The 528 Hertz solfeggio frequency is also known as the frequency of health and longevity. And this is quite a long 8 minutes of haunting, penetrating, meditational soundscape. Like a swirling wind of synthesized tones seeping through your ears, it is both sonically immersive and spiritually engrossing, evolving slowly with minimal movement to give time to fully absorb the sensory effects given off.
639 Hz - a frequency filled with love, radiance, and positive energy. It's the frequency of the heart, but don't expect James Blunt style whinings. This is a meditation soundscape designed to go much deeper, whistling straight into your inner core with haunting tones and evolving sound design. As useful for cinematic ambience as it is for spiritual energising, it's said to help you build harmonious relationships with others. Might work better than a mix tape of 80's love ballads.
741 Hz Solfeggio frequency is used for solving problems and awakening intuition in meditation. This light, sparkling soundscape is more delicate at this frequency, it's gentle, overlapping tones smoothly evolving like slow moving clouds dispersing and reforming in new ways. The occasional zinging synth keeps you alert and in the moment, with a calming backdrop of ever present drones and ethereal sonics to keep you grounded. Fulfilling and wholesome.
An uncomplicated yet profound piece of meditational soundscape that's equally at home as a thought-provoking, new age track as it is the background to a disturbing psychological scene, such is the potential for intrigue and tension in such a minimalist, dark electronic piece. The 285 Hz frequency targets your energy field and supposedly helps in the fast healing of burns, fractures, sprains and cuts - somewhat ironic if it ends up in the soundtrack to a psycho-gore flick.
It all depends on how you're feeling. On the one hand, this is a deep, soul searching soundscape of profound, inner vibrations - an electronic soup of slowly evolving tones, drones and unresolved mutations that leads you to mysterious places and intriguing discovery, safe in the knowledge that at this pace, you'll have the time to fall into it's myriad hypnotic states. On the other hand, it's the soundtrack to your worst, most isolated horror nightmares and the darkest, creepiest underworld you never want to visit. The choice is yours - it's just a question of context.