Music made with solfeggio frequencies and binaural beats at the Schumann resonance of 7.83hz
Binaural beats can only be heard with headphones. By playing two slightly different tones simultaneously in each ear the brain tries to balances the two creating a third tone that comes across as a pulsating rhythm.
On this track the binaural beats are at the frequency of 7.83hz, commonly known as the Schumann Resonance. This is the average frequency of Earth's electromagnetic field, which is in a constant state of flux, varying only slightly from time to time.
In 1952 Winfried Otto Schumann determined this phenomenon mathematically and, half a century before him, Nikola Tesla incorporated this understanding into many of his inventions and devices.
The ionosphere, being conductive, acts as a shield deflecting frequencies back to Earth, keeping them from bouncing off into space. Our atmosphere is one big resonant cavity for electromagnetic waves in the Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) band.
As electromagnetic energy is released in the form of lightning the vibration rings throughout the atmosphere at a collective frequency of 7.83hz world-wide. This pitch is too deep to be audible but with the use of binaural beats the brain can be directed to perceive this frequency.
If you are wearing headphones the pulsating rhythm you hear comes from the sound in the left ear being 7.83hz, different from that coming from the right ear. This is the natural sound of the planet, made into music.
As for the notes themselves, they are set to the sacred Solfeggio scale. For thousands of years these frequencies have been used in chants and meditations to heal the body, mind and spirit. It is suggested that these tones correspond to the chakras, and that playing these frequencies can help balance the energy-body.