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Is there any way to tune the entire PC to 432hz?


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#1 soulexperience86

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Posted 29 June 2017 - 03:07 PM

Hey, there is a software "Returnto432" that retunes A4 from the standard 440Hz to 432Hz (which is found easier on the ears/water molecules in the body). Are there any scripts that can be edited to retune the notifications/speaker output of the PC (windows 10) so that all sounds have A4=432Hz?

 

Information on 432Hz: (http://www.gaiameditation.com/sound-healing/432-hz-the-universal-frequency-of-sacred-geometry/)


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Posted 29 June 2017 - 03:32 PM

[::joke::]  I tune my PCs to 515Hz.

You cannot really tune the speakers but it is fun making them beep.  There is actually a Linux tool that is fun to play with.



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Posted 29 June 2017 - 03:50 PM

[::joke::]  I tune my PCs to 515Hz.

You cannot really tune the speakers but it is fun making them beep.  There is actually a Linux tool that is fun to play with.

 

I don't follow the joke at all, haha! Is there significance with 515Hz? What is the Linux tool, would there be any use of it with windows OS?






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