The Ultimate 432Hz VS 440Hz | CONSPIRACY + Comparison (1 Viewer)

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Pucksterguy

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For the musicians or music buffs here. I found this interesting video comparing musical tuning. I have heard many debates regarding how to tune music. The current standard tunes the A above middle C at 440 Hz. Traditionally a natural tuning put A at 332 Hz. many say it sounds so much better and more natural. I have been down this road before and prefer the natural tuning at 332hz. This guy explains the difference and plays a few tunes in both tuning. There's tons of video's on U tube tuned in both with some songs transposed from 440 to 432. I found those a bit discordant in that they were originally recorded in 440. However I find music written and performed in 432 just sounds better to me.

 

Linda

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He does a great job of efficiently explaining the history of the A tuning.

When you get to the part where he starts playing, close your eyes and see what you can feel. Then play it again and see which is which.
 

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i tested with it already a bit ago, the difference is little but a distortion is a distortion, so if i listen 8 hours to pop or classical music i will surely have an other effect
 

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When I produced my music I converted the final pre-master for all songs into 432 (with a special trick I learnt from an Audacity YouTube tutorial how to do it without quality loss) and it also always sounded better to me.
 

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Hello Sinera.
 
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Pucksterguy

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When I produced my music I converted the final pre-master for all songs into 432 (with a special trick I learnt from an Audacity YouTube tutorial how to do it without quality loss) and it also always sounded better to me.
How about tuning and recording in 432? I feel a loss in sound quality sometimes in transposed music.
 
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