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

Michael Omartian: One of the Unsung Giants of Music – Rick Beato — “These interviews should be in the Library of Congress” — great info on true session musicianship

‘Jazz players’ brains are wired differently.’ ‘Just do some [drum] fills.’ — 37:30 “It’s the limitations that make the artist, not the capabilities.” — 43:30 in https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-fEKf3Av3c   CGPT Michael Omartian is an influential American producer, composer, arranger, and musician whose work spans several decades and encompasses a wide range of music genres. Born on … Read more

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

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

Why The Major Scale Is So Important (It’s More Than Just A Scale)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wE8nzruMWM   ===   The major scale is one of the most fundamental and widely used musical scales in Western music. It is a diatonic scale consisting of seven notes, with a specific pattern of intervals between each note. The pattern of intervals for a major scale is as follows: 1. Whole step (W) 2. … Read more

Thomas Sheridan – Spectral Sounds: Hauntology and Music

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ET_B5o8Mgko     Thomas Sheridan is an Irish author, artist, and researcher known for his work in the fields of psychology, sociology, and occultism. He has written extensively on topics such as psychopathy, social engineering, and the manipulation of human consciousness. While I cannot provide specific details about his work on “Spectral Sounds: Hauntology and … Read more

Stephanie McPeak Petersen on ‘Fiat Notes – the Overlap of Music Theory and Monetary Theory’

Stephanie demonstrates how fiat bank notes have much in common with fiat musical notes. Her book, The Next Octave, discusses this, along with other aspects of hidden history including the structure of the harmonic series and the worldwide distortion of our musical system through temperament mistunings. She is joining the Unguru team as an educator … Read more

Music Theory and White Supremacy – “Music Theory and The White Racial Frame” Dr. Ewell

Original article — https://mtosmt.org/issues/mto.20.26.2/mto.20.26.2.ewell.html “Music theory can be seen as a racial ideology in which the views and ideas of white persons are held to be more significant than the views and ideas of nonwhites.” Excellent. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kr3quGh7pJA     Dr. Philip Ewell, a music theorist and scholar, has gained attention for his discussions on race and … Read more

The Lost Music Scale

Abstract “Sereda also talked about various lost and esoteric musical tones, scales, and frequencies). He found a 10-tone scale inside the Great Pyramid which he said can shift consciousness and offer health benefits.”   Content “…scientist, filmmaker, and spiritual explorer David Sereda spoke about invisible UFOs which vibrate at different frequencies, and sound waves and … Read more

Affective constraints on acquisition of musical concepts: Children’s and adults’ development of the major-minor distinction

Abstract Across cultures and age groups music has a powerful impact on human affective states. We examined the effect of these affective responses on children’s and adults’ ability to label musical excerpts as major or minor. Content Affective constraints on acquisition of musical concepts: Children’s and adults’ development of the major-minor distinction Clarissa A. Thompson … Read more

Harmony: Chords and How to Build Them

How harmony works in western music. Traids formed out of scales, common harmonic progressions, nature of modulation. Listening skills for determining regular or irregular change rates. Wide variety of examples. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wxf8mHkxgoA   Harmony in music refers to the combination of different musical elements, such as chords, melodies, and rhythms, to create a pleasing and coherent … Read more

Forgotten In Time: The Ancient Solfeggio Frequencies

Ancient musical scales vibe with nature. SOURCE     “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. The Solfeggio frequencies … Read more