Organika 432hz

by Wildlettuce

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"Organika 432hz" is a new fusion style that I'm currently experimenting with. It's mostly based on the ancient harmony between the Guitar and Didgeridoo. Before I recorded the album (I realized that my didgeridoo from Dragon Creations was not tuned to the generalized western frequency value of 440Hz but perfectly tuned to 432Hz.) I decided to record/produce an album entirely tuned to 432hz which is said to be the frequency range of the Cosmos. (The recording of the didgeridoo and guitar was done simultaneously and the electric cello, djembe drum and bansuri flute was recorded afterwards.) (What you get is pure analog sound with no digital manipulation, mastering or compression to keep the music in its purest form; hence the name Organika. In the end its a long journey made up of the sounds of the Didgeridoo, Guitar, Cello, Drums, Beatboxing, Flute playing and a lot of improvisation in the purest high quality format that I could produce. Hope you enjoy the raw experience.

What is 432 Hz tuning?

"A=432 Hz, known as Verdi’s ‘A’ is an alternative tuning that is mathematically consistent with the universe. Music based on 432Hz transmits beneficial healing energy, because it is a pure tone of math fundamental to nature.
The universal music of sacred geometry
According to Brain T. Collins, a musician and researcher, the standard pitch (A=440 Hz) does not harmonize on any level that corresponds to cosmic movement, rhythm, or natural vibration. The greatest musicians, such as Mozart and Verdi, based their music on the natural vibration of A=432. It’s true that it is only 8 vibrations per second different from the standard tuning, but this small difference seems to be remarkable to our human consciousness."

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released June 24, 2016

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Wildlettuce South Africa

Reinhardt Buhr makes use of a live looping pedal on which he records his spanish guitar, electric cello, electronic drums and australian didgeridoo's building layer upon layer until it sounds like you listening to a big instrumental rock orchestra. , creating rhythms and vibes that creates restlessness in your body. ... more

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