Hormones/Crystals

Philip Gonzales gonzales at musictech.com
Tue Apr 28 00:58:57 EST 1998


Hello Randy,
Thank you so much for the reference.  I will take a look at this web site.
Philip Gonzales
gonzales at musictech.com
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Randy Mann wrote:

> Philip Gonzales wrote:
>
> > Eddy,
> > Thank you for the response.  I realize that the answer to my question is
> >
> > not a simple one.  What I am looking for is any individual frequency or
> > any
> > band of frequencies that could be identified as resonant frequencies of
> > any
> > of the components of human hormones.
> > I am experimenting with alternate tuning systems for strings, as well as
> >
> > creating synthesized timbres that may be structured as if such crystals
> > vibrated in the natural harmonic series of the audible fundamentals in
> > the
> > music.
> > Any source material would be appreciated.
> >
> > Again, thanks for the help.
> > Philip Gonzales
> > gonzales at musictech.com
> > ******************************************************
> >
>
> Philip,
>
> Dr. Mike Carson at the University of Alabama at Birmingham has done some
> research into soiunds that proteins make.  He has some samples and
> explanations on his web page: www.cmc.uab.edu/SoundOf Sequence.
>
> Hope this helps,
> Randy
> mann at orion.cmc.uab.edu







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