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PHI Golden Tones

PHI – expressed by the Greek letter Φ . Phi is the basis for the Golden Ratio, Section or Mean. The ratio, or proportion, determined by Phi (1.618 …) was known to the Greeks as the “dividing a line in the extreme and mean ratio” and to Renaissance artists as the “Divine Proportion” It is also called the Golden Section, Golden Ratio and the Golden Mean.

Mathamatically, the PHI ratio (1.618…) a constant proportion revealed throughout the universe in all of creation’s designs. PHI is observed in both the macro and meta worlds of life from atoms to galaxies. What makes phi even more unusual is that it can be derived in many ways and shows up in relationships throughout the life. In musical terms the reference frequency of the note A=432hz.

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Ancient Ancestral Solfeggio

Solfeggio – Solfeggio frequencies make up the ancient 6-tone scale thought to have been used in sacred music, including the beautiful and well-known Gregorian Chants. The chants and their special tones were believed to impart spiritual blessings when sung in harmony. Each Solfeggio tone is comprised of a frequency required to balance your energy and keep your body, mind and spirit in perfect harmony. The frequency of the note “C” in Solfeggio is 528hz. This frequency is believed to promote DNA repair and is often described as “The Love Frequency”

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PI Ambience

PI – The number π is a mathematical constant, the ratio of a circle‘s circumference to   its diameter, commonly approximated as 3.14159. The Greek letter “π” has represented it since the mid-18th century. For our discussion PI relates to Alpha Brain waves and energy centers of the chakras. The Musical frequency of PI based tones reveals the most average value of A=424, and covers a range of 421-427hz These Pi tunings relate to Alpha brain waves and map the resonance of the chakra energy centers.

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Renaissance Music Tuned As Intended

The choices of tuning fork frequencies of Renaissance Composers shows in a study of the history of the tuning fork which was first invented in 1711. We have a precise reference of the tuning forks used by many of the great composers such as Handle (422.5hz) and Mozart (421hz). This app features conversions of modern musical A=440 recordings to the historical pitch preferred by these classical greats when they were creating their timeless music. Hear their music as they did and experience what these musical geniuses intended their audience to hear.