Posts Tagged 432hz player

New App: Yang YouTube Downloader

I’ve just released v2.2 of the Hanuman Institute Apps. It’s all totally free. I’ve added the Yang YouTube Downloader. For Windows, Linux and MacOS.

Yet another YouTube downloader? Most downloaders do not give the best quality as they choose the wrong streams and re-encode them.

This downloader allows you to get either the MP4 or VP9 videos, and the AAC or Opus audios, without re-encoding to preserve the best quality. While VP9 is 35% more efficient than MP4 for videos, some videos have 40-60% smaller file sizes in VP9 format! It will automatically select the best-quality video based on file sizes. It can even combine MP4 videos with Opus audios in a MKV file, although not all players will support it. I haven’t seen any other downloader that can produce a MKV file with the best video and audio without re-encoding anything.

>> Download here

Yang YouTube Downloader also allows to re-encode audios with all the same features as 432hz Batch Converter!

I’ve also done a complete overhaul of the UI to support Light and Dark themes, as well as adding various settings to the apps.

The applications available so far:

432hz Player: Plays music in 432hz.
– 432hz Converter: Converts and re-encodes music to 432hz.
Powerliminals Player: Plays multiple audios simultaneously at varying speeds.
– Yang YouTube Downloader: Downloads best-quality audio and video from YouTube.

Enjoy!

The next application in-line is an Audio-Video Muxer, allowing to manipulate audio and video files without re-encoding to avoid losing quality. It will allow to extract an audio …Read More

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432hz Player/Converter v2.1.2

I’ve been working hard on the 432hz Player, 432hz Converter and Powerliminals Player. In the future, I’ll refer to them as the Hanuman Institute Apps.

The 2 big improvements are support for MacOS, and auto-detection of music pitch, as music is generally between 440-442hz, and I’ve even seen some at 447.9hz. This allows for a precise tuning to 432hz.

One benefit of 432hz tuning is that it reduces energetic infections in the songs. With 440hz to 432hz tuning, it reduces infections by about 50.4% to 63.6%. With precise tuning, it reduces infections by 75.6%!

This makes a long list of published packages: 3 apps for Windows x64, Windows x86, MacOS x64, Linux-x64, Linux-arm64. In the future I may adapt them for iPhone/Android, and I’ll add more apps, so the list of packages will get even longer.

Among many changes:

– Support for MacOS and Linux-arm64
– 432hz Player and 432hz Converter can now auto-detect source pitch for precise tuning
– Fixed a bug causing pitch down-shifting to cause a very slight slowdown
– 432hz Player and 432hz Converter: Improved pitch-shift quality by processing with float precision and changing sample rate conversion to 64 point sinc interpolation
– PowerliminalsPlayer: reduced CPU usage by enabling quick pitch-shift algorithm
– Added information page
– Check for updates in information page
– 432hz Player: fixed the volume control background
– Changed some buttons to images
– 432hz Converter: now supports WAV encoding
– Now properly displays error messages
– 432hz Player: fix bug when adding folder to playlist
– Faster startup

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New App: 432hz Batch Converter

Got a new free software ready: 432hz Batch Converter.

It solves 2 problems with one stone:

432hz Player allows playing music on the desktop, and this will allow playing them on other devicesCertain devices like cars have limited support for file formats, and some music needs to be re-encoded into a standard format to work

It uses a very high-quality pitch-shifting algorithm.

Works on Windows and Linux, with MacOS support coming later.

> Download here

Free software released: 432hz Player, 432hz Batch Converter, Powerliminals Player.

Enjoy!

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432hz Player and Powerliminals Player Released

5 years since the last release, the new 432hz Player and Powerliminals Player software 2.0 are now ready! For Windows (Win 7 SP1 or later, x64 or x86) and Linux (all distros), with MacOS coming soon.

What is the 432hz Player?

Most music is recorded in 440hz. Many people claim that 432hz resonates more with the heart whereas 440hz resonates more with the brain, and that 432hz music feels better. Try it yourself. Play a music in 440hz and in 432hz, and see which one you prefer. Most people choose the 432hz version, and it’s hard to go back to 440hz.

Download the 432hz Player here

What is the Powerliminals Player?

It plays Powerliminal audios, which are nearly-silent audios containing very high-frequency energies to play in the background. You can stack 10 to 30 audios at varying speeds to play in the background day and night, selecting the balance of energies that you need.

The Powerliminals pack is available for purchase here. I have it running 24/7 on my computer and is one of my strong lines of energetic defense. Someone described the Powerliminals as “ascension hubs”.

Note about the energetic infections. Crystals and grounding resources have been very unstable due to energetic corruptions. “Some” crystals are now fine to use, but overall it remains unstable. As for the Powerliminals pack, some of the audios are still infected, but overall, they’re 90% stable, and most audios can be used safely, although it can vary from day to day. You need to use your intuition as to …Read More

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Garuda Linux vs Zorin OS

I recently talked about why migrate to Linux. There are many distros out there, and choosing the right one can be difficult. Here are some advice that will help you get started if you choose to go that route.

First, don’t be intimidated by all the distros. Linux as a whole is a set of components plugged together. Linux distros are essentially configuration presets. You can make any distro look like any other distro by changing its components and configuration.

That being said, there are two major branches of Linux distros: Ubuntu-based and Arch-based. The difference is that Ubuntu has a static update cycle, meaning less frequent and more stable updates, whereas Arch has a rolling update cycle, meaning continual daily updates and less stability.

Power-users often preach Arch distros like a religion. What you need to know is that Arch-based systems can break down 4 times per year and require manual intervention to fix. You often can find the solutions with a quick search online and type the commands in the shell. If you’re not comfortable with that, then perhaps Ubuntu-based is best for you. One power-user had installed Garuda (Arch-based) on his wife’s laptop and recommended me NOT to do that.

Here’s a review of Windows 11 from the perspective of a Linux user.

The most popular Ubuntu-based distros are Ubuntu, Pop! OS and Linux Mint, whereas the most popular Arch-based distro is Manjaro. After doing plenty of research, there are newer fast-running contestants in the horizon that have my personal …Read More

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