Stomp Tone

https://www.youtube.com/shorts/eVcaSxlRXP0 “This is on Little Island in Manhattan, the fact that he’s able to get the bells so clear is amazing because usually the bells ring as you step off the pad.” Little Island is a public park located on the Hudson River waterfront, near the Meatpacking District and Chelsea neighborhoods of Manhattan, New York … Read more

Structured Water – EZ Water – Dr Gerald Pollack – H2O – H3 O2 – 4th phase of water

A fourth phase of water has been speculated to exist, supported by impressive and growing evidence.  It is a matrix, a liquid-crystal.  Chemically “identical” but physically different: H3O2 instead of H2O. Hydrophilic surfaces attract an initial atomic layer of water.  Energy, in the form of heat, allows and conforms a second atomic layer, slightly shifted, … Read more

DECODING MUSICAL GEMATRIA | The death of DMX, Swizz Beatz, Verzuz, Snoop Dogg, LL Cool J’s 4,3,2,1 +

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

FREQUENCIES (2013) movie premieres memes of sing-song sounds, lyrical control words, and ancient aural technologies

Far more deeply interesting than the shallow, mindless write-ups and reviews would indicate. This movie touches on themes of mind, body, and soul as relating to resonance, vibration, speech and lyrical control. Dissonance between two erstwhile kindred spirits is finally overcome with old technology (made new again) that applies trigger words, sounds, and two-syllable phonemes … Read more

Auditory streaming and the building of timbre – Steven Pinker

Harmonies and Melodies, assigning source, deciding musicality, based on timbre. https://www.academia.edu/661171/Auditory_streaming_and_the_building_of_timbre   Auditory streaming, a concept explored in the field of psychology and neuroscience, refers to the brain’s ability to separate and organize complex auditory information into distinct perceptual streams or channels. This phenomenon allows us to perceive and make sense of the various components … Read more

World’s ugliest music – Scott Rickard

Scott Rickard has degrees in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Electrical Engineering from M.I.T. and MA and PhD degrees in Applied and Computational Mathematics from Princeton University. At University College Dublin, he founded the Complex & Adaptive Systems Laboratory, where biologists, geologists, mathematicians, computer scientists, social scientists and economists work on problems which matter to people. … 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

Music of the Primes

The Music of the Primes Marcus du Sautoy, Oxford University Thursday, May 8, 2008, at 6:00 pm Marcus du Sautoy, author of the The Music of the Primes, will discuss the mystery of prime numbers, the history behind the https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PgqEaUT8Qo0     “Music of the Primes” is a book written by Marcus du Sautoy, a … Read more