Sydney Recording Studios: 432 vs 440 Hz Part II

Sydney Recording Studios: Now, 432 Hz resonates with the frequency of 8 Hz. And here’s how…
On the musical scale where A has a frequency of 440 Hz, the note C is at about 261.656 Hz.
On the other hand, if we take 8 Hz as our starting point and work upwards by five octaves (i.e. by the seven notes in the scale five times), we reach a frequency of 256 Hz in whose scale the note A has a frequency of 432 Hz.
This frequency, which is at the top end of the Theta range and at the start of the Alpha range, makes us feel very relaxed but conscious and open to intuitive learning.

Sydney Recording Studios: 432 Hz Brain Entrainment

Listening to a concentrated recording of music at this frequency, like a binaural beats track, will synchronize (entrain) the brain to this state and induce the aforementioned effects.
Think for a moment about all the frequencies that travel through your brain in a given day: cell phones, Wi-Fi, radio and microwaves.
All these exist at different frequencies and pull our brain from one frequency to the next.
The brain is on a constant yo-yo, being pinged at by different frequencies: it’s no wonder these devices emitting artificial electromagnetic radiation have been linked to cancer, depression and insomnia.
So it makes sense that if we spent more time being attuned to the natural electromagnetic pulses of the earth (the heartbeat of Mother Nature) – at 432 Hz – we would, in turn, feel more centered, balanced, conscious and peaceful.

Sydney Recording Studios: 432 Hz Vs the Commercial Standard 440 Hz

Okay, so now we understand that, why the hell isn’t all music tuned to 432 Hz!
Well, it has been during some periods, and many greats have lobbied for it, but it didn’t work out that way. And here’s why…
According to music theory, A=432 Hz is mathematically consistent with the universe. This is known as Verdi’s ‘A’ – named after Giuseppe Verdi, a famous Italian composer.