Converted to 432hz with audacity.
heres how to do it:
Download & Install LAME mp3 encoder for Audacity:
(look for "Lame_v3.99.3_for_Windows")
First change the default encoding quality from 128 kbps to at least 192 kbps or higher, here is how to do it:
- Go to File, Open and open any mp3 file
- Go to File, Export, and at "Save as type" select "MP3 files"
- Click Options, at Quality, set at least 192 kbps or higher, click OK, than Cancel
- Go to File, Close, don't save anything
- Go to File, Edit Chains
- On the right side select Normalize, than click Delete
- Go to Insert, double-click Change pitch, Edit parameters, to "FROM" type 440, to "TO" type 432, Click OK 3x
- Go to: File, Apply Chain, "MP3 Conversion" should be there, Apply to Files
- Browse to your music folder, select your MP3 files, click Open
- Your MP3 files will be reconverted into a subfolder called "cleaned"
432 Hz is the frequency which represents the A4 in the so called "432Hz-Tuning" in which the C# which is just a thought out word for a note also, is the 136,10Hz-frequency. The 32. octave of this C# (should be 584545048985.6 Hz, if i made the right maths.)
is the year-frequency in which the earth spins. So 432Hz/136,10Hz is harmonic with the all-time-there-tone, the "Om". And I think it is also harmonic with the way the Birds sing and even the cars sound like. Just the sound of physics. But Physics can be "detuned" by human manually. Anyway, 432Hz/136,10Hz was played ages ago by the indians (not indigenos, the people from india, you know?) and the egyptians at least. i guess many more.