Weaponization of Sound – Mark Devlin

RE: mark devlin “weaponization of sound”, describing military weapons (lrad, v2k voice-to-skull, etc), cultural manipulation, and involvement of military-intelligence in major bands. ~15:00: “Music has been getting dumber.” — Mark Devlin, Million Song Dataset An mp3 encoding, electronically inverted and then added to its original source file results in a readily perceptible and discernible-quality version … Read more

EXCELLENT — The Mathematical Problem with Music, and How to Solve It — “Performance is an art of compromise” – Temperament, timbre, intonation, tuning, voice, tone

Equal Temperament purpose — Divide octave into 12 equal intervals (ratios) to facilitate octave transposition on keyed / digital / discrete instruments.   VIDEO DESCRIPTION / NOTES   There is a serious mathematical problem with the tuning of musical instruments. A problem that even Galileo, Newton, and Euler tried to solve. This video is about … Read more

Esoteric Nature of Music (1977 VHS)

Esoteric Nature of Music

Good Vibrations: The Science of Sound

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsYt-FBhE2Q   “Good Vibrations: The Science of Sound” is a phrase that likely refers to the scientific study of sound and its effects on the environment, human physiology, and consciousness. Sound, as a form of energy produced by vibrations traveling through a medium, has long been a subject of fascination and inquiry in fields such … Read more

Why Does Music Only Use 12 Different Notes?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lvmzgVtZtUQ       Music theory in Western music is based on the concept of the chromatic scale, which consists of 12 different pitches. This system is known as equal temperament tuning and it divides the octave (the interval between one musical pitch and another with double its frequency) into 12 equal parts. Each of … Read more

Eric P. Dollard, On Music & Harmonics. Spokane, WA 2015

Conversation with Telsa-scientist Eric P. Dollard. Interviewed by Charles Roland Berry & Yogi Robert Emin. This is a true story of suppressed technology. Some powerful people don’t want the rest of us to have access to new technology– unless of course those people can make billions of dollars from the rest of us. Professor Dollard … Read more

Musical intervals and relative pitch: Frequency resolution, not interval resolution, is special

Abstract Pitch intervals are central to most musical systems, which utilize pitch at the expense of other acoustic dimensions. It seemed plausible that pitch might uniquely permit precise perception of the interval separating two sounds, as this could help explain its importance in music. To explore this notion, a simple discrimination task was used to … Read more

Music and the Power of Sound: The Influence of Tuning and Interval on Consciousness

Abstract Music has always been esteemed for its power to speak directly to our higher consciousness, a power founded in the purity of simple harmonic ratios. In this book, Alain Danielou traces the development of musical scales and tuning from their origins in both China and India, through their merging in ancient Greece, and on … Read more

What makes music sound ‘good’?

Random paint splashed on a canvas is much less appalling than random notes plunked down on a piano. Research, from Dr. Dmitri Tymoczko. youtube presentation on the geometry of music: “Random paint splashed on a canvas is much less appalling than random notes plunked down on a piano.” http://dmitri.tymoczko.com/publications.html   What makes music sound good is a … Read more

Forgotten In Time: The Ancient Solfeggio Frequencies

Forgotten in Time: The Ancient Solfeggio Frequencies – “Forgotten In Time: The Ancient Solfeggio Frequencies” is a title often associated with a concept in alternative healing and esoteric spirituality. It refers to the idea that certain specific sound frequencies, known as the Solfeggio frequencies, have ancient origins and possess healing properties.