I don't buy into the 432 herz thing... http://medson.net/a432hz-myth.html
But the OP is right.
Live should support different turnings natively.
432 Hz, the frequency of water?
Stating that 432 Hz is the frequency of the water seems wacky. What is the frequency of the water? It is often said that microwave ovens operate on the water molecule. So the frequency of the water should be close to 2'450 MHz, the magnetron frequency. This vibration corresponds to the note D in the current system. The microwave oven used in kitchens consist of a wave generator called a magnetron and an antenna housed in the upper part of the appliance. The frequency used does not correspond exactly to the resonance of the H2O water molecule. It is a compromise that allows efficient agitation of water molecules under the action of the frequency.
What is the vibrational frequency of the water?
Water, despite its apparent simplicity is still a mystery to science. Water is liquid because the molecular bond between two molecules (called bridge or hydrogen bond) breaks every billionths of a thousandth of a second. At this level, it is called Terahertz vibration, a frequency close to that of the infrared. Water is like a liquid crystal in continuous vibration and when the temperature drops, it freezes. This undulation ceases and water crystallizes to form ice. One thousand billion Hertz: 1 THz. This frequency, transcoded to the 31st lower octave, gives a D3 sharp to 310.44 Hz. This is far from 432.