I saw that there were some audio files concerning chakra cleaning, awakening etc. Normally the tones are one octave and I was wondering how a tone with many octaves would sound like. I'm making computer-music for quite some time now but I never used my gadgets to make the chakra tones.
I gave it a shot and would appreciate if you guys could gove me some feedback on this track.
I've followed the chart I've found in dropbox to make these frequencies. The first track I want to share with you is for the root chakra at frequency 396hz.

The tracks start of with a 5 ovtace tone (24hz, 96hz, 384hz, 1536hz and 6144hz with the root chakra). After 3 minutes this tone is joined by three tones;

- Original tone (1-5)
- One octave lower (6-10)
- One octave higher (11-15)
- Two octaves higher (16-20)

Wich makes 20 octaves in total.

After another 3 minutes this complete tone is joined by two more tones;

- Original tone (1-20)
- One octave lower (21-40)
- One octave higher (41-60)

Wich makes 60 octaves in total.

After again 3 minutes this tone is joined by two more tones;

- Original tone (1-60)
- One octave lower (61-120)
- One octave higher (121-180)

At last this tone will be joined by the last tone to make a 360 octave tone.

- Original tone (1-180)
- One octave higher (181-360)


Made in Ableton using the Absynth synthesizer from Native Instruments and the Altiverb.

The first two tracks are for the root chakra. I've used an impuls response plugin to mimic the ambience and reverb of the Notre Dame in Chartres in the first track. The second track has the IR from the Konzerthaus in Vienna. I will produce the tracks for the other chakra's if you guys like these one's. It takes some time to produce them if you know what I mean ; )

I'll put them on Soundcloud so you can all download them. I'll post the links tomorrow.


Again, any feedback is welcome!


Wholeness.


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