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> 432hz Vs 440hz
Sinisa Cekic
post Aug 7 2013, 12:20 AM
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So interesting. I'm thinking to shoot in more natural variant wink.gif

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post Aug 7 2013, 05:03 AM
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This is going to be a pretty subjective comment, but it's how feel with the loops in that video.

432hz feels more peaceful, stable, calm.

440hz feels kind edgy?, hard to breath.

Overall i like 440hz better for some reason, but i think the whole "universe" of frequency can be pretty interesting to mess with around when composing.

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post Aug 7 2013, 07:24 AM
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While it sounds 'cool' and 'different' to go 432Hz, I think it would be really troublesome when it came to playing with other instruments and synthesizers. Everything would be 8Hz sharper than your guitar. biggrin.gif

I still think its really interesting though, and MonkeyDAthos, I agree with you that in that particular video, 432Hz sounds nicer and more melodic. I'm not sure what causes this, but nonetheless it's quite interesting.

While it sounds 'cool' and 'different' to go 432Hz, I think it would be really troublesome when it came to playing with other instruments and synthesizers. Everything would be 8Hz sharper than your guitar. biggrin.gif

I still think its really interesting though, and MonkeyDAthos, I agree with you that in that particular video, 432Hz sounds nicer and more melodic. I'm not sure what causes this, but nonetheless it's quite interesting.


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post Aug 7 2013, 10:13 AM
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While it sounds 'cool' and 'different' to go 432Hz, I think it would be really troublesome when it came to playing with other instruments and synthesizers. Everything would be 8Hz sharper than your guitar. biggrin.gif

I still think its really interesting though, and MonkeyDAthos, I agree with you that in that particular video, 432Hz sounds nicer and more melodic. I'm not sure what causes this, but nonetheless it's quite interesting.

While it sounds 'cool' and 'different' to go 432Hz, I think it would be really troublesome when it came to playing with other instruments and synthesizers. Everything would be 8Hz sharper than your guitar. biggrin.gif

I still think its really interesting though, and MonkeyDAthos, I agree with you that in that particular video, 432Hz sounds nicer and more melodic. I'm not sure what causes this, but nonetheless it's quite interesting.



Unless all Your band members agree to play that way smile.gif Electronic keyboards can be easily down pitched smile.gif


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