How to Use NanoVoice, Sharry Edwards’ Amazing Personality Profiling Software, Part 3


By Jill Mattson | Jill's Wings of Light 


There are multifaceted uses of the nanoVoice. You can create a “nanovoiceprint” before and after you take a medication and observe changes in the pitches in your voice. Does the medicine balance and harmonize tones?

If not, rethink taking it. You can also conduct experiments, noting the impact of certain foods on our voice. If our body needs the food, our voice coherence will approve. (Voice coherence is shown when each bar graph is similar in size or is about the same intensity.)  Lack of balance in our voice reveals that our body does not want the nourishment offered.

While recording and talking about or touching a food to which we suspect we may have an allergy, the voiceprint will reveal a significant increase or decrease of balance (balance is shown when all pitches have a bar graph of a similar size). If touching the suspected food, creates lack of balance in your voice print, perhaps you have an allergy to it or your body does not need this food item now.

Finally, if our voiceprint characteristically displays a missing frequency, we can sing or listen to the absent tone and recheck the impact of our sonic remedy. We can harmonize ourselves on many levels by simply singing the right notes.

Sharry told this fascinating story. In a class on perceptions, during a role-playing exercise, students divided into two groups. One group told the truth and the other team intentionally lied. Without knowing who was is each group, Sharry could readily “hear” with her clairaudience and extra developed sense of hearing, which students were telling the truth. This piqued her curiosity; she then reviewed the voiceprints of the truth tellers and of those who intentionally lied, noting the balanced presence of A# and E pitches when one spoke truthfully and the absence or an imbalance of these pitches when one lied. For example, in a 45-second voice recording, a person hit each note an average of 42 times. If a person hits the note of A# 80 times and the note of E is registered 20 times, this would indicate that the person providing the voiceprint is not in bioacoustic balance. The bars, representing these two pitches, will be relatively equal in size when in balance. (The numbers above the bars give the number of hits for each pitch in the musical scale.)

After further experimentation, Sharry realized that the A# and E pitches were absent in other situations, too – such as when one avoided underlying uncomfortable feelings or discussed a topic that carried significant uncertainty or fear – just as was the case when the speaker intentionally lied. The absence of the pitches A# and E, or their imbalances, are linked to a state of denial – which we may or may not be aware of.

Here is an example of how we can learn from the presence/balance of A# and E:

Susan is considering an important life change to return to college. Utilizing the nanoVoice, she recorded her voiceprint while talking about college and neither E nor A# pitches were present, reflecting on her decision to return to school. Without understanding why, she may have procrastinated about the return to school. If Susan was serious about returning to college, she needed to delve deeper into her feelings to identify and resolve those issues.

Susan admitted that she worried about driving her kids to school and getting to her classes on time, because of the distances involved. To resolve the conflict Susan moved so that she would be closer to her children's school and college. Only after this move did the balanced A# and E pitches reappear in Susan's voiceprint while she discussed her return to college. It seems that, on a deep level, her body knew her indecision and it was recorded in her voice!

Have fun experimenting with this free software at!

* This article is printed in its entirety with permission of the author and was originally entitled: “More Uses of the Nanovoice”

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Robert O’Leary, JD BARA, has had an abiding interest in alternative health products & modalities since the early 1970’s & he has seen how they have made people go from lacking health to vibrant health. He became an attorney, singer-songwriter, martial artist & father along the way and brings that experience to his practice as a BioAcoustic Soundhealth Practitioner, under the tutelage of the award-winning founder of BioAcoustic Biology, Sharry Edwards, whose Institute of BioAcoustic Biology has now been serving clients for 30 years with a non-invasive & safe integrative modality that supports the body’s ability to self-heal using the power of the human voice. Robert brings this modality to serve clients in Greater Springfield (MA), New England & “virtually” the world, with his website. He can also be reached at

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