Monday, September 29, 2014

How to easily convert any music to 432hz and why

 "If you want to understand the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration"
Nikola Tesla

What do these famous words mean ?
A vibration is a movement up and down :

A frequency is the number of movements up and down per second, called hertz.
Energy is the ability to move, it is what fuels the movement up and down.

432hz tuning simply means that the note A in the middle of the musical scale will vibrate at 432hz, then all other notes along the scale are tuned accordingly.

 All octaves of the A note will be doubles or halves of that 432hz frequency (27, 54, 108, 216, 432, 864, etc)

Here are various cosmic measurements, where we find the exact same numbers :

Saturn polar diameter : 108,000 km
Saturn orbital period : 10,800 day
Venus orbital distance : 108 million km
Earth orbital velocity : 108,000 km/hour

Sun’s diameter is approximately 108 times the Earth diameter
Earth distance from the Sun : 108 solar diameters
Moon distance from the Earth : 108 lunar diameters

Moon diameter : 2160 miles
Earth meridian circumference : 21,600 nautical miles

25920 years of the galactic cyle/procession of the equinox : 432 x 60, 60 being at the basis of how we measure time
Speed of Light : 432 x 432 miles per second
Solar system speed inside the galaxy : 43200 miles per hour
Jupiter orbital period : 4,320 days
Mars diameter : 4,320 miles

Sun diameter : 864,000 miles
Jupiter diameter : 86,400 miles
Earth day : 86,400 second

Many of these numbers were found at

John Stuart Reid has used cymatics (the science of making sound visible by vibrating water or other types of particles) to show the shape created by 432hz  :

This is the shape at the the center of a tri vesica pisces :

Which is the basis for the flower of life :

This is the basis for a lot of sacred geometry found everywhere in nature.
 This means that 432hz creates this geometry when the sound spreads into physical matter, in our space, our body, etc

This table below is the product of consecutive doubles (vertically), and consecutive triples (horizontally).
This just happens to give us the exact list of frequencies for the 432hz Pythagorean scale.


A scientific study was published showing clear reducing of inflammation, stress levels and other symptoms by listening to 432hz Pythagorean music only three times, for 35min each time, in a period of 7 days. You can read it here :

Sound is created by the motion up and down of a frequency : when our vocal strings vibrate or when the wings of an insect go up and down, it creates a sound. So a guitar tuned to 432hz simply means that when one of its string is plucked it will go up and down 432 times per second.
This is a powerful force, see how a voice can shatter glass. Many studies have proven the effects of music on our physical, mental and emotional health.

There are several aspects in music : the emotional and mental energy in it, the intention behind it, and the physics of it : its frequency, structure, etc.
Positive intentions, emotions and thoughts in music can provide healing regardless of its physics, but proper physics can take the healing to a whole other level.

Many European music before the early 50s, ancient Egyptian music, traditionally made Tibetan bowls and didgeridoos, classical Indian music, and many others, were tuned to 432hz traditionally. These frequencies are also found a lot in nature, including whales and dolphins singing.

Now without further ado :

How to convert any music from 440hz to 432hz

(Note : This protocol is to convert music from 440hz to 432hz. If the music was originally made in 432hz or any other frequency, then using this protocol will not work. Almost all music nowadays is in 440hz, except some (but not all) Indian traditional music which is still made in 432hz (based on C# of 136.1 which is equivalent), as well as some traditional Tibetan or didgeridoo music, and a few other isolated cases.)

Download the free software Audacity here
Then download this little plug-in here in order to be able to save files in mp3
 First we need to create a protocol, and then you will be able to apply it quickly and easily to any file or group of files.
Open Audacity, click on the 'File' tab on the top left corner, then 'Edit chains', and then 'Add' on the bottom left corner.
Enter the name you want for the protocol, for example 432, then click on insert. Then double click on 'TimeScale', and then edit parameters.
Then type -1.818 in both (%) boxes and click Ok :

Then click ok again, then click on insert, and double click on 'Exportmp3', and click Ok.

That's it ! Click ok to leave this box, and now anytime you want to convert a file, click on 'File', 'Apply chain', select the 432 protocol, and click on 'Apply to files', select the music files you want to convert and it will be done automatically. You can select as many files as you want and the converted files will be placed in a new folder named 'cleaned', inside the folder where the original file was.

And here's a video tutorial if you need help


You can also use certain music players for computer and phones which will play your music in 432hz automatically without needing to convert the files. However the files will not be converted so if you play them anywhere outside of these players, for example if you upload them on a website or on another device or physical CD, they will be in 440 again. They are still good alternatives as they will automatically play any 440hz tune in 432hz without requiring any work from you.

Click here to get the application for Windows or for phones

Click here for other alternatives on all platforms


Voila !


And here are some of my own tunes produced in 432hz and Pythagorean tuning to give you some example :

More on my music website here :

  Other Tunings :

Around the second world war, the cabal studied which tuning would be the most harmful for humans, and as a result imposed the 440hz tuning (which was pretty much unheard of before that) via Goebbels (who thought it was the best for war marches), and JC Deagan. Musicians at the time protested against it but it was pushed through anyway. Almost all music has been tuned to that since then.

Since the new age movement, there has also been another tuning circulating called solfeggio, based on a middle C note of 528hz. This corresponds to a middle A of 444hz.
Although the numbers used for these frequencies do also correspond to sacred geometry, it appears they do not correspond to frequencies : as you can see in this video at the 6min6 mark, these frequencies are not harmonious between themselves, which means that it is not possible to play any music with them. So when you listen to music supposedly made with these frequencies, there can only be one note that will be part of this 'solfeggio' scale, and the rest of the music will not be part of it, which raises questions about its validity. This tuning was also, as far as I know, unheard of until recently.

The Pythagorean tuning (also called just intonation), is a separate, independant and complementary aspect than the 432hz aspect. The 432hz is the reference point, and the Pythagorean aspect is the space between the different notes in the scale. Pythagoras described this system as the music of the spheres, considering that all celestial bodies in the cosmos are arranged together vibrationally like a musical scale. Click here for more info)


  1. Thank you for sharing this information.

  2. Show. Testei no smartphone e senti inclusive efeitos físicos como calma e serenidade. Franz Schubert ficou impressionante.

    1. I thank you for doing this research and sharing your work! I love to apply frequency and vibrational modalities to heal and transform .
      It is eye opening to know that most persons are listening to 440 Hz unawares. I look at there expressions and seldom do I see happy on their faces.
      Sound that is not in tune with follow Nature's way is causing harm. Thank you again for sharing so we can consciously choose our music!

  3. Hi,

    You can use Foobar2000, with the pluggin SoundTouch to convert all your music in 432 Hz.

    Look at here :

  4. I want you to thank for your time of this wonderful read!!! I definately enjoy every little bit of it and I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff of your blog a must read blog! music

  5. i need automatic converter to all my mp3's and flac music...

  6. to change pitch from 440hz to 432hz using the timescale . i am typing -1.818 in both lower boxes as instructed. everything goes fine but the cleaned file is only 3:57.008 in length and the original is 3:56.994. i would expect it to about 4 seconds longer. when i posted this question on the Audacity forum i got the following reply. i hope this helps others.
    and you want to make it sound as if they were tuned to A432, then for the best sound quality, use the "Change speed" effect type -1.818" in the "Percent Change" box. The new length will be 4:1.382.

    1. the website instructs us to use the pitch tool but I would recommend the change speed effect. It will do the same thing with pitch but resize the length as well. To do this
      - open the change speed tool and in the speed multiplier put 0.98182
      (the percent changed should be at -1.818) :) hope this helps

  7. Just to let you know the method this website instructed had us use the pitch tool instead of the speed tool the pitch tool changes the pitch and keeps the timing. to change the timing and pitch for a cleaner track in audacity
    -use change speed tool and on the speed multiplier put in 0.98182
    (this will bring the percent change on the right side down to -1.818)
    :) hope this helps

  8. Is mp3 the only file type that you can export as? I wanted to have my songs as wav files.

    1. There are plenty of file types you can export, wav included

  9. This is really interesting, thank you.
    One question: is there a way of converting music to 432Hz without slowing it down?
    Or are there any original recordings of music played at 432Hz?

    1. As far as I can see the method I give in the article does not slow the music down, the files end up the same length.
      Yes energetically it's even better to have music that was originally made in 432. The music I make is done in 432 originally, you can find a song in the article above, and a link to more on the right side of this blog.

      I don't know many artists who make music in 432 but there a probably a few out there. It's also quite easy to tune most instruments to 432 with a tuner.

  10. Great! Thanks for your clarification

  11. How do I know if I already have music tuned to 432?

  12. is there any way to know if the song is already in 432 or if it is in 440? for example, if i download a soundtrack of a game, or a music for meditation on youtube, how do i know, if who uploaded it already converted it? like, is there any way to measure it? thanks.

    1. you can download a tuner for your mobile device. I have one on my BlackBerry called Chromatic Tuner. With this one I can set the tuning frequency to 432Hz. I find it best to start playing the music then pick a distinctive note then turn off the music and whistle or hum that note.

  13. an alternative free iOS audio player with supporting A432Hz instrument tuning

  14. I'm not sure this makes any sense.
    Even if I grant you that 432 is some resonate tone of the universe...that still tells us nothing about every other note besides the "A". What I mean is that our musical system is Equal Tempered. Therefore none of the ratios but the octaves are PURE. Everything is slightly adjusted to make multiple octaves sound in tune. Therefore tuning to 432 doesn't give you any resolution of pitch except that single note: A. The "b" the "c#" etc, none of them are going to be a perfect ratio or subdivision of 432. So you've simply got an "A". None of the other notes are going to be "in perfect harmony" with the cosmos, or whatever.

    If i'm wrong please enlighten me as to how and why.

    1. Yes if you use equally tempered most (not all) of the other notes will be approximations and not 100% exact, which is still much better than being in 440. If you use 432 plus pythagorean tuning, then all the notes are exact (which is what I use for the music I make) as shown in this video at the 1:00min mark :

    2. Yes you are right... even if you tune the guitar to 432Hz the other notes inrealtion to A will not be in perfect harmony,, as we use the 12-TET system.. If you look at the pythogoran scale from 256Hz to 512Hz for C4 to C5. The A4 note is 432Hz.. If you set the C4 at the harmoniuos 256Hz then A4 is 430.54Hz with 12-TET. So with 12-TET it will always be a comprimise. But tuning around 432Hz is still much better than 440Hz for the human voice. THe notes in the 12-TET scale just sits much nicer at when tuning your A4 to 432Hz. I tested different pitches for A3 and 215Hz/430Hz start sitting uncomftable in the throat.. TO sunk down, 432Hz is better for A but then your C will be flat by 5.86 cents.
      THe difference between 12-TET and pythagoran tuning with the root at 256Hz is that the major scale (Do, re, mi, fa, so, la, ti, to) generally is sharper than 12-TET. TO my ears you want to be above the A4=430.54Hz with 12-TET or it starts sounding to sunk down on vocals.. Anywhere from 431-434Hz is nice. 435Hz still sound good but above 435Hz with 12-TET and then you start loosing the "earthy" soul pleasing sound..

  15. While most music is tuned to 440 Hz, my music is mostly tuned to 480 Hz.
    How would I convert that?

    1. when you do the 'timescale' programming, the number 1.818 to write in both boxes is the percentage for which to lower the tuning. to get from 440 to 432, it's -8 hertz, 8 is 1.818% of 440, so -1.818% . to convert from 480 to 432, instead of writing -1.818 in both boxes, you write -10.909 :)

  16. Thank you!! :-)

    I find this so interesting and I really feel that listening to music in 432 hz makes a huge difference. I now use the 432 player app whenever I listen to music (it pitch shifts music that’s tuned to 440 Hz to 432 Hz).

    Being a musician myself, I’m so happy I heard about 432 hz and I’ve recently decided to re-release all my own music in 432 Hz.Your blog was a huge inspiration for this. I’m linking to my blog on 432 Hz music with my music video “I AM” & my EP below. (It’s free).

  17. Thank you. This was very interesting and informative. Also, your music is beautiful. So do you think that the Solfeggio frequencies have any benefits at all? Or should we only listen to music at 432Hz?

  18. For linux users, I have developed a plugin for rhythmbox. It converts music from 440Hz to 432Hz while playing. You can find the plugin here:

  19. So glad this post still alive, thanks for this info.

  20. Great article. Although I prefer to use the speed conversion as oppose to the “sliding time scale pitch shift” conversion. In fact I believe that slightly slowing the speed to lower the pitch to 432 Hz should be the only way to match all the frequencies in the music to the numbers in the complete 432 Hz scale. There’s no loss in quality and there’s no slight echo sound like the sliding time scale pitch shift method. 432 Hz is a longer wavelength compared to 440 Hz so in order for all the frequencies to match the complete 432 Hz scale, the frequencies in the song requires to be slightly extended to match the 432 Hz scale. It might make the beat slightly slower but you can definitely tell the difference.