Boss Mann Magazine presents to you Scott Howard, our very own lightworker helping people understand their purpose and healing people through his music via frequency 432 Hz. Scott Howard, whose real name is Howard Scott but decided to change it for artistic purposes. Scott came into existence in 2016 when he found his true purpose, which is to heal people through his music. During our interview, Scott shared memories about his childhood days; as a kid, he would perform with his band at various venues throughout the neighborhood, and even though he knew they didn’t have the best sound, he didn’t care because he loved music. Scott’s musical background comes from his family, specifically his mother, an opera singer in Long Island, NY. Scott calling to music came at a young age and he shows no signs of stopping any time soon; he has been able to use music as a shield from the world’s negative entities.
Scott credits music to be healing in most cases. Scott’s goal since 2017 has been to heal people through his music. In 2020, the world and humanity experienced dark times; we faced wildfires, earthquakes, suicide bombings, and a COVID-19 virus; because of the tragedies happening, Scott has dedicated his journey to raise people’s frequency healing by playing his music in 432Hz.
How does Scott’s music in 432Hz helps raise the listener’s frequency? Today’s music is played in 440Hz. His experimentalism and avant-garde nature allowed him to pioneer a new genre called Source Music. Source serves as his primary influence coming from the celestial beyond. Performed at 432 Hz, Scott Howard’s music has a curative effect on the mind and soul. Some of the most excellent musicians in history, such as Mozart, Beethoven, and Bach, used the same frequency. Ascended Fans can appreciate and support Scott Howard’s music in many ways.
According to Global news, as early as 1885, the Italian Government’s Music Commission declared that all instruments and orchestras should use a tuning fork that vibrated at 440 Hz, which was different from the original standard of 435 Hz and the competing 432 Hz used in France. In 1917, the American Federation of Musicians endorsed the Italians, followed by a further push for 440 Hz in the 1940s.
In 1953, they signed a worldwide agreement. Signatories declared that middle “A” on the piano be forevermore tuned to exactly 440 Hz. This frequency became the standard ISO-16 reference for tuning all musical instruments based on the chromatic scale, the one most often used for music in the West. All the other notes are tuned in standard mathematical ratios leading to and from 440 Hz. This tone standard is now universally accepted, so a piano in Toronto sounds like a piano in China.
Adherents to this theory claim that a more “natural” frequency for middle “A” is 438 Hz. Others believe that the correct middle “A” is 432 Hz (also known as Verdi’s A) because it has “a pure tone of math fundamental to nature” and is “mathematically consistent with the patterns of the universe, vibrating with Phi, the Golden Ratio. They point to how this pitch can be connected to everything from nautilus shells to the ancients’ works, including the construction of the Great Pyramid.
Furthermore, Scott’s music in 432 Hz resonates with 8 Hz (the Schumann Resonance), the documented fundamental electromagnetic “beat” of earth. It just feels better. Research says that music tuned from this frequency is more comfortable to listen to, brighter, more precise, and inherently dynamic. As a result, music with this tuning need not be played at higher volumes and thus reduces the risk of hearing damage. Numerous organizations are advocating a universal switch to 432 Hz, but that would involve upsetting worldwide standards, not to mention the construction and re-tuning of millions of musical instruments.