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    Main » 2014 » January » 29
    Music can spread harmonizing or disharmonious waves according to the different pitch frequency. Thus not only for the pleasure of our souls and spirits but also for human body cells and for the rhythms of the brain, according to the latest scientific research. 

    Following a period of oblivion of the extensive ancient knowledge (Plato, etc), in the 19th century, musicians and men of culture highlighted the positive quality of 432Hz pitch frequency. 

    1885-1939 the standard 435Hz had an approximate value of 432Hz! However in 1939, according to a German request, the frequency pitch was significantly moved from the scientific correct pitch. 

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    In 2012 we were asked by Deborah Stokes, curator for education at the Smithsonian, if it would be possible to image some 'songs of stars' for their African Cosmos Stellar Arts exhibition which was planned to run through to December 9th 2012. We were delighted to have been asked. Their exhibition, which was a great success with adults and young people was an important milestone for the CymaScope and it will help the instrument gain acceptance as a useful scientific tool.

    The atomic processes within the atomic furnace of stars create sounds as a result of the high-energy collisions between atomic particles. These sounds cause the starlight to vary minutely, tiny modulations that can be detected by sensitive instrumentation, then demodulated, recreating the original sounds in the laboratory. Analysis of the star sounds can help asteroseismologists gain a better understanding of the atomic processes with a given star.

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