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Relearning Reality - Nassim Haramein. Sounds of Space: New 'Chorus' Recording By RBSP's EMFISIS Instrument. Audio (wav or mp3) of the phenomenon known as "chorus" radio waves within Earth’s magnetosphere that are audible to the human ear, as recorded on Sept. 5, 2012, by RBSP’s Electric and Magnetic Field Instrument Suite and Integrated Science (EMFISIS).

Sounds of Space: New 'Chorus' Recording By RBSP's EMFISIS Instrument

Five six-second "events" are captured in this sample, and they are played end-to-end, one right after the other, without gaps. Credit: University of Iowa Researchers from the Electric and Magnetic Field Instrument Suite and Integrated Science (EMFISIS) team at the University of Iowa have released a new recording of an intriguing and well-known phenomenon known as “chorus,” made on Sept. 5, 2012. The Waves tri-axial search coil magnetometer and receiver of EMFISIS captured several notable peak radio wave events in the magnetosphere that surrounds the Earth. Sounds of Space: New 'Chorus' Recording By RBSP's EMFISIS Instrument. Audio (wav or mp3) of the phenomenon known as "chorus" radio waves within Earth’s magnetosphere that are audible to the human ear, as recorded on Sept. 5, 2012, by RBSP’s Electric and Magnetic Field Instrument Suite and Integrated Science (EMFISIS).

Sounds of Space: New 'Chorus' Recording By RBSP's EMFISIS Instrument

Five six-second "events" are captured in this sample, and they are played end-to-end, one right after the other, without gaps. Credit: University of Iowa Researchers from the Electric and Magnetic Field Instrument Suite and Integrated Science (EMFISIS) team at the University of Iowa have released a new recording of an intriguing and well-known phenomenon known as “chorus,” made on Sept. 5, 2012. Microtonality, Tunings and Modes. There is still a lot of good music waiting to be written in C major. — Arnold Schönberg One of the most liberating aspects about using a computer to compose music is that non-traditional “frequency space” can be explored in different ways without having to address the limitations of physical instruments or human performers.

Microtonality, Tunings and Modes

This sort of experimentation may involve working with raw, untempered Hertz values, just harmonic ratios, microtonal inflections, or “alternate” tuning systems, which we define very broadly to mean any tuning system other than the standard 12-tone equal tempered scale. But working with an expanded frequency space using MIDI synthesizers will quickly expose a strong bias of MIDI towards the popular music tradition and the Western tonal system in general. MIDI and Microtonal Tuning There are two basic methods for producing microtonal sound on a MIDI synthesizer. Channel Tuning Note by note tuning Equal division tuning Channel Tuning in Common Music Interaction 15-1. Stuart Mitchell - Saturn's Hexagon Explained with Cymatics. Cassini discovers music of the rings (News Report Nov 2004) Source - Cassini Huygens Science News BILL KURTH from the University of Iowa in the United States has been analysing radio emissions captured by NASA's Cassini spacecraft: ...as you might expect, we don't do a lot of research with the sounds themselves although we have been known in the past to convert some our signals to sound to listen for things that we expect to hear, but nevertheless we enjoy listening to them and we've found that a large number of laypeople can relate more to the sounds, probably, than to the physics underlying them.

Stuart Mitchell - Saturn's Hexagon Explained with Cymatics

Musicians have used planetary radio waves in the past to varying degrees of success. Major second. Step: major second (major tone) Play .

Major second

Minor tone (10:9) Play . In Western music theory, a major second (sometimes also called whole tone) is a second spanning two semitones ( Intervals composed of two semitones, such as the major second and the diminished third, are also called tones, whole tones, or whole steps[1][2][3][4][5][6] One source says step is "chiefly US "Mr. What Music Really İs. Edward Leedskalnin. Edward Leedskalnin (Latvian: Edvards Liedskalniņš) (January 12, 1887, Stāmeriena parish, Livonia; December 7, 1951, Miami) was an eccentric Latvian emigrant to the United States and amateur sculptor who single-handedly built the monument known as Coral Castle in Florida.

Edward Leedskalnin

He was also known for his obscure theories on magnetism. Life[edit] Edward Leedskalnin was born January 12, 1887, according to World War I draft registration records, in Stāmeriena parish, Latvia. Little is known of his childhood, aside from the fact that he was not wealthy and achieved only a fourth-grade education. However Edward was a sickly boy, and often spent his time inside reading books — eventually leading him to discontinue his schooling as it "bored him". The Ancient Solfeggio Scale. These Solfeggio frequencies make up the sacred Solfeggio scale: UT – 396 Hz Intent: turning grief into joy, liberating guilt & fear This frequency liberates the energy and has beneficial effects on feelings of guilt.

The Ancient Solfeggio Scale

It cleanses the feeling of guilt, which often represents one of the basic obstacles to realization, enabling achievement of goals in the most direct way. The ‘Ut’ tone releases you from the feeling of guilt and fear by bringing down the defense mechanisms. 396 Hz frequency searches out hidden blockages, subconscious negative beliefs, and ideas that have led to your present situations. Sacred Frequencies. Modern science is now beginning to recognizing what the ancient mystics and wise men have told us for centuries; that everything is in a constant state of vibration.

Sacred Frequencies

Singing Sand Dunes Caused by Vibrating Sand. Earth Resonance and the Pyramids. Earth Resonance and the Pyramids By L.

Earth Resonance and the Pyramids

Oliver Duffy In a previous posting I discussed the concept of the circulator and how it applies to Earth. Because Earth’s magnetic field is fairly weak, the circulator effect is minimal. This causes electromagnetic radiation being sent out from an antenna to be twice as strong at about 1000 miles east of the transmitter than at an equivalent distance in the westerly direction. If it were not for the fact of Earth and her associated ionosphere creating a spherical resonator there would be no frequency to measure. As the wave travels around the planet the circle continues to increase in diameter and decrease in amplitude, much like a rubber band stretching over a large ball. Singing Sand Dunes. Tesla & The Great Pyramid. By Keith Hunter Tesla - the Wireless Transmission of Power & Earth Harmonics.

Tesla & The Great Pyramid

The Great Pyramid of Giza as a monument of creation - Part 3: Air Element. Sound is defined as a vibration of the element of Air or a small change in air pressure, which is propagated through the medium of air. The number of vibrations or changes in air pressure, per unit of time is expressed in hertz (Hz) and audible to the human ear from 20 to 20,000 hertz.

This means that we can hear sounds between 20 and 20,000 hertz. Sound below 20 hertz is called infrasound or low frequency sound and is not heard. This noise, however, can be felt.