The World's First School of Cymatics
Greetings to all in the School of Cymatics! It's a pleasure and an honor to be a part of such a great community of researchers and cymatics enthusiasts. I had heard of the school previously but am kicking myself for not joining earlier than I have. I look forward to studying the materials and interacting with the community.
In the meantime, I wanted to link to a website I have developed called: iseevocals.com. I have been working with the good folks at Cymascope.com (John Reid) to do some research and analysis regarding tuning instruments to standard (A at 440Hz) vs. tuned to 432Hz. We also looked at the differences between strumming the same chords (tuned to 440Hz) on two different guitars (a 2012 Gretsch Falcon and a 2013 American Telecaster). And, finally, just for fun, I was curious to see what some famous songs/vocalists would look like through the cymascope images (Tears for Fears and Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam). Many thanks to John Reid and the team. Note: all images have been licensed.
Enclosed is a picture of my own cymaglyph imaged by the Cymascope folks. This is me singing the vowel sound "ah".