Why is music with a nice ambiance a pleasure and produces strong emotions in us? Not least because the harmonic sequence of a composition matches with the timing of a physiological sensory process. That is, the musical intervals are logarithmically calibrated, just as our senses.
We live in a logarithmic world. All our senses perceive the logarithm of a signal, not the linear intensity of the signal itself. That is why we measure the volume in decibels, a logarithmic unit. Tones, which frequencies are twice, four– or eight times higher or lower, we perceive as a, a’ or a”, as similar sounds. This property of our hearing enables us to distinguish harmony from disharmony. The harmonious tone sequence 2/1 (octave), 3/2 (quint), 4/3 (fourth), 5/4 (third), etc. has hyperbolic-logarithmic scaling.
In a real media, the key tone, the overtone and the undertones are produced simultaneously. This creates consonance and dissonance. Not only is our hearing able to distinguish consonance from dissonance, this is an essential physical ability of the matter. It is about the expenditure of energy which is necessary to produce an overtone. An octave is created most easily (with minimal energy expenditure per oscillation period), because only one frequency doubling is needed to produce an overtone. Slightly more energy is required to generate a quint 3/2 or a fourth 4/3, because it also requires a tripling or quadrupling the fundamental frequency. Even more energy is needed to produce the small third 6/5 with equal amplitude, and so on. That is, the musical intervals in the spectrum of oscillation modes are playing an energetic key role.
The unusually long lifetime of the proton and the electron is the reason that ordinary matter consists of atoms. Atoms always contain the same number of protons and electrons. However, each proton is about 1836 times heavier than each electron in an atom. Therefore, the atomic mass is more than 99 percent of the proton or its excited state, the neutron. For this reason, proton resonances determine the course of all processes and the organization of all structures in the universe.
With an analysis of physiologically important vibrational processes after global scaling, for example, the range of respiratory frequencies, the frequency spectrum of the heartbeat, the spectrum of human voice or the electrical activity of the brain, we can realize how important proton resonances for us and our health is.
An orchestra or choir attunes to the standard pitch, which was established at an international conference of 1939 with 440 hertz. In several European countries in the 17th, 18th and 19th century there were still standard pitches common in the frequency range of 409 – 466 Hz. Regardless of the internationally accepted standard of 440 hertz, now, however, have also higher pitch frequencies naturalized, especially because some string instruments sound at higher frequencies louder and fuller.
The frequency of the modern standard pitch is in the immediate vicinity of the proton resonance frequency of 453 hertz. From the Global Scaling point of view therefore, the definition of the standard pitch of 440 hertz is no accident, but also the desire to increase the frequency is now understandable.
Eventually, the international music community will use decades to looking for the perfect pitch, until the frequency of 453 Hz will become established as the final standard pitch frequency. The Global Scaling Sound Generator already allows music, melodies and chords to be composited with the basis of 453 Hz as the standard pitch. Moreover, with the Global Scaling Sound Generator is composing no longer bound by traditional musical intervals, scales and tunings. The entire spectrum of audible proton resonance frequencies is at your disposal to create the “Music of Creation” itself and apply to support health and well being.
A detailed guide to creating melodies and chords, see the included user manual for the Global Scaling Sound Generator. As a Java software is the GS sound generator running under different operating systems (Windows, Linux, etc.).
Global Scaling Sound Generator Features:
- Able to produce sounds, melodies and chords from the spectrum of the proton resonance frequencies
- To choose tone length and pause lengths from the spectrum of the proton resonance oscillation periods
- Graphical representation of musical intervals and frequencies in the spectrum of the proton resonances
- Introduction to the Theory of Global Scaling Hartmut Müller
- Help file to all features including tool tips
- Save and export of sound files in the WAV format
- Java SE 5, free download at Java.com;
- Windows XP, platform neutral installer;
- Linux, platform neutral installer;
- Windows Vista and Windows 7, windows installer;
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