Music Theory / Magick / Harmony / 432 hz & more… Dr Narco Longo / Old World Florida

“There’s a guy that did a Ted Talk on metal heads showing their capacity to better integrate feelings of rage and anger. They get that release in the music. So when you spoke of the darker fairy tales that came to mind. Metal music I believe assists in the integration of the shadow. They’re able … Read more

“Hearing Voices” ?? Weaponized Acoustic Surveillance and Suggestion, Remote neural monitoring

Voice to Skull patented technology.  REMOTE NEURAL MONITORING federal court case.   CGPT The concept of “hearing voices” in the context of weaponized acoustic surveillance, suggestion, or remote neural monitoring touches on a range of speculative, controversial, and highly sensitive topics that blend elements of science, conspiracy theories, and emerging technologies. It’s important to … Read more

DML Speakers so good — panels of acoustic ceiling tile and extruded polystyrene

Listen to the positive responses of listeners.  Almost as good as headphones as the ultimate standard; however, this was not A/B tested.  Also it would be nice to see EQ / response curves. Distributed Mode Loudspeakers        

Measuring DIY Speakers — ported / sealed — insulated / not — plastic fiber concrete boxes — Room acoustics, treatments   Helium gas inside enclosure.  Overall +2dB gain as speaker back-pressure is reduced.     Anechoic chamber response — blue/purple is speaker-forward facing; red is speaker-rear facing (into absorptive lining).     Ported vs Sealed.  Ported gives overall more bass output (+5dB), all other factors approximately equal.  Green is ported; blue/purple is sealed.   … Read more

Best LRAD System!… For Your Money   CGPT   The Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD) is a type of non-lethal, acoustic hailing device developed for military and law enforcement applications. Its primary function is to broadcast voice messages, alarms, and tones at extremely high volumes over long distances. The LRAD’s ability to focus sound in a highly directional beam allows … Read more

Sound. DNA. Life. The Study No One Talks About

Epigenetics – the factors beyond DNA sequence that influence genetic expression.         CGPT The list you’ve provided encompasses a broad range of topics that intersect various fields such as biology, acoustics, music, physics, and wellness. These terms collectively suggest an interest in how sound and electromagnetic frequencies might influence biological processes, … Read more

Musical Mathematical Ratios and the Engineering of Consciousness – Alexandre Tannous – Free Your Mind Conference 3 (2015-04)

Half-step has 100 cents. Western octave is 12 half-steps (tones, notes: C, C#, D, etc. Black and white keys on keyboard) Indian octave has 22 tones Persian and Arabic octave has 24 tones Turkish octave has 53 steps Alexandre Tannous is a musician, educator, and sound therapist known for his work exploring the intersections … Read more

Fractal geometry of music

Abstract   Music critics have compared Bach’s music to the precision of mathematics. What “mathematics” and what “precision” are the questions for a curious scientist. The purpose of this short note is to suggest that the mathematics is, at least in part, Mandelbrot’s fractal geometry and the precision is the deviation from a log-log linear … Read more

Three-Dimensional Mid-Air Acoustic Manipulation – Acoustic Levitation     Three-dimensional mid-air acoustic manipulation, also known as acoustic levitation, is a fascinating technology that allows objects to be suspended and manipulated in space using sound waves. This technology relies on the principles of acoustic radiation pressure and acoustic streaming to control the motion of objects without physical contact. Here’s how acoustic levitation … Read more

British Museum Ancient Egypt & Acoustics with Gary Evans

Gary Evans has been studying ancient cultures and Earth mysteries for 20 years. From his studies of ancient cultures around the world, Gary has realized how deeply our ancestors appreciated Nature; something many of us have become disconnected from in the modern age. His keen interest in an unfamiliar chapter of pre-history, before Sumeria (3500BCE), … Read more

Fantastic — Cymatics and Ancient modern sound Technology – 2012 Breakthrough Energy Conference

Sound boils water. Sound travels faster than light. The trouble with dogmatic science.     Cymatics is the study of visible sound and vibration, where sound waves are used to generate geometric patterns in various mediums such as liquids, powders, or plates. The patterns produced are a visual representation of the frequencies and vibrations … Read more

Δ GE: Every machine has its own acoustic signature

Every machine has its own acoustic signature – a precise frequency that indicates whether that machine is operating at peak performance. GE engineers monitor and record these sounds to perform real-time diagnostics on airplane engines, locomotives, power turbines, and medical equipment. Musician Matthew Dear and GE Acoustics Engineer Andrew Gorton teamed up to collect and … Read more

Celestion, on building guitar cabinets

Content   September 16, 2011 A 1×12 comboAs guitar speakers are different, so their cabinets are different. The box design is acoustically less critical than that for hi-fi or PA systems, but proper construction is essential. Primarily, the cabinet is a convenient way of housing the speaker, so it should be solidly built to ensure … Read more

Ancient Secrets on Resonance

New Science and Ancient Technologies from a conference in 2000 Randy Masters discusses his research on pyramid chamber resonance as well as connections to healing and Tibetan bells, cosmic radiation and effects of sound.   Resonance, especially in the context of ancient civilizations, carries deep significance and has been a subject of intrigue for … Read more

Math and Geometry of Music: Linking Sight and Sound

Languages were perhaps once ‘sung’. By Daniel Arthur – “Ancient alphabets were constructed by using visual symbols to represent sounds. Ancient sacred architecture was constructed to send and receive those sounds to and from the gods. Because of that, ancient languages, like Egyptian, Hebrew and Greek were more poetic and musical than our own, with … Read more