In order to achieve the 528 Love tuning, you need to calculate the frequencies that the ‘A4′ note (which is usually tuned to 440 cycles per second in ’12 Tone Equal Temperament Tuning’) must be retuned to. The process may seem complicated at first but it is really very simple.
Retuning your ‘A4′ note from 440 cycles per second (hertz) to the Love Frequency is most easily accomplished on an electronic keyboard or synthesizer. When the ‘A4′ note is retuned to 444 cycles per second then the ‘C5′ note will be 528 cycles per second (which is the “MI” note).
Below you can see the desired frequencies, their corresponding notes and cycles per second (hertz) that the “A4″ note must be retuned to. Some electronic keyboards may not be able to achieve these exact frequencies, but you can come very close.
|174 Hz = F3||438.48 Hz||or -06 cents|
|285 Hz = C#4||452.37 Hz||or +48 cents|
|396 Hz = G4||444.34 Hz||or +17 cents|
|417 Hz = G#4||441.78 Hz||or +7 cents|
|528 Hz = C5||444 Hz||or +16 cents|
|639 Hz = D#5||451.84 Hz||or +46 cents|
|741 Hz = F#5||440.60 Hz||or +2 cents|
|852 Hz = G#5||451.33 Hz||or +44 cents|
|963 Hz = B5||428.96 Hz||or -44 cents|
All the frequencies have been adjusted to within two decimal places for ease of tuning. It would require a specially designed instrument or synthesizer to contain all of these frequencies at the same time on the same instrument.
For guitar players I recommend to get a Korg CA-40 Chromatic Tuner. You will need to recalibrate this tuner to A=444 Hz which will give you a C of 528. If you set the Korg CA-40 to 444 Hz (instead of 440 Hz), then the tuner will guide you through tuning every string of the guitar. This is the simplest way to tune your guitar as A=444 Hz closely approximates C5 at 528 Hz.
Piano players can get confused because their instruments are harder to “tune up,” although that doesn’t stop musicians like Daniel Kohler of Naples, Florida. Daniel Kohler, a piano manufacturer and tuning expert has remade a number of pianos to accommodate the added stress on strings. “Wooden bridges warp from tighter strings,” he warns, “but not pianos made with granite bridges.” “The sustains we get with granite piano bridges are unparalleled,” says Kohler, since becoming aware of the power of 528 Hz frequency.
Misconceptions about 528 tuning
The most popular misconception is that in order to achieve the 528 Hertz frequency you must tune the standard A4 up to 12 cents. In my opinion, this is wrong. As you already know, the 528 tuning (which is the “C5″ in A=444Hz tuning) can be achieved by tuning the standard pitch +16 cents. I have used the most precise calculations and accurate data – the 528 tuning is A=444 (or +16 cents).
Another belief is that you need to buy tuning forks to tune your instrument to the ancient Solfeggio and 528. In fact, the forks are not necessary for precise tuning. Rather than using the forks for tuning instruments I encourage you to get high quality set of 9 Solfeggio forks for healing purposes.