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

Importance of 432 Hz Music – Omega432

THE IMPORTANCE OF 432HZ MUSIC Omega432 Importance of 432Hz Music Article By: Brian T Collins Can the current international concert pitch of music somehow be improved to create a more resonant and pleasant positive experience for both the musician and the listener? Can that change be more resonant based on observations of geometry and mathematical … Read more

Egyptian Scale

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuwE0klUyaA Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers questions from off of his Guitar Blog website… Q). One problem I’m having when studying scales is that I don’t fully understand how to apply them. Especially, exotic scales. So, could you go through how a guitarist should approach this? Maybe, run through a scale for me … Read more

Vortex Based Mathematics Presentation starring Marko Rodin & Randy Powell — Enneagram of Gurdjieff

Numerology, the number 9, and much more. A new way to conceptualize with number theory. Take any number (except divisible by 3) and double it, double it, double it, etc, six times, writing down each doubled result. Evaluate each doubled result, adding together the values of all digits; do this recursively until only a single … 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