School of Cymatics

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Cymatics Artist Jodina Meehan Reading/Performing LIVE in MA Tomorrow Night!

Cymatics artist Jodina Meehan will be reading from her new novel CYMATICA in Greenfield at the Word Festival this Friday the 23rd!

The novel is the first part in a fantasy fiction trilogy featuring cymatics in a world where sound is magic. The…


Posted on October 22, 2015 at 7:14am

10th Annual Cymatics Conference coming up next month: will you be there?

Announcing the 10th anniversary Cymatics Conference, to be held at the Historic Academy of Medicine in Atlanta, GA this November 6-8 (2015)!

Doctors, therapists, scientists, and artists who work in the field of cymatics will all be there and this year there is an exciting lineup of…


Posted on October 10, 2015 at 4:08am

Cymatics At The Smithsonian

A few months ago John Stuart Reid of was asked by Deborah Stokes, curator for education at the Smithsonian Institute, if it would be possible to cymatically image some 'songs of stars' for their new…


Posted on July 19, 2012 at 10:17am

Cymatics Photos From The Big Party!

This past Sunday was my birthday and as you can see we had a lot of fun playing with cymatics devices in my studio downtown. The device you see in the photos is a steel plate on a wave driver, I am playing songs through the amp…


Posted on June 26, 2012 at 9:54am

Can YOU answer this cymatics question?

Chris recently wrote in,

"Hi Jodina,

The following is from Wikipedia:

"Chladni's lawFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, searchChladni's law, named after Ernst Chladni, relates the frequency of modes of vibration for flat circular surfaces with fixed center as a function of thenumbers m of diametric (linear) nodes and n of radial (circular) nodes. It is stated as the equation    f = C (m + 2n)^p where C and p are coefficients which depend on the…


Posted on August 25, 2011 at 10:46am

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At 12:26pm on April 21, 2016, M Rinaldy Mandala Putra said…
My name Rinaldi from Indonesia
I can not speak English , I am writing this email with the help of google translate
I am very interested in cymatic , but I do not know how it works ,
I am happy meditation with music that I like , just so curious as to what shape the image of the music that I heard when meditation
What you could help me ? ...
if you want , then will I send the music

At 7:17am on February 2, 2016, marco bassan said…

Hello Jodina, thank you for your support!

The pool will be 3 meter diameter, and o course I will prefer not doing any hole in it.

If it´s possible to trasmit the vibration from outside it will be perfect!

The is gonna be in PVC 75/100 and it will be 50 cm high, that means that there will be around 3000 liter of water.

I could create a support in the bottom to support any vibration generator but I don´t know if this is enough and which kind of woofer I should use and how many.

Here you can find a short desctription of the project (the Cymatic part is not in there yet!)

Thank you very much


At 6:30am on February 1, 2016, marco bassan said…

Hello Jodina, thank you for accepting me in in this inspiring group.

I´m working on a cymatic project, it´s an artistic instalaltion taht will take place in milan (Italy) in April. I would like to fill a pvc pool with water and move it with sound frequecny vibration.

The only problem is that I still don´t know how to generate the frequency without making a hole in the pool, and I´m worry that the pvc material is too tick to transmit the sound waves to the water.

At 10:12am on April 12, 2014, Alex Canelos said…

Hi Jodina,

Your Big Party pictures are great! Good stuff for kids!


At 5:27pm on February 14, 2013, Tim Chrepta said…


At 7:02am on February 16, 2010, Jeremy Pfeiffer said…
Great site!
I enjoy your work with plates Jodina!
At 5:58pm on October 14, 2009, Bonkus said…
This is awesome!

Thanks Jodi, I'll get started this weekend!

I can't wait to see what my daughters beautiful voice LOOKS like :-)

At 10:57am on October 12, 2009, Bonkus said…
Another question: if I wanted to start experimenting with Cymatics at home, what materials should I pick up?

Is there any way to start experimenting with cymatics for less than $20 bucks?

Also, is this the kind of thing that's a good kids (0-3) activity, or in your experience is it a older persons thing?
At 10:55am on October 12, 2009, Bonkus said…
Whoa - I don't have a helpful question for your course, but that last comment about a table in a bar gave me an idea.... What if you hooked a large loundspeaker up under the cymatics table, and had a slow cascade of sand / salt from above that kept filling it up... then you could point a camera at it and project the image of the table on a wall - the sound could be manipulated by a DJ... that would make for a crazy addition to a party or concert!

And depending on the kind of musinc the DJ was spinning, it could work really well with cymatics - I know a lot of electronic music is full of loud, droning tones that modulate slowly over time...

anyway, just a thought.
At 12:43pm on October 11, 2009, osioradain said…
I was wondering if it could be used as some kind of table in a bar!!! It would look good. I don't know if it would work for 'normal' music as it seems to need a constant tone to create a nice design.

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