This Is Why You Need To Convert Your Music To 432 Hz

Sound can effect our physical universe. This isn’t some pseudo-scientific hippie chatter. A wine glass can shatter from high frequencies and sand can bounce around on sound-creating devices. This isn’t too terribly new.

Most of the music we hear is 440 Hz, which is a regulation that the International Organization for Standardization, or ISO, promoted in the early 1950’s. A handful of studies have observed how nice it is to hear music tuned to A=432 Hz. Many believe that music tuned to 432 Hz causes it to vibrate in unison with the “golden mean,” or Phi ratio.

Coincidentally, perhaps, the number 432 is represented in ratios found all over our world and the solar system, as well as ancient landmarks around the world.



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