The Geminiani Project‬

The first string Chamber Orchestra tuned at 432Hz in London —

Here’s a video explaining the beginnings of 440Hz standardized tuning and why it might not be the best thing for you …

http://www.geminianiproject.com

http://www.geminianiproject.com/#!videos/c1mab

Its abundantly clear to those who do the research that musicians have been duped,

people have been duped – music lovers have been duped. Duped into believing that the 440hz standard tuning is a good thing. Once you hear the difference in what 432hz feels like, you know.

Musicians will find their wings un-clipped when they tune to 432hz instead of 440hz. There’s a ton of information on the web and on this site about this.
The biggest difference is that you feel it. I SAID FEEL IT. 🙂

Your music will have a power in 432hz that it never will in 440hz.

 

Here’s the latest video I’ve found on this —

 

Cymatic432vs440

Composer, Giuseppe Verdi said that “the noble and round sound of natural tuning is more beautiful than the sound of forced excessively high pitch.” Continue reading

Another example of the feeling of 432hz.

In this case, the tuning of the Kotamo is respecting the laws that, according with Pythagoras, direct the universe from his formation, being in tuning in with the so called “Symphony of the Spheres”, as well as with the “physical – harmonic phenomenon” and the “proportion Aurea”.
— Music by Rafa Navarro

Grace Gravity’s CDs are recorded at 432 Hz instead of the standard A-440 Hz.

A difference you can feel.

For example here’s how 440 Hz, which was designated as “standard” tuning some time ago, compares with 432 Hz in a cymatic experiment.

Cymatic432vs440At 432 hz the shapes are more cohesive with less distortion.

Here’s a great VIDEO of a Cymatic comparison of 432 hz vs 440 hz.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zw0uWCNsyw

If the Universe was created with sound … I’m just sayin. The Sun, Saturn, Earth and Moon all resonate at 432 hz. Also interesting. I think we musicians have been bamboozeled. What up?
There’s a lot of information out there on this … I think music feels much better at 432 Hz. I’m just sayin… Continue reading