[LAU] Piano composition - Lost Isle (& LV2 plugins)

Fons Adriaensen fons at linuxaudio.org
Sat Jun 25 16:32:01 UTC 2016

On Sat, Jun 25, 2016 at 11:59:38AM -0400, jonetsu at teksavvy.com wrote:

> One proponent of 432Hz was Verdi who wanted to stop the trend for
> orchestras to always tune themselves higher.  Looks like higher gets
> more attention.  It's understandable, seeing such a trend of tuning
> always higher, that some musicians wanted to stop this, because they
> felt that this is not what music is about, eg. to try to grab more
> attention in such a way.

19th century loudness wars...
> With 432Hz, all other note frequencies of our scales are whole numbers
> whereas with 440 they are fractional (apart from A 440).
> Hence, 432 attracts many people promoting 'health energy' and related
> concerns.
Even if the whole numbers argument can't be true, at least not with
equal temperament (since 2^{1/12} is not a rational number).

> Voir google: "Accord du LA à 432 Hz" in Énergie-Santé, right beside
> "miel de cerisier".

Amusing BS :-)



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