Boss SY-1000 F.A.Q.
Started by dreamyreamy, September 24, 2012, 04:37:21 PM
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QuoteAnd for that matter, I've had it with 60 cycle hum. I'm finding a stand-alone generator so I can have 56 cycle hum.
Quote from: plexified on August 08, 2018, 12:18:05 AMA long time ago I had done some work regarding 'resonance' and had entered the world of cymatics. Here I was using small water pools subjected to frequencies as well as rice paper and sand. Here we were noting geometric patterns at certain frequencies that formed and fine tuned the patterns. We did this with small objects in foam to induce levitation as well. I eventually took home the schuman resonance to tune my guitar as well. It was 432 and adjusted 430.65 . First round was my acoustic and then cranking up the plexi. I tuned to A=440 and just spent a few days jamming and listening. I then switched up to the 430.65. I didn't notice too much but suspected a little more 'ring' in the sustain and the tension on the string bends. Then the plexi was differnt. It had a sweeter feedback , both at the amp, and the way it was exciting my acoustic. It was funny to hear. Literally exciting the acoustic guitar strings, a sympathetic byproduct. So the last thing was listening back to some of the recordings. And here I could feel a difference. Can't explain it, just a feeling that was better. I usually tuned to Eb or 'Pink Floyd/ VH I' but this was not as flat.I later learned that the brainwaves could be the factor here. The two hemispheres of the brain communicate at a fluxuating schuman resonance frequency also. The heartbeat of earth. Essentially 7.83 hertz +/- as this natural resonance fluxuates. I think of it as the calming of a heartbeat whilst in the womb. While my new goal is to levitate my Marshall Cab with dropped tuning of mother earth when I hit the right resonant frequency. ;-) Couldn't feel it while I played, but while listening. Explains the Pink Floyd part for me, because that's some of my favorite jams. Sorrow by Gilmour was a good one I play now with the GR-55 and I have it tuned down. Super Moody.Here is a converter that might help with cents, I use it for my scale correction with a lot of luck.http://www.sengpielaudio.com/calculator-centsratio.htmhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientific_pitch_notationhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_and_mathematicsyou'll have to confer with Tesla on the Resonance Project. Vortex Mathematics.