LucyTuned Lullabies (from around the world) are specially-tuned instrumental renditions of (generations-tested) traditional lullabies. They are the perfect gift for new parents and baby as they solve a familiar problem and your gift will be appreciated for many years to come.
These recordings use a “long-lost” mathematical technology proposed by John "Longitude" Harrison in the 1770's, and derived from the number pi. Harrison's writings were rediscovered in 1986 by Charles Lucy and research to refine their musical application has continued for the past twenty years.
It has been found that the low frequencies generated by LucyTuning calm the listener and the slowing tempos and keys encourage changed levels of consciousness. The tracks on each collection are arranged in a descending order. To calm a wide-awake listener, begin playing from track 1. For those already more relaxed, begin playing from a later track e.g. 2, 3, 4, 5. The tempo and tuning will thereby match the current relaxation level of the listener and as the music progresses listeners should further relax into sleep. As gestating babies have the abilities to hear from around the 16th week, LucyTuned Lullabies (from around the world) can also be used when resting during pregnancy, and should re-enforce connection in baby between the lullabies and relaxation