528 Hz Solfeggio Love Tuner DNA Repair Brain Entrainment Phantom Tone

528 Hz Solfeggio Love Tuner DNA Repair Brain Entrainment Phantom Tone

Here is my first published experiment into solfeggio tone generation as well as phantom tone generation.

I’m not sure about the effectiveness or validity of the entire solfeggio concept as I haven’t personally done enough experimenting with them.

Musically, the common specific tones are quite limited in their ability to ‘knock out a wide variety of appealing tunes.’

As far as effects on water, or the body, such as what Dr Emoto has apparently done, well, that remains to be tested.

You could say I am optimistically skeptical. Would like to prove there’s something beneficial to this stuff.

It was kind of funny that I was able to find a screen capture off the visualizer that had HEARTS in the design. Hmm, maybe there is some truth to it ūüėÄ

Soundscapes like this are ideally listened to with headphones. Especially in this case where we are going for the phantom tone effect. I explain in detail below…

 

This piece consists of 3 tracks:

Track one is a left channel frequency of 523Hz and right channelfrequency of 533Hz

This causes the brain to hear a phantom frequency halfway between the two, which in this case is 528Hz

After 2:30 minutes, Track 1 stops and Track 2 starts with the tones reversed to 533 left, 523 right.

Throughout the track, a 528 Hz center tone (both left and right channels) fades in and out throughout the track and then finally by itself for the last minute fading out completely.

Both tracks one and two run for two minutes 30 seconds. Track one starts first then track two begins when track one ends.

The entire musical part of the video is 6 minutes long although the last 10 to 15 seconds are probably too faint to hear on most systems as I faded out all the way to infinity on the mixer, even though by -20db, it’s pretty close to silent.

Programs I utilized to create this:

REASON 8¬†and a tone generator that I since can’t recall which one for the tones and mixing/tweaking of said tones.

iTunes for the visual effect, in this case the jelly? selection.

iShowU to record the video of the Visualizer. Great little desktop program designed by a Kiwi will quite a few new features since the original.

Mockingbird Singing Soundscape Audio Catnip

October 16, 2014

 

I recorded this Mockingbird at my parent’s backyard back in April 2014. It hung around for a few weeks singing off and on all day long till dusk. Even then some nights it belted out a few tunes for good measure. ¬†

The first video is a 30 minute soundscape of the bird singing over a period of about an hour. It consists of 7 tracks one after the other all recorded with the iphone 4s standard recording app. ¬†It’s amazing the things the mic will pick up that you DON’T want. Like a distant motorcycle racing down a street. ¬†Added to the song is the waterfalls around the pool area.

So far, feedback on cat owners have witnessed an assortment of reactions. Some kitties zen out, while others look far and wide for the mysterious bird.

30 Minute Mockingbird Waterfall Soundscape

 

The second video I titled MockingBird 7 as I took all 7 tracks and played them over each other simultaneously. Since they are all different lengths, they cut off one by one till the last one plays out.

I played around with the still images utilizing various visual effects on iMovie as I didn’t get footage of the actual bird.

At first it sounds like a bunch of mockingbirds all singing at once. Something I don’t believe happens in nature as they seem to be a competitive bird when it comes to singing a song. ¬†Duets or group songs don’t seem to be their thing.

MOCKINGBIRD 7