Experience a Unique, Personal Voice Analysis and Therapy – Part 2


Voice Analysis and Therapy with Biofeedback

Whereas analysis and diagnosis of a human heart (ECG), brain (EEG) or voice (VG) can be used in voice analysis and therapy for a starting point, it’s usually and most often voice analysis.  There are several different schools of thought about the best way to analyze the voice and interpret the results.  The results are used as a type of diagnosis from which a therapy can be devised to calm, stimulate or otherwise transform the issue at hand.

Experience a Unique, Personal Voice Analysis and Therapy.
Figure One: The Sensorium Sensory Interface Measures All Components of the Voice
  1. Fundamental Frequency – the lowest note in realtime that has a full set of whole tone-related harmonics or overtones.  All other frequencies are noise and unrelated to the fundamental. This is the true fundamental frequency of the person’s or instrument’s timbre, which has a related set of overtones that cause their voices to sound the way they do.  This is the current fundamental as opposed to the combinations that accumulate over time as a person talks.  By finding the true fundamental in a real-time moment the Sensorium LSV III removes the noise and dissonant partials from the signal.
  2. Timbre – the actual sound created by an instrument or voice created by the fundamental frequency along with its full set of related harmonics…the vocal signature. This signature is useful in creating sensory resonance programs that synchronize light, sound, music and color to a person’s personal signature. This creates the relative overtone amplitudes and waveShape of the signal.
  3. Mode – the music note with most accumulated magnitude from an expression about a particular subject over time.  This is the cumulative fundamental frequency.
  4. Main Note – the music note spoken most often about a particular subject accumulated over time.  The number of times each note is hit while thinking or speaking about a particular subject over time.
  5. Key signature – each note of the octave has a set of related notes that play in harmony with that note as a fundamental tonic.  Keys can be any of the 12 Chromatic tones.  People tend to think and speak in one or more of these keys when expressing thoughts or words about a particular subject over time. 
  6. Stressed or Weak Music Notes – accumulated from a thought or expression about a particular subject over time.
  7. Evidence Based Feedback from user/clients about how particular sounds, music or colors make them feel.  Some are calling this the Soul Note.
  8. Soul Song – music created with the information above to create music designed specifically for that person.
  9. Music Note to Color Correlation – Music Notes can be transposed up by 40+ Octaves into the light range to correlate with the exact color based on the Law of the Octaves.

The entire point of analyzing a human biometric is to observe, capture, analyze and evaluate the harmony contained within it.  However, due to the limitations of current frequency analysis technology this has so far had to be obtained by reversing the situation to find and evaluate the disharmony, noise and dis-coherence, which has led to the allopathic paradigm of healing that attempts to find and fix what’s wrong.   What if there is a way to identify what’s right and simply enhance it through voice analysis and therapy. 

What a person is willing to absorb doesn’t necessary mean that it’s good for them.  Conversely, the dis-coherence in a person does not necessary mean that it’s bad.  Some have said that a person’s signature contains all fo the bad as well as the good so it should not be fed directly back to them for fear of amplifying the bad.  However, that’s only true when the signal contains noise or dissonance.  A true fundamental frequency has no noise as all of the overtones are harmonically related to the fundamental.  

Most of the methods that are available are based on the allopathic paradigm that says that there’s something wrong and it must be fixed. Their algorithms find the disharmonies in body, mind, emotion and spirit so that they can be treated and healed.  However, having access to the true harmony in a person’s frequency signature allows the identification of what’s right, which can then be enhanced. 

This approach is much more elegant and efficient than the allopathic method, and so much easier on both client and therapist.  Clients are not asked to ignore the dissonance, but rather just put it aside for the moment so that attention can be given to enhancing what’s right.  This method is called Ktisis and leads to the ultimate transformation…Allasso – transformation from an evolutionary, material creature into an eventuated spiritual being.  In other words…transcending the human state to who we will be on the other side.   

Fortunately, that state can be obtained while still in the flesh.  This has become our goal and mission.

Frequency in Brainwaves and Heartbeats

The frequency of heartbeats matches the frequency of brainwave delta waves ranging from about one cycle per second to around two.  Music with rhythm or beat that matches a normal heart rate has been shown to be profoundly relaxing.  Brainwaves ranging from zero to 128 cycles per second correspond to the vibrotactile range of the body’s corpuscular system and the body’s ability to feel. 

Both (sub-gamma) brainwaves and heartbeats lie in the subsonic range below the range of human hearing.  Electrocardiogram (EKG), Heart Rate Variability (HRV) and Electro-Encephalographic (EEG) are the biometrics of choice for measuring the frequencies of the heart and brain.  Whereas most biofeedback systems are indirect by providing only notifications of the successful completion of a goal, direct systems can measure, receive, analyze and feedback vibrations that are directly related to the biometric being used.  

Most systems divide up the brain signal into different frequency bands such as sub-delta (or S.O. {for Slow Oscillation}), delta, theta, alpha, gamma and zeta waves, depending on their protocols.  Various systems have been developed to treat with frequencies at those ranges.  For example, theta range is accessed for hypnosis and lucid dreaming, whereas the delta range is utilized in sleep therapy.  Alpha, of course, is the range in which clients are asked to relax into.  Beta is the normal awake state with Gamma being the latest range to be researched.  40 Hz with both light and sound is now currently being touted as a treatment for Alzheimer’s.

Voice Analysis and Therapy Feedback

When Voice Analysis and Therapy are based on voice, heart or brainwaves the term most often used is Vibrational Therapy as frequency reaches across so many bandwidths and covers so many senses that frequency therapy is more than just sound, but also includes all of the other bands, like light/color, vibrotactile and aromatic. Various methods are used to create frequencies for feedback including the Personal Signature, Schumann Resonance or Solfeggio Frequencies, etc.

Frequency, Music Note, Sound, Color and Chakra Correlations

All of this gets even more complicated when these correlations are used to explain how these things match up to the chakra system of the human body.  The concept of human energy fields and the so-called chakras dates back to the Vedas around 200 BC.  The first mention of them is in the Upanishads, which supposedly held secret and sacred knowledge.  However, even though there is evidence that they were related to certain symbols, there’s absolutely no mention of how they relate to color or music notes.  

Research has shown that our modern understandings of the chakras, especially western ones, have little relationship to these ancient texts.  One authority claims…“Despite the extravagant claims made by some chakra enthusiasts, there is little evidence that the seven-chakra system as we know it today, is really any part of an unbroken tradition dating to antiquity.”

Writings by members of theosophical-like organizations in the 1800’s appear to have made up these correlations, which were later only further emphasized when Ledbetter and others brought them into the western world.  

This is where it gets interesting…in the early 70’s Christopher Hills published a book titled Nuclear Evolution where he promoted his own system, which has become the western new age foundation of the rainbow chakra system.  “Coincidentally” I was fortunate to have spent a lot of time with this unique personality and was business partners with him until shortly before he passed.  Little did I realize that I would return full circle to the subject of vibrational correlations and my former partner when doing this research.

Although his theories about metaphysics may have not caught on yet, the idea of matching the seven chakras with the seven colors of the spectrum was so appealing that just about every book on the chakras written since then show the chakras in rainbow colors.  Brennan, Chia and Carolyn Myss are more recent authors who have mentioned these connections and even expanded them to include the etheric bodies.

Most Common Correlations between Sound, Music, Color and the Chakras
Figure Two: Most Common Correlations between Sound, Music, Color and the Chakras

The correlation between the chakras, music notes and frequency seems to have originated in the 70’s with the development of the European Periodical System of Planetary Healing by Hans Cousto who based his relationships on a tuning of 432 Hz and the cycles of heavenly bodies.

Chakra Correlations According to the Cosmic Octave
Figure Three: Chakra Correlations According to the Cosmic Octave

Attempts to resolve the differences between all of these different ideas continue to this day resulting in the confusion of those who are still studying these things.  Can it be that there is one person who’s right while everyone else is wrong?  

If there truly are connections between the chakras, colors and music notes they must conform to the math as shown in Figure Eight above and the correlations must be as they are described there.  Therefore, perhaps the true correlations look like:

Figure Four: A Mathematically Accurate Correlation of Music Notes, Color and Chakras

This arrangement satisfies the standard model that shows Red being the Root Chakra and Violet representing the Crown Chakra.  The only thing that does not match the common typical model is the music note association.  This revised model starts with the note F# for the Root Chakra being Red (G) and the Crown Chakra as Purple (F). This method is perfect for Voice Analysis and Therapy.


Another upcoming science regarding vibration is called Cymatics.  Cymatics is a science that visually reveals the modal patterns of different vibrations like sounds, frequencies and music on a plate, diaphragm or fluid.  When the surface of of these membranes is vibrated, regions of maximum and minimum displacement are made visible in a thin coating of particles, paste, or liquid.  Different patterns emerge in the medium being excited depending on the size, shape, density and the driving frequency(s).

Each frequency makes a specific pattern.  Complex waves made of many frequencies can produce patterns that are beyond intricate and beautiful.

A Cymagraph made with a Cymascope
Figure Five: A Cymagraph made with a Cymascope

The process has been hard to reproduce however, because the cups and plates used to create the patterns can’t be made perfect enough to reproduce the patterns.  Therefore, we’ve created a Digital Cymascope  that can allow scientists to fully study the phenomenon to see if there are uses beyond entertainment such as some form of therapy.  It certainly exposes a person to a physical experience of the vibration. Cymatics can play an important role in Voice Analysis and Therapy,  


The Microstructure of vibrational waves shows that frequency is only one of the four main components of a wave, although its accurate measurement is vital as a starting point.

Relying on Frequency alone does not represent an accurate model of a wave.  Phase and Amplitude are equally important.  All of these together create the WaveShape or architecture/geometry of the wave.  It’s possible to change the waveshape without changing the frequencies.  We proved that with Psi-Fi Sound, which has now become IRIS Flow in the UK.  They currently produce a next-generation, state of the art set of headphones.  Visit them at

A true Fundamental Frequency is required to determine the harmony of a complex wave.  The lowest frequency with a full set of overtones is the fundamental frequency, which can only be ascertained in real time and not by averaging a timed sample.  Averaging automatically kills the harmonic data.  

There is a connection between sound, light, color, music notes and chakras.  Proper correlation is important in synchronizing them together for multi-modal therapy.

Frequency analysis and feedback is a viable form of Voice Analysis and Therapy.  Sensory Resonance can deliver the feedback in a multi-sensory, multi-media manner that can synchronize the senses and lead them into a coherent experience that can result in simultaneous profound relaxation and extreme inspiration.  

Histograms of music note correspondences are only 91% accuracy.  Histograms of pure frequencies are 99.9% accurate.

Voice Analysis and Therapy Protocols

  • Frequency Therapy
    • Fill out a Vibrational Therapy Form
    • Chose an Octave from the Octave Distribution List
    • Choose a Frequency from the Frequency List and enter it manually or create a program around it.
  • Music Therapy
    • Choose Keynote from Keynote List
    • Choose Music Note from Music Note Correlation List
  • Breath Therapy – Oxygen is the Fuel for the Journey
  • Plant Therapy
    • Using Frequencies to improve and enhance the growth of plants
    • Or using Plant Medicine to enhance Voice Analysis and Therapy.
  • VibraSound Therapy – Combines all of the above where all of the senses are synchronized into a coherent, sensory resonant experience that is measured and fed back via Voice Analysis and Therapy.
    • Sign the Waiver/Release Form
    • Fill out the Fundamentalizer Therapy Form
    • Review the form and design a program
      • Which form of therapy
        • Healing of current problem
        • Frequency, Music or Biofeedback, Color, Aroma
        • Descending or Ascending Experience
    • Orient and Introduce the Client to the experience
      • Ensure there are no distractions like parking meters etc.  
      • Ensure that you feel safe
      • The Restroom – The experience detoxes and enhances the need
      • Understand the process – Frequency Bath – Music – Biofeedback
      • Let go – Breath – Oxygen is the Fuel for the Journey –  “The deeper you breath the further you can fly.”  Perform breathing exercises.
      • Understand they are in control and can either ask for help or get up
      • Don’t get up when it’s over – sometimes the best part is at the end.  Wait for the facilitator to ask you to come back into your body.
      • Using the Portacle –  It can be used prior to the frequency and music, during or after.

Evaluating the Voice Analysis and Therapy Form

  • Age – Find music that they listened to as a teenager.  What is their favorite type of music…genre – instrumental – powerful lyrics matched to what concerns you the most.
  • Design Frequencies
    • Light, Sound and Vibration Frequencies
      • Schumann Resonance
      • Solfeggio Frequencies
      • Personal Signature – From Chart Below
        • Personal Signature Distribution
        • Sharp or Flat
        • Color Correlations (Direct or Complement)
          • Too much of a frequency use compliment
          • Too little of a frequency use direct color
        • Chakra Review

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