## Good Vibrations: The Science of Sound

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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 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-rIRML75_I&list=PLfi4BBtYUMKz36guaSbV8F0I8gosT7eIw

34:10 in — “Over 200 rappers died [in 2020]; that’s an average of every forty-four hours that’s a dead rapper.” This video is positively stunning, and yet not surprising at all — the music itself, the lyrics, everything, are all composed ‘by the numbers’ — learn how to decode those numbers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_wuCed1tIQ Redrum by Srebmun … Read more

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

Mathematical ratio Fibonacci sequence Golden ratio 1.618 0.618 PHI Dan Winter MERU Foundation implosion resonance conjugation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMf_BH2q2Bo

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A432 Solfeggio Scale, using Pythagorean tuning Do 256 Hz C Re 288 Hz D Mi 324 Hz E Fa 344 Hz F Sol 384 Hz G La 432 Hz A Ti 486 Hz B A432 Chakra Tones Crown – 216, 432, 864 – A 3rd eye – 144, 288, 576 – D Throat – 192, … Read more

Marty Leeds has been writing songs and poetry for over 18 years and has had an interest in everything from philosophy, to esoterica, mathematics and the sciences. He was born and raised in southern Wisconsin and has lived in Washington, Oregon and Colorado. Marty returns to Red Ice Radio to discuss “mathemagics,” Gematria and the … Read more

Having looked at the flat geometry (two dimensional) of the number Phi, we now find it in the most symmetrical of the three-dimensional solids – the Platonic Solids. The five regular solids (where “regular” means all sides are equal and all angles are the same and all the faces are identical) are called the five … Read more