a lot of good strong evidence with which this subject may be supported. it can also be cheapened, quite easily.

i am about to go to bed, so apologies for cutting it short. but i want to drop two messages here. first is that you are mistaken about the meaning of solfeggio (but not totally). i encourage you to sing the song "Do, a deer" in any one of the 12 chromatic scales. solfege is a MAP.

second, the crucial ingredient is harmonic overtone series. a conversely related approach to the topic is the even-tempered scale. researching these two topics should lead you to a fairly clear understanding of the way that the natural order of reality has been fitted to a relationship with technology in a way that is so pervasive in our lives. in fact, it defines nearly aspect of the modern world.

and, if you really REALLY want to understand the subject, and how this technology has been applied at the most basic levels of reality, i encourage you to look up the ancient cult of Pythagoras. the whole "squaring of the circle" thing was a monumental leap in knowledge.....and is terribly pertinent to the argument that you propose in the OP.

there was a treasure-trove of a thread here on ATS about 1-2 years ago....illuminati...A440....were words in the title if i remember correct.


posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 03:23 AM
reply to post by Sunspots

Yes well, to be perfectly honest i was kinda hoping you could have volunteerd some information, being your thread and all that. Because when googling your suggested phrase from the title just brings up new age gibberish offering no valid sources in any way whatsoever.

Now look man, i honestly aint trying to be a dick and shoot you down or anything like that, i am genuinley intruiged, but look, typing something like that into my google box just returns the most horrific amount of mind numbing bull#, pages upon pages of new age hippy nonesense. And this may sound a bit dickish, but the fact is, it is your thread, please help me understand this idea better with something more concrete than "oh i dunno google it???"

Like, you say you have tested different tracks?, how did you test them, what software and or hardware did you use?

And honestly man, i would really like to know how someone goes about figuring out how certain frequencies can "repair DNA" or be "in line" with the universe, nature and our bodies what empiracal data do we have to suggest this?

posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 03:32 AM

Originally posted by Johnze
reply to post by Sunspots

...frequencies can "repair DNA"....

DNA waves and water

it is good that you are trying to understand. and caution is necessary. but please, in you attempt to seek out legitimate answers, it is wise to not assume from the start that none exist.

posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 03:39 AM
reply to post by tgidkp

Oh but you see, i do understand, thats the thing. I just like it when people make these outlandish claims that they actualy understand.

Cheers for the link buddy, will read over it the now.

posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 03:41 AM
How many poeple work in the entertainment industry around the world millions at a guess. I would of thought if some huge brainwashing scheme was happening we would know about it.

And the girls are dressed slutty because sex sells, and humans are desensitising to sexual imagery. It will only get worse its not a conspiracy as entertainment has just got more boundry pushing for 100s of years. did you only think the big bush porn appeared first in the 70s.

I will go now and watch the new rhianna video on mute....

posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 03:51 AM
reply to post by MrBudgie

Yes well we do know about it, its called marketing. Some people choose to accept the reality we live and the historical precedance that surrounds our society today whereas others choose to act as though its some big surprise and only they have just found it, and because of that it must all be some sort of mass conspiracy against everyone, when really all they had to do was read a little more[probably a lot more to be honest]

posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 04:01 AM

posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 04:03 AM
reply to post by Johnze

very true dude, maybe in the old days bands had no names, shops had no windows and signs and pubs had no swinging picture boards with there name on.

I think not haha

posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 04:05 AM
reply to post by Sunspots

Good topic to be brought up, i'm not a expert in the field but frequencies can be used for a host of things, some of the direct energy weapons being made by various governments employ parts of frequencies so it's good to know that like most things this knowledge can be used for good and bad....

posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 04:11 AM
reply to post by thefreemasontruth

Yeah, it couldn't be puberty and hormones leading teens to have sex, nope, it has to be the music industry

Why is it that people get this idea in their head that there has to be a extrinsic motivation for sexual behaviors? Here's a heads up - people want to have sex because it feels good and is reproduction is the primary function of all organisms, hence the evolution of pleasure as an incentive.

I also don't appreciate that it's the girl becoming sluttier in your example, betraying the classic double-standard that male promiscuity isn't something to worry about.

They don't use sex in music videos to inspire people to have sex, they use sex in music videos because people already want to have it.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not a big fan of how shallow some of these bands are and I'm definitely not in favor of children watching things that aren't appropriate for their age group (its the parent's responsibility to monitor that though) but there isn't hypnosis or any hocus pocus involved here.

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posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 07:14 AM
reply to post by Sunspots

Very interesting topic! Upon reading this, I was immediately reminded of an article I read recently about a scientist named Royal Rife who worked with harmonic frequencies to kill viruses.

Rife ignored the debate, preferring to concentrate on refining his method of destroying these tiny killer viruses. He used the same principle to kill them, which made them visible: resonance. By increasing the intensity of a frequency which resonated naturally with these microbes, Rife increased their natural oscillations until they distorted and disintegrated from structural stresses. Rife called this frequency 'the mortal oscillatory rate,' or 'MOR', and it did no harm whatsoever to the surrounding tissues.

Today's Rife instruments use harmonics of the frequencies shown on the display screen. The wavelength of the actual frequency shown (770hz, 880hz, etc.) is too long to do the job. This principle can be illustrated by using an intense musical note to shatter a wine glass: the molecules of the glass are already oscillating at some harmonic (multiple) of that musical note; they are in resonance with it. Because everything else has a different resonant frequency, nothing but the glass is destroyed. There are literally hundreds of trillions of different resonant frequencies, and every species and molecule has its very own.

Cancer Cures

This article goes a little beyond what your talking about OP, but thought you might find it interesting to add to your research.

And, oh, by the way...I have seen Nickelback in concert, and they were without a doubt one of the best live shows I have ever seen. The feeling in the crowd that night was absolutely ELECTRIC, it was a total feel-good vibe the whole time Nickelback played...wonder if your theory has anything to do with that?

Again, great thread! Thanks for posting.

posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 07:38 AM
reply to post by Titen-Sxull

I was about to star your post because it was well stated and I was agreeing wholeheartedly with you until you said \,
"but there isn't hypnosis or any hocus pocus involved here. "

whoops, of course there is. They use every trick in the book to get you hooked on the music and/or the message and to "buy" the product. They don't just stop at sex. They use it all, hypnotic and subliminal influences included. Why would they not??

posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 07:46 AM
reply to post by wayno

are your for real subliminal messaging lol.

its just marketing nothing more no conspiracy or subliminal mind control.

posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 07:52 AM
Everything in life is about energy and the interplay between sources of energy. I have difficulty understanding how my body, as complex as it is, might have one specific frequency with which music could either be in harmony or in discord but I am open to the idea.

I do know that in meditation sound can be used with good effect. The vibrations of one's own voice can have a therapeutic effect on the body. I experienced this myself many times and have gone on to reading about it.

While avoiding new age giddiness and b.s., there is a lot to be learned and or just documented about this through legitimate study and experimentation.

Imagine the fantastic potential there is for a deep and penetrating therapy without invasive, harsh and destructive chemicals.

posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 07:58 AM

Originally posted by MrBudgie
reply to post by wayno

are your for real subliminal messaging lol.

its just marketing nothing more no conspiracy or subliminal mind control.

Of course, it is all for marketing. I didn't mean to imply anything else; except that they do use subliminal messaging along with everything else to get you to buy their product.

Now Christian rock, well maybe that has some nefarious other agenda, but for the rest it is all about the $$$$.

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