I recently published a Blog post regarding how listening to Solfeggio Frequencies on YouTube could promote healing.
You can actually make your own solfeggio tones quite easily and I’ll discuss the options in this post.
The simplest way is with the free to use Online Tone Generator, using your device or computer. Some people prefer to listen to the pure tone on low volume, others prefer to have the tone playing so it is barely heard, while watching TV or listening to the radio. Most of YouTube’s Solfeggio video’s are mixed with a soundtrack so you can not hear the solfeggio tone – We’ll discuss how you can make these too further along in this article.
Online Tone Generator is available here: http://www.szynalski.com/tone-generator/ By default it is set to produce a sine tone, which is what we need for a solfeggio tone. All you do is drag the slider bar on the web page until it displays the number in Hz of the tone you want to listen to. You can browse the numbers of the tones in HZ at the bottom of this page. If you can’t hear the tone, make sure your volume is turned up! (But remember, tones in the region of 80Hz and below can’t be heard by the human ear) Sine Tone Generator won’t allow you to save your tone as a sound file but if you click the ‘get link’ button you can copy it into your web browser and bookmark it for future use.
How to make a solfeggio tone with or without a music soundtrack overlay using Audacity
Audacity is Free easy-to-use, multi-track audio editor and recorder for Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux, and other operating systems. Audacity allows you to save your creation as a sound file that can be saved and played on your computer and devices, saved to a USB stick, or burnt to a CD. Audacity can be quite slow to process your work on older or low specification computers.
To start, open Audacity and point your screen cursor to the ‘Tracks’ button situated to the top left of your screen. A pop-down box will open, select ‘Add New’ then to the right ‘Audio Track’
A box will open up on the screen entitled ‘Tone Generator’ The Waveform selector should show Waveform:Sine. Leave it at that. In the frequency box enter the frequency number of the tone you want to generate. (You can choose a frequency to suit your needs from the list at the bottom of this page.) After ‘frequency’ in the Tone Generator box comes ‘Amplitude’ – just leave it as it is and enter the duration you want your track to be and click ‘OK.’ Audacity will now generate the tone which you can play using the play button.
If you don’t want to add a music track to your tone, use the file menu top left of the screen to save your project as an OGG file to your computer. If you do this you can reload it at a later date in Audacity and edit if necessary. You can also use ‘File’ / ‘Export audio’ to save your project as an mp3 file, a WAV file or any other of the less popular options listed. Wav has a higher quality of sound and is preferred. It also produces a larger file size.
Adding a Music Track
If you wish to add a favourite music track to cover the sound of the tone, you would do this immediately after you add the new audio (tone) track above. To add your audio track, scroll your cursor to the top menu to the ‘Tracks’ button, place your cursor there, in the resulting dropdown box that opens scroll your cursor to ‘Add New’ and select ‘Stereo Track’ A new editor area will now show underneath the first one that holds the tone you created.
Click on the newly created editing area to highlight it and click on ‘File’ top left of the screen, select ‘import’ then ‘Audio’ and select the music file you want to import from your computer into the box. Once this is done you can use the play button and that will play your tone and music track at the same time.
Now is a good time to adjust the volume of the tone track and your imported music file. Click on the editing area of the track you want to adjust the volume of, to the very left you will see a small box area named ‘Audio Track’ – inside the box is a little down arrow with a minus and plus sign at each side. Click and drag the arrow left or right to adjust the volume level of that track.
Click on the editing area of of the other track and adjust the volume. It is best to adjust the tone track so you can barely hear it above your music soundtrack, or so you can’t hear it at all (but only just – don’t make it far lower!) You can now save your project/sound file as outlined above.
Audacity really is all that you need to produce your own solfeggio tracks, but for those with higher ambitions nch’s MixPad Multitrack Recording Software is fun to explore. It’s a free trial fully featured download. After a few sessions of use it will lock and you will be asked to buy it to continue using it.
The main six Solfeggio frequencies are:
1. UT – 396 Hz
The 396 Hz Solfeggio Frequency helps those who struggle with feelings such as guilt, fear, and grief. This tone is highly grounding and cleansing. I also highly recommend trying out binaural beats as a form of healing, such as this track that helps to remove anxiety.
2. RE – 417 Hz
This sound frequency helps you to clear negativity and removes subconscious blockages in the form of limiting core beliefs, toxic thinking patterns, and harmful habits. The 417 Hz tone is primarily about facilitating change and connecting you back with the Divine Source. Binaural beats is another form of music therapy that can help with clearing negativity (check out this track).
3. MI – 528 Hz
The “MI” tone is often thought of as the “love frequency.” This sound vibration is also said to be central to creation and is thought to restore inner equilibrium, increase awareness, repair DNA, and stimulate transformation.
4. FA – 639 Hz
This sound vibration increases understanding, tolerance, interpersonal harmony, and empathy. As such the “FA” tone is said to strengthen relationships, family connection, and unity with others. If you’re struggling in your work or personal relationships, this sound frequency may help you create more harmony. If you’re interested in attracting and manifesting more love, this binaural beats meditation is also a wonderful tool.
5. SOL – 741 Hz
SOL is the frequency which is said to help detox the body from all types of pollutants (viral, fungal, bacterial, electromagnetic). This sound vibration is also said to be useful when trying to solve problems as it will increase mental clarity. If you’re struggling with chronic aches and pains, you might also like to look into binaural beats, which is another form of music healing (see this track).
6. LA – 852 Hz
The frequencies text above – Source: https://lonerwolf.com/solfeggio-frequencies/
Solfeggio scale and the additional tones
As you already know, the original Solfeggio scale has 6 tones. The tones are: 396, 417, 528, 639, 741 & 852. Following the pattern established by these original tones, additional frequencies can be calculated. There are three frequencies which can be calculated below the 396 before breaking the pattern (63, 174, 285) and there are infinite frequencies that can be calculated above the 852. See below:
- 174 – reduce pain
- 285 – influence energy fields
- 396 – turn grief into joy
- 417 – facilitate change
- 528 – transformation & miracles
- 639 – reconnecting, relationships
- 741 – expressions/solutions
- 852 – return to spiritual order
- 963 – awaken perfect state
All these additional frequencies reduce to a 3, 6, or 9, but does it mean that we should use them just like the main tones from the Solfeggio scale? To be honest, I would recommend focusing on the 9 Solfeggio tones. The 6 main and the 3 additional tones (174, 285, 936) hold an infinite array of healing properties. They have been well researched and many people experience their benefits every day. See the testimonials.
I know that some artists utilize the additional frequencies in their work and while there is nothing wrong with doing this, it is my experience that they don’t strengthen the power of the main tones. The same is about the so-called ‘Master frequency’ (1122Hz). Rather than trying to reinvent the wheel I would recommend applying the simplicity, beauty and harmony of the original Solfeggio scale.
The final paragraph above sourced from: https://attunedvibrations.com/solfeggio-scale/
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