3 ways to convert music from 440hz to 432hz


Why 432Hz?

Hi! 🙂 We will show you three ways to easily convert your music (tuned by default to 440Hz) to 432Hz. There may be more ways, but mainly with these three we will achieve the desired results without problems. These three ways are:

1. Through an audio editor (we will use Audacity in the example)

2. With online tools

3. With specialized software

Take a look at three and then decide the one that suits you best for each case.

(Remember that you have other alternatives, such as using a 432Hz player)

Through an audio editor

With an audio editor we can achieve any result we want. It is perhaps the most accurate of the three because it is we who refine the result but the one that brings us the most work. This is the best option when we are going to deal with one or a few audio files. This is it, apply it to your favorite music or to which you have a lot of care. If what you want is to convert large audio lists in bulk, the best method will be method 3. If you don’t want to take a long time every time you have to convert a new sound file to 432hz then use method 2.

In this example we will use Audacity, because it is free and easy to install and compatible with Windows, Audacity and Linux. There are many more (more or less professional) but we will not go into detail (you can deepen yourself in intenert) because with Audacity it is enough.

Convert from 440Hz to 432Hz with Audacity

Download Audacity from its official website

Official technical manual in case you need it

These are the steps:

1.- We import the file. Click on File ➛ Open and select the song you want to change. Once done, your sound spectrum will be represented graphically.

2.- As we will edit the entire file, we will work with the entire sample. Click on Edit ➛ Select all. You will see that the entire sample will darken.

3.- Now we will apply the necessary effects to convert its frequency. Click on Effect ➛ Change Tone. We edit the following fields by typing:

– In “Halftones (intermediate steps)”: -0.32

– In “Percentage of change”: -1.818

Click on Accept. Depending on the size of the file, it may take a considerable amount of time to apply the effect.

4.- We export the result in a new audio file in wav or aiff format. Click on File ➛ Export. We will get several options. By default we will get the option “Export as wav”, perhaps the most recommended, but you can try other formats. We put the name we want and indicate the route where to export it. We give guradar and wait for the process to end.

If you have followed these steps correctly Congratulations! You’ve got it 😉

(Audacity may not be available for your language. In that case, work with a second language with which you feel more comfortable)

If you want to know more about it, you will surely find more information on YouTube or other websites. You can also see in the Audacity forum: https://forum.audacityteam.org/search.php?keywords=432hz

With online tools

If what you are looking for is the fastest and easiest way to convert to 432hz each new audio that you download from the internet, it is best to use one of the many online tools that already exist. We link some:

– 432hz Online Converter
– Konwerter
– Conversion Tools
– File Conversion Tools Firefox

But think that being an online tool is very likely to pete for very large files. In that case, method 1 or 3 will be the most suitable.

With specialized software

This is possibly the best option when we have to apply it en masse. We have a CD at home with hundreds of songs or on our MP3 or mobile device. We will not go one by one with method 1 (redirect) or 2 (redirect) because it would take us forever. For this we better use specialized software that automates the task. They are usually paid software, but with affordable prices for all types of portfolios. There are several; as an example we will put some:

– Return to 432
– Tequnique
– 432hz Converter App
– 432hz music converter Microsoft
– 432hz music converter Apple
– Appannie

The investment in any of these programs will be amortized when you have your entire music library at the frequency 432hz.