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Healing with the Solfeggio Tuning Forks

This is the third article on the Solfeggio Tuning forks. The first was an Introduction to the Solfeggio Tuning Forks and the second was How to Use the Solfeggio Tuning Forks. In this post, I'll talk a … read more

How to Use the Solfeggio Tuning Forks

This is the second article on the Solfeggio Tuning Forks. The first article was an Introduction to the Solfeggio Tuning Forks. One question I am asked more than any other is "what do I do with the Sol … read more

A Note about Using Weighted Tuning Forks

I received a question about the noise made when the weights at the end of each prong of a weighted tuning fork touch. If the weights are touching when you tap then you are tapping too hard. I usu … read more

Care and Cleaning your Tuning Fork

I recently heard from a customer who told me that his tuning forks had turned black. I thought he was being a little dramatic. Tuning forks may oxidize which causes dark splotches on a fork but comple … read more

What is Octavization?

With the introduction of the Weighted Solfeggio Tuning Fork set, the question of why the weighted frequencies are not the same as the unweighted frequencies comes up often. Often converting unweighted … read more

That High Pitched Sound - High Harmonic

Often when you tap an unweighted tuning fork you will hear a high pitched tone along with the actual frequency of the tuning fork. That high pitch tone is called a high harmonic and is normal, it is j … read more

Setting Expectations with Tuning Forks

I am writing this post in response to feedback I received regarding the Solfeggio tuning forks.Tuning forks need to be used on a regular schedule and you should try to use them over a long period, man … read more