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ANDREAS TSIARTAS

composer

SOUND TUNING

WHAT IS SOUND TUNING?

 

Sound Tuning is a new sound methodology conceived and developed by composer Andreas Tsiartas. It is based on the principle of the Pythagorean monochord (harmonic series), and it focuses on attuning the human energy field to the natural frequency of 432 Hz.

 

The harmonic proportions of the monochord, which are reflected on our central glands, are considered the Sonic Octave of the Human, which is aligned on our spinal cord and it is being regulated by our main electromagnetic power stations: the brain and the heart, which are considered responsible for good health and well-being. Through the use of tradition Tibetan bowls as well as the human voice, Sound Tuning literally brings the spinal cord, as in the case of a music instrument chord, in tune with the frequency of 432 Hz. This is achieved by using the Pythagorean knowledge, which incidentally was previously unknown to these practises, as it was just recently brought to attention through meticulous research and decoding of oral and written sources.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF SOUND TUNING?

 

Through Sound Tuning we get to experientially comprehend that each person radiates his/her own personal electromagnetic frequency, which is aligned by nature to the cosmic electromagnetic frequencies. This frequency defines our psychological and physical state and any distortion of this could trigger a malfunction in our body, namely an illness or a disease. The main benefits of Sound Tuning are: relief from stress and anxiety; enhanced creativity; balancing of emotional state and intelligence, brain hemispheres, endocrine and nervous systems. Sound Tuning has so far been used with great results to people with special needs.

 

 

SOUND TUNING WORKSHOPS

 

Pythagorean harmony and codified knowledge through the monochord is being comprehensively explained and correlated to the human body. Frequencies of 432/ 528 Hz are particularly mentioned and explained through the electromagnetic spectrum, as compared to 440 Hz (the frequency we are accustomed to nowadays) and their different effects on human bodies. By the end of the Introduction level, the individual is expected to become fully aware of these frequencies, therefore he/she will be able to distinguish and reconsider the sounds which affect his/her daily activities. Finally, the theoretical background of the phenomenon of sound is being explained and the foundations on learning the method of Sound Tuning are set.