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Dear users, I have decided to phase out the posting on the forums on this website and move any discussions over to this private facebook group or join the Discord for realtime chat. I will not make the forums offline as there is a wealth of content, but posting has now been disabled. Thanks to all those who have contributed over the years, and I'll see you over on the Facebook group or Discord! -Tom

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    Want to make music in 432 hz and find the best way

    "thank you all so much for your great input and feedback, we really really love you guys and yes, we are dirty hippies on a quest, so while we have yet to find THE proof that 432 hz beats 440 hz for cosmic reasons we go about it as any other thing: experience. the dancefloor test will be the ultimate and there are countless reasons to suspect that there might be more to this than the naysayers say i especially loved this one studying the concept of everything being frequency on a different spectrum very much supports the notion to search for "musical indexes" that are in (closer) alignment with the dynamics and mathematics that can be found in nature. such as the fibonacci sequence and the golden ratio. and the flower of life. in music. there is so much to learn, we are only starting out here Again, thanks to all, we'll tune some synths now and soon to full consciousness

    [url=http://]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zw0uWCNsyw[/url]

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    Bitwig Vs Ableton

    Hello....
    Ilike that the Shortcuts are mostly the same as in Ableton
    The speed of loading a song is awesome, same when u sort the tracks in the timeline.
    the navigator slot with the histogram is extreme helpful to make really fast an humanised groove of clips
    The overview of nestig fx chains are better then in ableton
    u have a slot in the delay for wet fx, means u can put easy an fx chain to modulate the delay wet signal, also with reverbs ans other fx
    the eq sounds awesome
    polysynth sounds more powerful then the operator.
    the analogue Drums sounds good too
    The complete navigation in the program is smart and quick
    u dont have to save ure racks, when u can open 2 or more songs in Bitwig and drag them around the projects
    and so on and so on....
    so for me is ableton now only a program to consolidate my old stuff and put it into BITWIG.....

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    Anyone else having problems with Massive?

    no, all of my friends use massive a lot,bcause it works stable.
    did u look at the sevice center of Ni if there is a new update version?

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    Want to make music in 432 hz and find the best way

    heya tom,
    we love ya.

    We are sitting together and wondering wether there is an easy way to start making a track that is tuned to the base frequency of 432 hz, rather than the manipulative and conditioned 440hz which are not in harmony with nature.

    How would we go about setting this option in ableton live?
    If there IS no good way yet, would we really have to set every individual synthesizer or track to 432 hz somehow (via synthesizer "options" or fine tuning to 432 hz)?

    Due to the long awaited global awakening we all want to know now.
    Is there anything you Tom or this lovely community can offer to advance and focus the knowledge in this thread? Maybe also with special reference to Ableton, plugins or well working workflow methods for achieving the cosic tuning effortlessly?

    much love from "germany" (there are no borders)

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    DAW Ableton in 432 Hz

    Heya Tom,
    we love ya!

    we are sitting with some friends and are wondering wether and how we would set a track to play in tune of the base 432 hz frequency instead of the "manipulation index" of the modern and unquestioned 440 hz?

    Would we really have to set the individual tracks (synthesizers) to 432 hz, meaning, tuning them down with fine pitch or setting the relevant setting in the options? Or is there an easy way to "convert" a 440hz track that is finished to 432 hz in mastering? Is this a method to achieve a base tuning of 432 hz? If not, how would we start a track in 432 hz tuning rather than 440 hz, so that we don't have to worry about this during the making of the track.

    Because let's face it: We would love to make music that is in cosmic harmony to life, so we need a roadmap to making music with regular DAWs that allows 432 hz basic tuning in the most workflow friendly way possible.

    I am sure this is topic that many are very interested in right now <3
    Love from "Germany" to all of ya :)

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