You Might ❤

Last Updated on

Approx. reading time: 4 minutes

❤ YOU MIGHT LOVE / LIKE TO READ …

Links to blogs and websites related to subjects blogged about on Roel’s World …


INTERFERENCE (By Richard Merrick) – www.interferencetheory.com 

“Harmonic Interference Theory represents a major breakthrough in our understanding of music and perception. Triggered by a moment of insight thirty years earlier, this theory explains how harmonics combine to form coherent geometrical patterns that our auditory system recognizes as simple shapes.

But this is only the beginning. The author goes much further to show how everything in nature can be described as crystallized harmonics.”


ADAM NEELY (www.adamneely.com)

Video essays, lessons and vlogs on new horizons in music and music theory.

NYC-based bass player and composer Adam Neely brings you a new video every Monday exploring what music means, and what it means to be a musician.



MATHEMATICAL MUSIC (Derrick Scott van Heerden) – mathemagicalmusic.weebly.com

“Is it possible that the harmonic laws of sound and vibration might apply to everything that exists ? Does music really contain a secret code that explains the inner workings of the universe ? 
​Watch the videos and read the info below to start your journey into this hidden world!”


LUNAR PLANNER (Nick Anthony Fiorenza) – www.lunarplanner.com

“This entire web site is an educational resource for those interested in art-sciences including Astronomy, Sidereal Astrology, the relation between Tropical and Sidereal Zodiacs; Planetary Synodic Cycles; Venus Transits, asteroids, new planets, Earth Resonances, Earth’s Precessional Cycle & the Evolutionary Cycle of the Soul, Solar Cycles, Bio-Harmonics, Light, Color & Sound, Sacred Geometry, Health & Healing, and the Evolution of Human Consciousness.”


OMEGA 432 (Brian T. Collins) – www.omega432.com

“A source for information on A=432Hz and the effects of the vibrant environment on awareness. This website is for the open minded and mixes philosophy, metaphysics, ontology, natural sciences, ancient principals, gnosis, mysticism and hands-on experience rather than relying on the repeated referenced secular curriculum of materialism.”.

In 2001  Brian T Collins decided to dedicate himself to using 432Hz music tuning as a conscious alternative to 440Hz music standard tuning.


432 Octaves (Benjamin Joshua) – sites.google.com/site/432octaves/

“This website contains Benjamin’s art, music & a synthesis of ongoing research into the many realms of: Music & Music Theory, Sacred Geometry, Golden Proportion, Mathematics, Frequency & Vibration, The Harmony Of The Spheres, Cymatics, 432Hz Family, The Sumerian Cyclical Tuning System, Outer Space, Astronomy, Etymology, Pharmacology, Symbolism, Alchemy, Sound Healing, Geodetics, Metallurgy, Agriculture, Architecture, World Religions, Technology, Ethnomusicology, Megalithic Sites, Meditation, Magnetism, Ancient Cultures, Pendulums …


CYMASCOPE (John Stuard Reid) – www.cymascope.com

“The CymaScope is the first scientific instrument that can give a visual image of sound and vibration in ways previously hidden from view. The CymaScope holds the same potential as the microscope and telescope and its applications are beginning to touch a broad range of human endeavor. This web site is constantly updated so please visit us every few weeks for the very latest in cymatics research. Our ongoing mission is to support and advance the emergent science of cymatics.”


XRONOMORPH – www.dynamictonality.com

XronoMorph is a free OS X and Windows app for creating multilayered rhythmic and melodic loops (hockets). Each rhythmic layer is visualized as a polygon inscribed in a circle, and each polygon can be constructed according to two different mathematical principles: perfect balance and well-formedness (aka MOS). These principles generalize polyrhythms, additive, and Euclidean rhythms. Furthermore, rhythms can be smoothly morphed between, and irrational rhythms with no regular pulse can also be easily constructed.


VI HART (Victoria Hart) – www.vihart.com

A vlog with interesting (mostly Mathematical) videos.

“Q: What is this! How did I get here! What are you doing to my eyes!?
A: I am Vi Hart! I am a real person, and I make videos and virtual reality and other things. This is my personal website, not some “Vi Hart brand Websperience” created for your enjoyment or education or whatever.”


WHAT MUSIC REALY IS – whatmusicreallyis.com

The Manual for The 3rd Millennium Musician, Spiritual Seeker and Free Energy Discoverer.

What Music Really İs — The Manual for The 3rd Millennium Musician, Spiritual Seeker and FreeEnergy Discoverer is the first and so far single musical treatise in written history which deals with sound, acoustics, harmonic theory and everything music-related in plain language, without using concepts and terminology from any established musical culture.


PiALOGUE (pialogue.info)

“My intention with PiALOGUE is to assist in the increase of intelligence in humanity and NOT simply to help people choose between two evils.” — Pi PhD

The spoken word is very often misunderstood whereas the written word can be more effectively evaluated and referenced back to more easily and quoted more accurately.


MUSIC THEORY IS YOUR FRIEND (musictheoryisyourfriend.com)
An off-beat guide to music theory for songwriters, composers and noise makers!

My areas of musical expertise are in creating a unique identity in your music and transcending the ordinary. I feel there is more than enough ordinary music out there. If we want be musicians and contribute to world by making music, it is our duty to make completely awesomely amazing stuff. It’s also our duty to ourselves to become the greatest creators we can be, as well the most successful – hey, life is too short to mess around with this stuff isn’t it?” — Dave Graham


ART OF CLAY TAYLOR (www.artofclaytaylor.com)
Nature is my teacher, my religion and the source of my inspiration.

In seeking to comprehend nature’s truth, I have found myself a natural philosopher. In seeking to replicate its beauty, I found myself an artist. In seeking to express its emotion, I found myself a writer and a musician. In seeking to understand its shape and its workings, I became a geometrician and a mathemagician.” — Clay Taylor