GREAT DIESIS

HARMONIC REINFORCEMENT CDs

PURE SPECTRAL SOUNDS FROM THE UNIVERSAL RHYTHM

One must examine the sounds to understand the tones; one must understand the tones to understand the music; one must understand the music to understand the customs (laws).  In this way, the path to order is made perfect.  One cannot talk about tones to those who do not understand the sounds.  One cannot talk about music to those who do not understand the tones.  He who understands music will thus penetrate the secrets of the customs.  He who has experienced both customs (laws) and music possesses life.  Life is experience...Da Dai Li Gi from the Ancient Chinese Book of Customs.

As so eloquently stated above, the establishment of Universal Harmonic Law is a sequential series of events in which the very simple becomes more complex over time, like that which occurs in the evolution from seed to tree.  The Law is built upon an understanding of the Music of the spheres, which is created from Tones that are constructed by Sounds.

In the beginning was the Word, or so begins the essence of many ancient texts to describe the genesis of the universe.  Obviously the original spark used to create matter was a sound.  This fact is now supported by an overwhelming amount of scientific research.

If small particles are placed on a thin flat plate, which is then caused to vibrate with a pure frequency, they begin to move.  If a second vibration is added, groups begin to form, with third causing these groups to flow together.  Adding a fourth wave creates mandala like patterns along nodal points in the plate’s surface.  If a fifth vibration is introduced, the patterns stand up off the surface in three-dimensional form.  In this way, all forms of matter are but combinations of pure vibrations.

The question remains...what is the source of the frequencies used to create such forms?  Whereas it is not yet known the true essence of this source, we do know that it reveals itself as the pure River of Life that proceeds forth from the source to nurture the universe.  This current of pure energy is the Relative Scale of frequencies between the two great Absolutes of Zero and Infinity.  It is, in other words...the Absolute Scale of Relative Cosmic Reality.

This scale embodies the infinite number of possibilities we call frequencies.  These frequencies not only provide limitless possibilities for communication, but are also the threads from which the membranes of life are woven.

When sound is chaotic and unorganized it is called noise, technically defined as a random or pseudo-random phenomenon that is generally thought of as unexpected, unpleasant, and/or undesired.  Research has shown that certain types of noise can be potentially harmful, creating noise pollution and it has even been demonstrated to be an effective weapon.

However, a growing amount of evidence has shown that noise (chaos) provides the building blocks of reality, and when filtered, modulated, and organized in certain ways, creates all that is.10  In other words, the sound comes from the noise.  When the undifferentiated noise is given shape, color, and texture, it becomes the sounds that are used to orchestrate the harmonies, melodies, and rhythms we call music.

Finding the primordial noise could perhaps be the single most important discovery of human history, as it would imbibe us with the Rosetta Stone of human consciousness the power to manifest desire.  Whereas this Voice of God is most often thought of as a pure tone or angelically orchestrated choral music, it more than likely has to be the undifferentiated river of life mentioned by John the Revelator when he declared that it poured fourth from the throne of God as thunder, lightning, and rushing waters.  The thunder being low frequency rumbling, the rushing water being the higher frequencies like a fax machine signal, and the lightning being the spike waves created when multiple frequencies come into harmonic phase.  In other words, the original sound encompasses the entirety of the vibrational spectrum from zero to infinity.

Whereas noise is randomly generated, sound can be thought of as an ordered series of vibrations.  Research has shown that specific sounds can be extremely useful in a wide variety of applications across many scientific fields and industries.  Sound can be a single tone, a series of harmonic tones played at the same time, or a melodic series tones played over time.  It can be a long drone, a vibrant note, or a clicking pulse.

Many attempts have been made to synthesize this perfectly distributed homogenous noise.  Whereas they are mostly referred to under the collective term White Noise, there are actually several versions, which are called by different names:

(1/1) White Noise:  An equal amount of energy (amplitude) in each frequency. Or a stream of uncorrelated random numbers constitutes white noise.  It has the same distribution of power for all frequencies, so there is the same amount of power between 0 and 500 Hz, 500 and 1,000 Hz or 20,000 and 20,500 Hz.  The present is completely independent of the past. White noise has been shown to be very useful for linear sound calibration, masking unwanted noise, and for specific medical, industrial and military uses.

(1/f) Pink Noise: An equal amount of energy in each octave, so the power between 0.5 Hz and 1 Hz is the same as between 5,000 Hz and 10,000 Hz.  Rather than being flat 1/f noise distribution rolls off at exactly - 3.0102999 dB/octave. Due to this, pink noise sounds less bright and richer in low frequencies than white noise.  In terms of power spectra, 1/f noise is intermediate between white noise and Brownian noise. 1/f noise is very common in nature, and typically occurs in systems that show long-term memory.  It can be used to model phenomenon as disparate as the curvature of a beach, the volume produced by an orchestra, the noise from semiconductor devices, time fluctuations in everything from hour glasses to atomic clocks, traffic flow on interstates, the annual flooding levels of the Nile, voltages across the membranes of your nerves, and even information patterns stored in DNA.  Perhaps most surprisingly, 1/f patterns can be found in almost all music.  Despite its ubiquity, 1/f noise is not well understood. Physical explanations are lacking although a mechanism called "self-organized criticality has been proposed.  Other research suggests that 1/f noise in human behavior may well result from the presence of attentional, memory or control structures operating on distinct time scales, for which there is considerable evidence.  Also presented is an alternative autoregressive modeling approach, which is shown to only yield 1/f type spectra under rather special conditions and hence does not provide a route of general explanation.  Because of its logarithmic distribution Pink Noise is the one most commonly used for sound calibration and biological therapy.  It is also used for modulating other signals, for example, simulating randomly fluctuating aspects of music with energy at 0.01 Hz and below.  The prevalence of 1/f noise is one of the deep questions about our world, but nobody has a good explanation as yet.

Radio Static: The typical hissing associated with radio, television, and other forms of electronic noise is random static. It does not cover the entire audio spectrum, is not harmonically related nor is it consistent enough to be used practically for measurements. White Noise is random equally over the 20 - 20khz spectrum and has a smooth color, as opposed to the cracking and popping associated with radio noise.

The Great Diesis ™ Wave...True White Sound

In ordinary noise, both that which is synthesized electronically and those that occur from natural or mechanical sources, there is only a statistical probability that all frequencies will be occurring at any given moment because they are randomly generated one at a time.  Whether white, pink, or any other distribution, time must be allowed in order for all of the possible frequencies to manifest.  In addition to random fluctuations, ordinary noise has the potential of missing frequencies, or gaps in its spectrum.  Also, these frequencies are not harmonically related, and have no shared time base.  Therefore, there are three conditions that must be overcome in the creation of the perfect noise.

1. Probability: just because a white noise source claims to embody all frequencies by statistical probability, does not guarantee that they will all be present at any given moment.  This creates big problems for real-time transfer function studies.

2. Discordance: without any control over frequency relationships there is no guarantee that the signal will be harmonically related.

3. Gapping: the potential of a partial or entire family of partials to be missing from the signal.

The HRT process is based on the discovery of a universal time base code that defines the natural second, as opposed to the arbitrary second we conveniently use to chop up our minutes and hours into 60 neat divisions of time.  This naturally occurring second is called the Great Diesis and represents a segment of time slightly longer than one second.  Not only does this provide a universal code for time, but also a universal fundamental frequency.

Using this as the starting point to create a cascading series of harmonic overtones produces a new type of sound we call the GDnoise.wav.  This process is in no way random.  Each partial generator is tuned precisely to whole number ratios of the Great Diesis, and each of the generators has an amplitude of exactly 100%, ensuring a consistent harmonic spectrum that includes all possible frequencies...268,435,456 to be exact, with a perfectly flat amplitude distribution.

Organizing these partials and their phase space purely within the spectral domain ensures a continuous, gap-free distribution.  Temporary fluctuations are merely the result of periodic phase cancellation between coincident families of partials.  In addition, our proprietary algorithm fully distributes the phase of all frequencies evenly around the 360º cycle.

In light of the definitions given above, the GDnoise.wav isn’t really even noise at all but sound precisely and algorithmically ordered to the highest degree.  In fact, if our perceptual time-scope could be extended, the GDnoise.wav would manifest as a periodic tone. it’s only our limited temporal scaling that prevents it from being heard as such.  This is why we refer to the GDnoise.wav as the world’s first True White Sound.

Our Pure Sounds are superior in every way to the standard white noise CDs and tapes currently available and are the best choice for any environmental, therapeutic, or calibration need.  Our HRT Harmonic Reinforcement CDs are digitally mastered one at a time and represent a quantum leap in the generation of reference standards and therapeutic sounds.  Currently offered in eight configurations, each with special modifications to enhance their specific purpose.  All variations are just over 68min long and embody 268,435,456 equal harmonic and sub-harmonic partials of the Great Diesis.

Pure White: (GDnoise.wav): Pure White Sound of the Great Diesis. Perfect for linear calibration of sound equipment, masking unpleasant environmental noise, improving focus, and stimulating the nervous system. It is also used to prevent insomnia, reduce pain, increase awareness, and in many other natural health applications.  The U.S. Government suggests White Noise for Tinnitus sufferers. The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communications Disorders (NIDCD ) recommends mild noise to 'mask' sounds, which helps Tinnitus sufferers sleep and perform other tasks.  Contains 268,435,456 whole number ratio partials of the Great Diesis with identical amplitude and 100% evenly distributed phase. The image (below left) shows the complete and balanced spectrum of the GDNoise.wav's frequencies and magnitudes along with a polar display (below right) of its fully distributed phase from zero to 360 degrees.

Pure Pink: (GDnoise44k1/f.wav): Pure Sound created with a different algorithm that provides the distribution commonly called pink noise, also used as a logarithmic sound reference calibrator and therapeutic sound.  Sounds like distant ocean waves.  This CD is the best replacement for so-called white-noise used for therapeutic purposes because of its logarithmic distribution, which is heard as evenly distributed.  However, it is not noise at all, but a perfect 3.1dB/octave phase distribution of sine waves at whole number ratios of the Great Diesis. The image (below left) shows the 1/f spectrum of the GDNoise1/f.wav's frequencies and magnitudes along with a polar display (below right) of its octave distributed phase from zero to 360 degrees.

Pure Breath: (GDnoise44k(low).wav): Pure Sound shaped to the spectrum of wind, used for relaxation and meditation.  This wind seems to blow right through the listener with a power that is smooth and calming but simultaneously mind expanding.

Pure Sleep: (GDnoise44k(LPFx2).wav): Pure Sound equalized to induce deep sleep, with sounds similar to those of a large furnace.  Extremely low frequency version of Pure White masks outside noise while, at the same time, carrying the listener deep, deep down into the Parasympathetic nervous system response.

Pure Tears: (GDEFnoise.wav): Pure Sound shaped to the spectrum of natural rain, the perfect companion for emotional release.  Rain is known to be soothing and cathartic at the same time.  Pure Tears can help wash away feelings of sadness, grief, hurt, and anger.

Pure Ascension : (GDPassage1f(asc).wav): Pure Sound created with an algorithm that causes the wave to sound like it is constantly ascending, even though it is simply repeating the same sample.  Uplifting and stimulating. The Pure Ascension wave is identical to the GDNoise.wav with the exception that it continuosly ascends.

Pure Descension: (GDPassage1f(des).wav): Pure Sound created with an algorithm that causes the wave to sound like it is constantly descending, even though it is simply repeating the same sample.  Deeply relaxing. The Pure Descension wave is identical to the GDNoise.wav with the exception that it continously descends.

GDCD Sampler: Seven ten minute samples of each of the Great Diesis Wavefiles shown above.

FSHR: (Full Support Harmonic Reinforcement):  Pure Sound minus your own personal natural resonance.  Used to provide reinforcement and support where extra resources are needed.  Requires a special supercomputer analysis of your voice.  For more information please see the Interpretations section of the HRT's User's Manual.

HRT Harmonic Reinforcement CDs are available at www.HarmonicResolution.com or from many Sound Therapy and Sound Engineering distributors.  Suggested retail is $33 each or $198 for a full set of all eight CDs.

 

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