John Stuart Reid is arguably the current world leader in cymatic research, specifically focused on scientific exploration. He is co inventor of the CymaScope (along with Erik Larson), an instrument that makes sound visible. He is currently exploring applications for this ...Read More


Development of sound healing in modern times Technological sound healing devices first appeared in 1928 when German scientist Erwin Schliephake discovered that sound accelerated healing. He created an acoustic device known as the Novasonic that is still available today. In 1938 another ...Read More


Cymatic help for autistic children Various discussions are ongoing with autistic research and support centers. Extensive discussions have taken place on the benefits of integrating interactive technologies with cymatics to allow total sensory immersion and control. A commission for Aldeburgh music saw ...Read More


Phonology, Speech Pathology/Therapy & Vocal Coaching The following introduction to Phonology, Speech Therapy and Vocal Coaching is based on their respective entries in Wikipedia Phonology is the systematic use of sound to encode meaning in any spoken human language, or the field ...Read More


musicmadevisible is a new concept in musical expression, a stream of cymatic images representing an analog of music in visual form. If our eyes could see music we would not see waves, as is commonly believed, but beautiful holographic bubbles, with ...Read More


Astrophysics is the branch of astronomy concerned with the physical and chemical properties of celestial bodies. Astroseismology is a branch of astrophysics in which the internal structure of stars is studied by means of their frequency spectra. The atomic furnaces ...Read More


It has been theorised by many cosmologists and John Stuart Reid that sound could have had a key role to play in the formation of the universe. Seemingly sound is spherical and not wave-like (see the physics of sound). If ...Read More