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Tuning Fork Meinl Sonic Energy Standard Pitch Tuning Fork 432 Hz

Meinl Sonic Energy Standard Pitch Tuning Fork 432 Hz

  • Tuning: 432,0 Hz (A4/a')
  • Application: Natural history, therapy
  • Size: 5,39" (13,7 cm)
  • Material: high quality nickel plated steel
  • Production: Handmade
  • Ergonomic cork handle, engraved Emblem and tuning info
  • Product code: TF-432
  • Country of Origin: Germany
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Meinl Sonic Energy Standard Pitch Tuning Fork 432 Hz · Tuning Fork

The natural concert pitch 432 Hz is a tone frequency that resonates with man, nature and the cosmos in harmony (one-tone).

Music in 432 Hz has a tangibly relaxing and healing effect on people, opens the heart and connects.

The earth vibrates in its year tone in the 32nd octave on C sharp - at 136 Hz. The year tone of the earth results from the vibration, which takes the time of a year, thus the duration of a complete journey of the earth around the sun.
This yearly tone is the "OM", the primal vibration, the everlasting tone.
This C sharp at 136 Hz corresponds in India to the natural concert pitch, is the keynote of the sitar and tambura music and is intoned as the holy OM.
If one follows now this basic tone in its natural tone sequence upward, one arrives at the A'= 432 Hz.

Meinl Sonic Energy
The Meinl Sonic Energy range includes a considerable selection of gongs and musical instruments tuned to the planets, including tam tams, sound bars, tuning forks and bells. In addition to the instruments you will also find a variety of accessories such as carrying bags, Stands, sleeves, mallets and care sets. All instruments from the Sonic Energy collection are handmade masterpieces from the famous manufacturer Meinl, which serve esoteric purposes and are used mainly in meditation, sound massage, yoga and sound therapy. The instruments help to bring life into harmony with the cosmic universe. The gongs as well as the sound bars, tuning forks and some Tam Tams are handmade in a traditional European way and are "Made in Germany". They are exactly tuned to the frequency of the moon, the sun and the planets. In production, Meinl reverts to the calculations of the Swiss mathematician and musicologist Hans Cousto, who in 1978 discovered the natural law of the cosmic octave. For the determination of the frequency, calculations are made on the basis of rotation and rotation times of the planets. For each tone, the corresponding frequency of the celestial body is reproduced to provide a special effect. Altogether the Sonic Energy instruments are tuned to 16 different frequencies: from the Sun, Earth and Moon, Neptune and Saturn to the Platonic Year and the Synodic Day.
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01/2020
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Meinl
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