The Sound Lady


We all  know that our voices change in different situations. For example, if we are sick, tired or excited, our vocal qualities reflect our current state. It has been noticed that all physical and emotional changes are echoed in the sounds of our voices. Some peoples voices are very calming, some are energizing and some others are irritating to our ears. Could it be we chose our friends based on how they sound to us? Perhaps their voice has a frequency that we are missing.

Human BioAcoustics or the study of human life sounds, as developed by Sharry Edwards, posits that the brain uses the information it receives from the vocal chords and the ear to keep the body in homeostasis. Ms. Edwards has developed a protocol that taps into that feedback loop between the voice, the ear, and the brain. A simple voice recording using a microphone and a computer captures the exact same information that the voice is sending to the brain via the ear and cranial nerves that innervate the vocal chords.

The famous French Audiologist Alfred Tomatis discovered that “The voice produces what the ear hears “.  Dorrine Davis  has published an addendum to the “Tomatis Effect” which adds,  “and the ear emits the same stressed frequencies that are emitted by the voice.” (Davis, 2002). Her research as an audiologist, educator and sound therapist has demonstrated the scientific principles behind the Voice-Ear-Brain Connection. Have you ever heard a high ringing sound in your ears? There are illnesses that will cause your ears to ring, but there are also healthy normal sounds that the ear produces called Spontaneous Otto Acoustic Emissions. These are the sounds that Sharry Edwards with her world famous super hearing abilities hears coming from people. Ms Edwards has created a new BioAcoustic science which correlates the stressed frequencies in a person’s voice to exact frequency equivalents of muscles, vertebrae, biochemical’s, and nutrients. She is able to show relationships between a base frequency and it’s mathematical harmonics as they pertain to the sate of a person’s health.


Read More The State of Your Health Is In The Sound Of Your Voice on page 15 of this issue.