Anderson Paak - Your Prime [Explicit] 432hz [Rap/RnB]

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Follow Anderson Paak on soundcloud!!! https://soundcloud.com/andersonpaak Go support the artist on https://soundcloud.com !!!!! Tuned to the scientific tuning(432hz) using Audacity. Not to be confused with the Pythagorean tuning. Why 432hz? http://soundofgoldenlight.com/432-hz/ How to tune your tracks to 432hz using the change speed effect in Audacity which can be downloaded here: http://www.audacityteam.org/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. First import the track into audacity by dragging your MP3 file from your music folder into the audacity app. Or alternately go to File / Import / Audio File and select your MP3. 2.First I lower the volume of the track using the amplify effect to prevent clipping(I use -.09 increments a few times to find a sweet spot.) 3.Then I apply the change speed effect by -1.818% to the track. This will amplify the song which is why I lowered the volume before I did it. 4.Listen to the loud parts to make sure nothing clips(goes over 0-DB or into the red on your bars.) 5.If everything sounds heavenly then go to File/Export. That is it! Explanation of This Conversion Method --------------------------------------------------------------- Standard 440hz | Scientific 432hz --------------------------------------------------------------- A4 440hz x 98.182% = 432hz A4 G4 392hz x 98.182% = 384.87hz G4 A3 220hz x 98.182% = 216hz A3 A2 110hz x 98.182% = 108hz A2 Check here to see if it matches up: http://www.phy.mtu.edu/~suits/notefreq432.html Slowing the track down effects all of the frequencies. If the frequency is 110hz and you slow it down by 1.818% then its cycle will reduce down to 108hz and so on and so forth. There is also no loss of quality here because you are not pitch shifting. There are new frequencies being added across the entire range. New spacing between chords. This is why the track gets louder after you slow it down and why you have to lower the volume first to avoid clipping. **If you liked this video please subscribe! I post 25-50 songs a week! Mostly free downloads. Always fresh music. All 432hz. I also take requests!**

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