Sounds from the soil II (432 Hz)

by Anthurium & Simone Vitale

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Timothy Barrett
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Timothy Barrett I sold consumer audio for 20 yrs. The thought of being audibly entertained by a plant is awesome and then some! Never would have thought about it on my own even though I knew that plants communicate with each other. I have more than 40K mp3s and this is already in my 'Top 10'!
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camwilk Love this ... so, so peaceful ...
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Mtnpeace2 Thank you for your gifts and contributions to the well being of us all.


Here is another recording made by the Anthurium, on a different day and with a different synthesizer sound.
The music in this recording has actually been performed by a plant, Anthurium (anthurium andreanum), thanks to a specific electronic device. Plants emit signals in reaction to external stimuli and to communicate with everything. These signals are detectable as variations in the bio-electrical field of the plant and can be converted into a MIDI signal (Musical Instruments Digital Interface). I sent this MIDI signal into a synthesizer and programmed a soft, soothing sound tuned at 432 Hz. After some time being connected to such device and producing sounds, plants seem to become aware of the process; they seem to understand that those sounds are coming from them...
and they start playing with it.


released April 18, 2013


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simone vitale Wellington, New Zealand

Following the call for an ethical approach to Art as a contribution to our re-connection with Nature.
Promoting and ecology of sound and music where kindness an mindfulness are the keys to a deeper connection with ourselves and each other.

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