The tonality of the month is HexaLocorMin — with a sound sample loop to start:

You may enjoy a tonality loop as sound mantra for contemplation or meditation, for upliftment, focusing, or as soothing background sound for relaxation and regeneration.

Practical Use and Purpose

The purpose of Tonalibus is to provide an overview and reference of anchored tonalities and their inherent harmonic qualities for practical use — to touch, uplift, purify, and heal, as an expression of the inexpressible — to reach beyond duality.

Harmony, Tonalities, and Tonalibus

Harmony, for me, Ulrico, is how well something expresses the inexpressible and can touch and uplift the heart. Tonalities I see as sets of correlated vibrations. The results of my research in this context I call Tonalibus. The Tonalibus website presents some fundamental concepts of harmony and tonalities, an extensive catalogue of anchored tonalities, a collection of sounds, as well as the Spiritualibus blog and the Fidibus shop.

New Spiritualibus Blog Posts – Excerpts

Tonality of the month: HexaLocorMin

The tonality of the month of December 2021 is HexaLocorMin, a (Lo)Cor hexatonality that is partially anchored. Its lower half consists of Core pitches and the upper is PhrygAeolian. Locor tonalities include the three initial of the four corners of the sound temple, i.e. North, East, and South, but not West. Another Locor tonality is HexaLocorReach. Further, …

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October/November 2021 Tonalibus update

This October/November 2021 Tonalibus update presents select sound samples of tonalities recently added to the Tonalibus catalogue. It touches on the massive, now concluding expansion of the tonalities catalogue of the past months. The total number of distinct, fully and partially anchored tonalities present now rose to eighty. Finally, a quote on mast fruiting ends this Tonalibus update.

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