Planetary Harmonics & Neuro-biological Resonances
in Light, Sound, & Brain Wave Frequencies; Including the translation of sound to color Copyright © 2003-2014 Nick Anthony Fiorenza, All Rights Reserved New sections added: How to convert musical notes to color. Musical notes and Keyboard colors. Play Pythagorean vs. The Measurement of Light Converting Audio Tones to the Visible Spectrum of Light - Color Before getting into Planetary Harmonics and Bio-harmonic resonances, let us first explore the octave of visible light, that which the human eye sees, and its relation to sound. Frequency is a measure of how many waves occur in a given moment of time. If we were to raise middle C, which has a frequency of ~523 Hertz, by forty octaves (523 times 2 forty times), we would have a very high frequency of 5.75044581 x 1014 Hertz. Waves of light are quite short. Converting Frequency to Wavelength To convert a frequency to wavelength, we divide the "speed of light" by the frequency. First we must raise 440 Hz forty octaves (440 times 2, forty times).
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