The Universal Song “East Indian Musical Tonal System Scale” tuning fork set.
The Universal Song “East Indian Musical Tonal System Scale” 23-note tuning fork set includes all of the essential divisions of the octave used to play all of the ragas and scales of North and South India. The tuning system is called 5-limit Just Tuning because only prime numbers 2,3,and 5 and their multiples are used for all the musical ratios. Each note has basically two choices that are a syntonic comma ratio of 81:80 apart, such as (5:3 major 6th and 27:16 major 6th plus) or 6:5 minor 3rd and 32:27, minor 3rdminus. The plus and minus refer to the raising or lowering of a specific ratio by this syntonic comma. Our chosen DO or SA (in the Indian system), our starting note with this scale is C#+ of 270Hz. When this specific fundamental is used, all of the frequency numbers for all of the scales’ notes are important Hydrogen numbers. For example, 364.5 (F#++) is the famous Balmer Constant used to find the Spectral Lines of all the Hydrogen wavelengths. B+ 486 in nanometers is the Balmer M4 Spectral Line of Hydrogen and 379.6875 (F##++) is Balmer M9. What this means is that using 270Hz as our scale root, all the other notes in the raga will be harmonics of the main building block of all matter in our universe, namely Hydrogen.
This discovery by Randy Masters is both basic and very profound for making music in tone with the rest of the universe. There is a strong chance that this 270Hz C#+ is the tone that Stradivarius violins were built to resonate with. The F#+ of 337.5Hz in this scale is the octavized reciprocal of the main resonance of our DNA.