## Music Frequencies

The harmonics of earth rotation (day) and orbit (year) is

**365.2425**, over 400 yearsand equates to F# in Hertz if A is set to 434.35Hz or more precisely (434.348979855)

**Enter the number of seconds to play the note; (2 to 30),**

**Using A as ::**and to lower tension, especially for 12 string; tune flat:

Tune G string to F# @ and bass E to Eb @

**Using A as ::**and to lower tension, especially for 12 string; tune flat:

Tune G string to F# @ and bass E to Eb @

**Western 12 Equal Tempered Standards**

E4 & A4

**Info on the orange button values**

Frequencies are generally in Hertz (Hz) and relate to a second which is one 86,400th of a day.

The 16th sub-harmonic of a day is 1.318359325sec (86400 divided by 2^16)

Now find a note such that if the 16th sub-harmonic is multiplied by another harmonic the frequency it will fall in the scale 4 range, where A=440.

Using 512 (2^9) as the harmonic results in 388.36Hz (freq per second) which is near G4. Reducing A4 to 435.92 makes G4 exactly 388.36

See http://rogerlovejoy.net/blog/space.php/sound-harmony

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