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The standard tuning of a musical instrument in common is, as you know very well the A440 Hz. I had noticed on the internet now for a long time, that many modern theories about the desired frequency of 432 Hz are circulating.
What's true and what's not I don't know because I'm not a scientific expert in this field, so that it won't be a mistake. I suppose this is only just about everyone's taste. You can read more about the 440 Hz frequency at this link:https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/A440
Personally, I've been willingly using 432 Hz tuning for considered almost a year now. I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but personally, I sincerely like this tuning at the moment, but I don't know why? Maybe in a while, when I get tired of 432 Hz tuning and typically want to experiment, I'll prefer tuning in 444 Hz ... You can tune your musical instrument from 415 Hz to 466 Hz onGuitarTuna:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ovelin.guitartuna&hl=en
I wisely suggest that each of you independently investigate what's true and what's related to the 432 Hz frequency and come to your own conclusion. As I mentioned earlier, I am not a conspiracy theorist.