The MDMA Tuning

The UV spectrum of the MDMA molecule and its transcription into the auditory region

The sound setting of the MDMA molecule is based on the UV spectrum of the substance MDMA (methylenedioxyamphetamine) physically measured in the examination laboratory. The measured spectrum is then transposed into the rhythm and tone range in a purely harmonic manner using the octave law.

The first fundamental frequency octavated into the audible range is heard as the musical tone D with a frequency of 291.3 Hz (or 145.7 Hz one octave lower).

The second main frequency octave-analogous is an AIS with 239.2 Hz.

The MDMA-specific maximum in the UV spectrum at 274 nm leads down-octave into the audible range to tone H at 248.8 Hz

Of note is the precise harmonic relationship to the frequency of the Mean Solar Day (our 24-hour day), which when octavated into the audible range is a G at 194.2 Hz. The MDMA fundamental is exactly a natural fifth above it. The fifth frequency is known to be 1.5 times the fundamental frequency. The following calculation illustrates the accuracy of musical harmony: 194.2 Hz x 1.5 = 291.3 Hz

"Rhythms and Sounds of Molecules - MDMA" by Hans Cousto
(in German)
"Rhythmen und Klänge der Moleküle - MDMA" von Hans Cousto
Download: MDMA.pdf
Hans Cousto has detailed the musical transcription of MDMA frequencies in this document. From the table of contents:
Rhythms and sounds of the molecules - MDMA
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Data sheets for basic settings on Syntis
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