Thursday, 16 July 2009

Wireless Communication [rain020]

Artist: Martin Dot
Catalogue number: rain020
Format: MP3 192kbps
Date: 30-06-2007

There is an Extremely Low Frequency ranging from 6 Hz to 50 Hz. It's maximum is at 7.93 Hz. This is the Earth's natural electro-magnetic resonance. It has been discovered theoretically by Winfried Otto Schumann in 1952. Later on Nikola Tesla has made a proposition to use these frequencies for wireless transmission of power. This would let anyone in anyplace around the globe be able to communicate freely and wirelessly.

This music has absolutely no connection to the above. It's just an impression of sounds we might encounter when communicating. There is no meaning in it.
It is the listener who creates meanings.

01 - ELF 6 to 50 with maximum at 7.93

Stream: low quality high quality
Cover image: rain020

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