Internet Based Distributed Cluster Network

There are various systems marketed for the purpose of performing voice analysis. Whereas most of these exist for improving vocal performance, a growing number of researchers are beginning to show that the voice can also be used to improve health, success, and satisfaction with life. Both manual and computerized methods have been developed for such purposes. Most of these rely on standard computer platforms that do a fair job of measuring and massaging of data to provide limited spectral signatures of the voice. In addition, many include the ability to see the octave or music notation distribution. Whereas these may be good and valuable diagnostic tools for simple frequency analysis, they do not have the power needed to include magnitude, phase, and complex frequency separation of the real and imaginary components of each partial, nor to simultaneously translate the audio time domain data over into the spectral frequency domain for visual display.

In addition, they do not provide a sophisticated output or feedback mechanism so that the data can be effectively used. The results of such analysis must usually be analyzed and input into other feedback devices. Since the accuracy of such analysis is typically limited to (+/- 1 Hz.), it is difficult to obtain enough accuracy to achieve exact music scale notation, which requires at least (+/- .01 Hz.) of accuracy and precision. Also, such limited accuracy cannot resolve whole number ratios of the Great Diesis.

HRT ™ is based on a new computer concept called "distributed clustering" where multiple computers are linked together. Our Vector Farm Supercomputer is one of the most powerful computers in the world, with an estimated value of hundreds of millions of dollars. Access to this Supercomputer allows accuracy, precision, and complexity at speeds unavailable by any other practical means. All data enters and exits the network through our 100% secure portal. Our station is the only one with the complete voicing as all others receive only individual components. Therefore, all information can be maintained in optimal confidentiality.

The HRT™ process is very different from other voice analysis programs. Among its unique features and benefits are:

1. Standard Spectral Analyzers are limited in resolution…the ability to "resolve" the difference between one partial and another. Typically these types of devices are computer driven and resolve frequencies down to +/- 1 Hz., or one cycle per second. Since the "natural second" is shorter than our standard second, these programs cannot resolve whole number ratios of the Great Diesis, and therefore may entirely miss partials with their standard FFT analysis.

A small percentage of partials (overtones) in an individual's voice are not whole number ratios of the Great Diesis, but rather groups of frequencies that are forming their own resonance rather than synchronizing to the rest…alliances against the body. These aberrant partials can be included in standard FFT spectral analysis, whereas in the HRT ™ program they are excluded from both the analysis and feedback, resulting in pure, noise free evaluation and therapy. HRT ™ improves the Signal to Noise Ration (S/N).

Whereas most programs measure only the voice, HRT™ includes breath analysis as well, which reveals how an individual both takes in life (inhalation) and expresses themselves back out into their environment (exhalation).

2. Human biometrics has long been limited by the inability to find the so-called "fundamental frequency" of brainwaves, heartbeats, or voicings, without which true harmony cannot be determined. Human beings are capable of producing an entire range of fundamental frequencies across a wide span of the vibrational spectrum. During any voicing, EEG, or EKG, unless they are pure tones, the fundamental drifts around. The best that can be done is to take a timed sample (usually at least 30 seconds or longer) and then "normalize" all of the resultant frequencies into the "average fundamental." Unfortunately, this destroys true harmonic relationships.

However, recent discoveries with our supercomputer and vector processing algorithms have revealed that the universal rhythm of the square root of minus one resolves itself through the functions of the Great Diesis...the universal ratio of resolution. This has provided the universal fundamental frequency, which validates itself through experimental testing. Many of the frequencies comprising all natural vibrations have been measured to be whole number ratios of this universal fundamental. We can now find a person's naturally occurring resonance based on the Great Diesis. This not only reveals the parts of a person that are resonant with each other, but also the parts of them that relate to everyone else.

Whereas each individual has a unique collection of frequencies, they are all whole number ratios of the same number. As a person's fundamental frequency floats or drifts around, the amplitudes and phasing of all its component overtones stay the same. Therefore, it is now possible to establish a true harmonic signature of the human voice. Using this natural resonance to enhance what a person already is (actual self) releases what they can become (potential self). In addition, since everyone's signature shares the same universal time-base, the feedback therapy does not harm the therapist or others present, but rather links them directly together.

3. HRT ™ looks for what is right in a person rather than what is wrong. Instead of looking for "missing, stressed, or multiple" frequencies and trying to replace them, HRT ™ finds the natural resonance of an individual and enhances it via multi-sensory biofeedback. There is a reason why people have missing frequencies...they will not absorb or allow them into their field. It is much better to focus on what's right and attempt to magnify or enhance that, than to try to fix what's wrong. Enhancing the natural resonance helps problems resolve themselves.

4. Complex frequency signatures like the human voice are composed of many interrelated parts or "partials", which are actually overtones being created from the drifting fundamental frequencies. Each of these partials can have a different phase. When something is "in-phase" the peaks of each wave come together at zero or 360 degrees. When the peaks of the waves separate in time, the phase can shift between one and 359 degrees of a clock face.

HRT ™ can measure, separate, analyze, and reproduce all of the harmonic partials in a person's voice, not just the fundamentals. In addition, it can maintain the phase relationships of the original voicing. The user is allowed to select the mix of fundamentals and partials to sound in the feedback. This allows the process to "empty out" overstressed frequencies with the fundamentals and "redistribute" the overtones with different mixtures of partials.

5. The main reason phase distribution has not been traditionally used in analysis is because it is not possible to find "zero" phase with the previously available technologies. However, with supercomputer power, and by establishing the phase of the fundamental as the standard of reference, the relative phases of the partials can be determined. Re-assemblage and re-distribution of these phasings enhances the ability to manifest desire from thought, expression, and action...three of the four quadrants of the Manifestation Cycle.

6. Complex signals consist of both real and imaginary components, respectfully...the cosine and sine wave functions, which run at 90º angles of each other. The imaginary sine wave function represents the frequency domain component, which in music terms would relate to the signature of the resounding body of the instrument. The real cosine function represents the exponential time domain amplitude envelope the energy of the frequency rises and falls over time. In music this is called the attack, sustain, release, and decay. Periodic signals contain only attack and decay.

Supercomputing power allows HRT ™ to separate the real and imaginary phases of a person's voice and resolve the difference via Whole-Brain Synchrony. The real components of the partials are routed to the left-brain, whereas the imaginary components are routed to the right brain. This assists the brain in resolving the difference between the two domains through binaural phasing, which results in actualization of potential. The real and imaginary domains (body and spirit) are reassembled (by mind) in the complex domain of whole brain synchrony.

Exposing purified water in a reaction vessel to the real and imaginary components of harmonic series of the Great Diesis causes it to effervesce, vaporize, and purify itself beyond any means of measurement. In other words, it sets itself apart by becoming the agent of its own transformation via unity and purity...the essence of what is defined as...holy. Of course, a human being could not withstand such a fast resolution, as more time is required to purify a lifetime's worth of abuse or neglect. However, with enough effort and the right tools and support, human transformation can be achieved.

7. One of the most critical factors in performing accurate voice analysis is the recording itself. Minimum requirements are a reference quality microphone sampling at least 32,000 times per second in 16 bit mono format. Most voice analysis programs record at 8-16k Hz., which does not provide enough resolution or frequency range to be of therapeutic use. In addition, if the recording is loud enough to "clip" the recorder, false information is obtained in the analysis. Furthermore, it is hard to compare various voicings because of the difference in recording levels. HRT ™ solves these problems by using state of the art recording technology, supercomputer analysis, and by "normalizing" the recording to the individual's voice within the spectral domain. In other words, the highest amplitude partial is established as 100% and all others are placed relative to it. This allows for the determination of normalized magnitude…the total amount of energy currently available.

8. Many of the available voice analyzers have octave distribution grids showing how many times a particular music note sounds over several octaves. Our octave grid encompasses fourteen (14) octaves with each note measured in total magnitude rather than total number of times a particular note sounds. This provides a much more accurate measurement of the total energy in each note. In addition, HRT™ shows the total phasing of each note. Octave distribution has been shown to have significant diagnostic and therapeutic capabilities.

9. Most sound therapy is delivered via mono or stereo channel feedback thru speakers and/or subwoofers. HRT ™ includes six channels of user-designated output so that the feedback can be routed to additional and different sensory receptors, such as visual and vibrotactile. Different but related harmonics can be routed to the various senses.

10. The advanced computing power of HRT ™ allows the aural feedback to be rendered in visual form via a unique and proprietary algorithm that converts the sound vibrations into spectral forms based on Superstring Theory. The resultant complex frequency domain diagrams produce fractal like images that allow the user to witness all their actual and potential energy in dynamic flow.

11. Most voice analysis programs require complex analysis, diagnosis, and "tuning" of separate frequency generators to provide the feedback. HRT ™ provides both the analysis and biofeedback capabilities built into one piece of software. In this way, all frequency, phase, and magnitude relationships are maintained between the voicing and subsequent feedback. Because our software takes automated control of 65,536 individual, phase-coherent frequency generators no "decisions" are required, just user or operator "choice of settings".

12. Other programs include information that can be used to evaluate the harmony and/or coherence in the human voice. The HRT ™ software includes a plethora of data pages that allow for a complete harmonic analysis of any sound (see Interpretations section of the manual).