LINEAR FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION
REAL, IMAGINARY & COMPLEX - FREQUENCY, MAGNITUDE, & PHASE
Frequency distribution reveals the total number and distribution of frequencies. The HRT™ software collects all harmonic frequencies present within an individual’s signature before processing and extracts the harmonic essence. The body is similar to a transceiver. The more frequencies it has, the more channels it can communicate on. These vibrations are the small strings (superstring theory) that are used to weave together the membranes that make up the body.
The more frequencies…the more strings…the more integral the membranes (see the section on living membranes). Frequency distribution is shown as both total number of both real & imaginary partials on the bottom right corner of the control page. In addition, it can be viewed in spectral map form on the linear page, and as bandwidth distribution on the spectral data page, as described below: (to access these pages select data page in the bottom right corner of the control page.
There are two different indicators of frequency distribution:1. Total number of partials
2. Frequency distribution (spectral maps)1.. Total number of partials (bottom right corner of control page).The total number of partials at whole number ratios of the great diesis...an indication of the total frequency distribution or number of channels capable of transmission and/or reception. Shown as the ratio between total real and imaginary partials:
Example (r1786:1864i) = total of 3650 partials at whole number ratios of the great diesis.
2. Frequency distribution FFT map (data page select linear) - Shows how evenly or scattered the frequency distribution is. Ideal appears as a sloping curve with most of the energy in one main octave.
In addition to frequency, the magnitude and phase of each partial is indicated on the graph, along with its real and imaginary phasing. These three acoustic properties are combined and transformed by the HRT process into parametric real & imaginary automatous partials.
From the Control Page, choose Data Page and then click on Linear.
HARMONIC RESOLUTION EVALUATION: LINEAR VIEW (10X)
In the diagram above (Linear Page) it is clear that most of the energy of this spectral map is located in the lowest octave below 175 Hz. This is normal and indicates a coherent voice. Any excess energy in octaves higher than the main grouping indicates mental/emotional stress as shown in the diagram below. Physical stress is indicated when there is excess energy in the octave below the main group as shown in the diagram below the next.
HARMONIC RESOLUTION EVALUATION: MENTAL/EMOTIONAL STRESS