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Can you make it measure the overtonee

gsames

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Hi,
I'm a physician and musician.  Can you make your fantastic tuner measure the overtune spikes?  I would like to treat people with sound therapy like Sharry Edwards does.  Most people are missing certain frequencies in their voices.  They are also unable to see certain shades of colors.

This would be a great benefit to humanity!

Geoffrey Ames, MD, HMD

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Posted on November 30, 2015 at 5:45 PM
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TonalEnergy

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Re: Can you make it measure the overtonee

Do you mean adding a movable marker in the spectral plot so you can get the exact frequency and levels of the peaks? That is a doable feature. Is there anything specific you had in mind? 

Posted on November 30, 2015 at 6:20 PM

gsames

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Re: Can you make it measure the overtones

It would be great if I could move my Mouse over the peaks and lows to get an overtone read-out of a patient's voice.  Basically this is a "fingerprint" of a person's health status.  Sharry Edwards developed this.  Once one does the sound therapy, many diseases are cured or treated.  Because of the FDA, you cannot make any health claims at all.

Also, I cannot adjust the entire program to do A 432 Hz.  This is an entire subject, but I will say that we are not balanced and healthy at A 440.

Posted on December 01, 2015 at 1:39 AM