School of Cymatics

The World's First School of Cymatics

John Stuart Reid
  • Male
  • Keswick
  • United Kingdom
Share on Facebook Share
  • Blog Posts
  • Discussions (1)
  • Events
  • Groups
  • Photos
  • Photo Albums
  • Videos

John Stuart Reid's Friends

  • Jeff Ermoian
  • Matthew Heim
  • M Rinaldy Mandala Putra
  • Jenna Boreham
  • Mark Oliver
  • Turner Wigginton
  • Alejandro Tesouro Hervás
  • Suzanne Tribe
  • sergi nieva
  • Caleb Andrew Cox
  • Jeremy Pfeiffer
  • André Steegmans

Gifts Received

Gift

John Stuart Reid has not received any gifts yet

Give a Gift

 

John Stuart Reid's Page

Latest Activity

John Stuart Reid is now friends with Matthew Heim and Jeff Ermoian
May 12
Richard R Reed left a comment for John Stuart Reid
"Hi John, I work for a leading VFX firm (www.dneg.com) and having recently worked with Kip Thorn on Interstellar, we are interested in carrying on the tradition of collaboration with the scientific community on a new cymatics inspired film.  I…"
Oct 12, 2016
John Stuart Reid left a comment for Jenna Boreham
"Hello Jenna, thank you for your note, which I have only just read. I offer a consultancy service for answers to technical questions. Typical charges are $25 but the fee can be higher, depending on how much time it takes to answer. If this is of…"
Apr 21, 2016
John Stuart Reid is now friends with Jenna Boreham and M Rinaldy Mandala Putra
Apr 21, 2016
John Stuart Reid left a comment for M Rinaldy Mandala Putra
"Hello Rinaldi, my company, CymaScope.com offer an imaging service to make music visible. Still moments from music cost $129 and video capture of music costs $10 per second, with a minimum charge of $300 = 30 seconds. If this is of interest please…"
Apr 21, 2016
M Rinaldy Mandala Putra left a comment for John Stuart Reid
"email : darahmandar@yahoo.com"
Apr 21, 2016
M Rinaldy Mandala Putra left a comment for John Stuart Reid
"Hello John Stuart Reid 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…"
Apr 21, 2016
Mark Oliver left a comment for John Stuart Reid
"By the way, great article! Really opens the eyes and mind to what we hear. As stated in the Cymatics book "One can hear what one sees and see what one hears" Mark"
Mar 25, 2014
Mark Oliver left a comment for John Stuart Reid
"I just read your article about sound being more of a bubble or sphere than a wave. Do you know if anyone is working on an iPhone or Android app that would allow someone to visually experiment with Cymatics? If they aren't I wish someone would.…"
Mar 25, 2014
John Stuart Reid and Turner Wigginton are now friends
Oct 9, 2013
John Stuart Reid is now friends with Alejandro Tesouro Hervás and sergi nieva
Feb 27, 2013
sergi nieva left a comment for John Stuart Reid
"Hello John. My name is Sergi Nieva, and i was wondering if i couldask you a few questions about the cymascope. I'm on my last years of Architecture, long time playing also with sacred geometry, and i fell in love with cymatics the first time a…"
Jan 18, 2013
John Stuart Reid is now friends with Dr. Konstantin G.Zadorozhnikov and Suzanne Tribe
Feb 22, 2012
John Stuart Reid replied to AMADO MENDEZ's discussion cymatics analysis of human voice
"Hello Amado, As far as I know, the only instrument that can show the human voice pattern (CymaGlyph) is the CymaScope. Our web site has an introductory section on Phonology: http://www.cymascope.com/cyma_research/phonology.html The study of human…"
Apr 24, 2010
Caleb Andrew Cox left a comment for John Stuart Reid
"Hi John, That's very exciting to hear about your book, I'll most definitely be one of the first in line to pick it up once available. =] Thank you for the information about the bass, I actually just noticed that very thing last night…"
Apr 14, 2010
John Stuart Reid left a comment for Caleb Andrew Cox
"Hi Caleb, That's a very cool fish-eye photo of your studio, makes me want to run out and buy that lens! Thanks for the compliment, we are writing a book on cymatics that will be a good resource for students of this emergent science. We are…"
Apr 14, 2010

Comment Wall (8 comments)

You need to be a member of School of Cymatics to add comments!

Join School of Cymatics

At 9:50am on October 12, 2016, Richard R Reed said…

Hi John,

I work for a leading VFX firm (www.dneg.com) and having recently worked with Kip Thorn on Interstellar, we are interested in carrying on the tradition of collaboration with the scientific community on a new cymatics inspired film.  I would love to speak with you.  If your interested, please contact me at rrr@dneg.com.  I can then follow up with a phone call or visit to your facilities as we are based in London.

Hope to hear from you soon,

Richard R Reed

VFX Supervisor

rrr@dneg.com 

At 12:40pm on April 21, 2016, M Rinaldy Mandala Putra said…

email : darahmandar@yahoo.com

At 12:18pm 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 3:27pm on March 25, 2014, Mark Oliver said…

By the way, great article! Really opens the eyes and mind to what we hear. As stated in the Cymatics book "One can hear what one sees and see what one hears"

Mark

At 3:23pm on March 25, 2014, Mark Oliver said…

I just read your article about sound being more of a bubble or sphere than a wave. Do you know if anyone is working on an iPhone or Android app that would allow someone to visually experiment with Cymatics? If they aren't I wish someone would. It would be a fantastic tool to see sound in a Sphere as well as a typical Cymatic plate view.

Mark

At 11:33am on January 18, 2013, sergi nieva said…

Hello John.

My name is Sergi Nieva, and i was wondering if i couldask you a few questions about the cymascope.

I'm on my last years of Architecture, long time playing also with sacred geometry, and i fell in love with cymatics the first time a saw it.

Right now i'm triing to produce a Cymascope, allready developing plans, but, as you may think, i have some doubts, not been working on ti as long as you.

Let me now if you have some time, my e-mail is sergi.nieva@gmail.com".

Thanks in advance,

and apologies for my enflish skills...

Sergi

At 5:47pm on April 14, 2010, Caleb Andrew Cox said…
Hi John,

That's very exciting to hear about your book, I'll most definitely be one of the first in line to pick it up once available. =]

Thank you for the information about the bass, I actually just noticed that very thing last night when experimenting with different signals going to the water. Longer tones with gradual amplitude and frequency changes definitely gave better and cleaner results. Having produced a lot of dance and electronic music I have a fascination also of how various beats and percussion sounds interfere and interact with tones. But as I've been learning more about the affect of sound on water and cells however I sense my music will start evolving accordingly, and I've always been a lover of melody above everything. In time I hope to put up some video to go with music that creates pleasant imagery in the water.

Good idea compressing the bass too, I'll have to try some of that in the studio to cut out those low frequency percussion pulses and see what happens!
At 7:07am on February 16, 2010, Jeremy Pfeiffer said…
John,
What does the future hold for this whole cymatics movement?
 
 
 

© 2017   Created by Jodina Meehan.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service