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Old 01-02-2022, 03:23 PM
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Default Creating Solfeggio Frequencies?

Hey is it possible to create solfeggio frequencies in pro tools? If so, how would this be possible? I know in Pro Tools (which for some reason isn't available in Pro Tools First -facepalm- you can convert certain files using a plugin to different hertz) but in general I'm trying to make like solfeggio frequencies (528 hz, 432 hz, etcetc) I wanted to experiment with this but I'm not seeing this as an option.
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Old 01-02-2022, 05:35 PM
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Default Re: Creating Solfeggio Frequencies?

PT doesn't create these frequencies, you create the frequencies and record them into PT(or whatever DAW) using whatever sound source you have available(for example; with a hardware synth or electric piano, change the tuning of the keyboard to the desired base frequency) Of course, if you want to use a VI plugin, then either look for a tuning adjustment on the plugin, or look into real-time properties to transpose(consult google to find what standard note pitches are close to these desired frequencies so you have a starting point from which to re-tune)
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What’s wrong with the signal generator plugin?
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I see. Thanks everyone. Guess I'm just gonna have to buy a midi keyboard. I appreciate the help.
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