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Art that resinates with history.

Every Epic Frequency is created from iconic moments that defined history.
First Frequency Block NFT Drop:
October 15, 2021

The History Collection

The History Collection features eight iconic moments that defined our history. Each waveform is derived from historical clips from the audio archives. Every epic moment will be minted as 64 distinct designs, combining the waveform design with a set of eight colors and eight textures. The entire collection will consist of 512 unique NFT Frequency Blocks. Each waveform design will be dropped every Friday until the entire collection has been released.

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What is an NFT?

Excellent question.

NFT stands for "non-fungible token." Basically, NFTs are digital assets that can be collected, bought, and sold. All transactions are recorded and secured on the Ehtereum blockchain, ensuring a trusted chain of ownership. Art collectors and crypto-enthusiasts from all over the world are adding NFTs to collections at impressive rates.

The Waveforms

Each of the ten waveforms will be announced and released every Friday following the NFT collection drop. Check back here on October 1 as we reveal the first epic waveform in the History Collection.

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Fear Itself

Franklin D. Roosevelt on March 04, 1933

This iconic clip was recorded at the first inauguration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933. The excerpt has become one of the most recognizable sound bites in American history. "Let me assert my firm belief that the only thing we have to fear is...fear itself."

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Ask Not

John F. Kennedy on January 20, 1961

The event that this Epic Frequency represents was recorded during the inauguration of John F. Kennedy in 1961. In one of the most iconic speeches by an incoming president, Kennedy urged all Americans to “ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country.”

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I Have a Dream

Martin Luther King, Jr. on August 28, 1963

Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream Speech” helped define the civil rights movement in the United States. This Epic Frequency was created from the iconic “I Have a Dream” excerpt of King’s speech delivered on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. on August 28, 1963.

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The Eagle Has Landed

Neil Armstrong on July 20, 1969

As the lunar module touched down on the surface of the moon on July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong radioed back to mission control confirming "the Eagle has landed." This event was one of the most iconic moments in our history, defining the space race and inspiring generations to dream big.

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One Small Step

Neil Armstrong on July 20, 1969

"One Small Step" represents one of the defining moments in our exploration into space. As Neil Armstrong exited the lunar module with the entire world watching, he uttered the iconic phrase, "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."

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9/11 Bullhorn Speech

George W. Bush on September 14, 2001

Three days after the devastating 9/11 attacks, President George W. Bush stood on the rubble of the World Trade Center towers and addressed the workers at Ground Zero. After a distant voice shouted that he could not hear, Bush declared, "I can hear you, the rest of the world hears you, and the people who knocked these buildings down will hear all of us soon!" Bush's "Bullhorn Speech" has become one of the most iconic moments in the aftermath of the attacks, representing the reliance of the American people.

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Fight on the Beaches

Winston Churchill on June 04, 1940

The speech given by Winston Churchill at the House of Commons on June 4, 1940, represents the reliance of the allied forces during World War II. Churchill's call to fight shortly after the evacuation of Dunkirk inspired confidence throughout Europe, even as Germany was marching to invade more territory.

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Berlin Has Fallen

Stuart Hibberd on May 02, 1945

The world celebrated as broadcaster Stuart Hibberd interrupted a radio program on May 2, 1945, to announce the fall of Berlin, signifying a victory for the Allied forces in Germany during World War II. This iconic clip represents the conclusion of a critical chapter in world history.

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The Colors

Each waveform and texture combination will be minted in the folowing colors, adding a distinctive tone to each unique NTF Frequency Block.

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#01: Pink/Purple
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#02: Gold/Orange
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#03: Blue/Green
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#04: Greyscale
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#05: Turquoise/Purple
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#06: Purple/Gold
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#07: Teal/Purple
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#08: Brown/Teal

The Textures

Each waveform and color combination will be minted in the folowing textures, adding a distinctive dimensionality to each unique NTF Frequency Block.

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#01: Stone
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#02: Space
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#03: Atmosphere
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#04: Ice
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#05: Ocean
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#06: Light
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#07: Smoke
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#08: Fire
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Ethereum Blockchain

Every Epic Frequency Block is backed by the Ethereum blockchain.

Limited 1 of 1 Designs

Each frequency block design will unique with a single waveform/color/texture combination.

Open Sea Drop

Each frequency block will be dropped on Open Sea on the release date for the design.

Limited Series

Once all the Epic Frequency blocks from the Historical collection are sold, the waveform will be retired and no other designs will be created using that sound clip.

Art Inspired by History

Every Epic Frequency block is inspired from the waveform created by the most iconic audio clips in history.

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