- Thomas Anderson
- Portland, ME
- United States
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How would things be different if the standard for tuning instruments was A -432, instead of A-440 ?
Back in the day, the standard for tuning musical instruments became A-440. What would be different today if the chosen standard was A-432 ?
Would it really make a difference? I suggest that yes...there would be less crime, less corruption, less ignorance, and less apathy.
Just look at how sound frequencies interact with molecules...
Closing Statement from Thomas Anderson
It does not matter how "good" a frequency sounds to you, it is how the frequency "vibrates" your molecules.
To me, broccoli takes like squishy, plastic, model glue sand; but it is really good for you.
To me 528 hz is annoying to listen to; but watch what it does to molecules!