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Why are we called 4Thirty2une?

We feel there is something sinister and evil, about society’s set 440hz standard tuning of music.

The standard tuning of music that was once 432hz, adjusted to 440, and we’ll explain that shortly. Firstly, each set of Hz sends out frequencies and creates vibrations. The visualizations of these are known as cymatics.

Sound at 440hz was used by Nazi propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels, as a military weapon. He used it to make people think and feel, a certain manner, and to make them a prisoner of a certain consciousness. The imposed tuning caused aggression, psychosocial agitation, and emotional distress.

The Rockefeller Foundation had an interest in making sure the United States adopted the 440 Hz standard in 1935. Was this the beginning of a “war on consciousness” leading to “musical cult control?”

Then around 1940, the United States introduced 440hz worldwide, and finally in 1953 it became the ISO 16-standard after a worldwide agreement was signed. This tone standard is now universally accepted, which is why a piano in New York sounds exactly the same as a piano in Hong Kong..

Music was once tuned at a frequency that was calm, easier to listen to, brighter, clearer, and contained more inherent dynamic range. People have always loved music. As most things that people love, music was then monopolized. The monopoly of music began predisposing people to physical illnesses and financial impositions profiting the agents, agencies, and companies engaged in the monopoly due to the change in attitude and distressed tuning of listeners.

Now that you know this, understand that the frequency of music should be set at the 432hz standard.

Most music we feature is not engineered to 432hz. As music is submitted by independent artist.

4Thirty2une began in a Buffalo, Ny dining room. This is a platform for unsigned artist who want to extend their audience, and show the world their talentsJ. 4Thirty2une is also a proud supporter of entrepreneurship, and provides a space for business owners to advertise their products and services. Get in tune, and network with some of the hottest up and coming artist and businesses.

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