Community Guests offered a preliminary analysis.

Compliments of the Sound Health Portal Team!


We wish to help you discover the power of BioAcoustic Biology & Sound Health.

To help us do that, please keep in mind:

  • Voice Sample quality is completely up to you. Watch the video below to prepare accurate voice files.
  • The Form can be submitted with your voice files, only once.
  • Do your best to capture a quality voice sample for better analysis.
  • Two voice files are suggested. 

How do I do this?

  1. Join the Sound Health Community for free.
  2. Use a good USB microphone that plugs into your computer.
  3. Watch the video below on suggested Recording Practices.
  4. Record and Download two 30-40 second recordings of your voice.
  5. Upload your voice files using the form at the bottom of this page.

Then what?

  1. Results will be sent to your email.
  2. You may wish to invite a Sound Health Provider to run a closer scan on your voice samples.

Note: Once a voice file is uploaded, your voice sample is completely inaudible.

Access a Microphone

Sound Health recommends a number of microphones for capturing a quality voice print. Click the "Shop" button to view a selection of approved budget oriented microphones.

The Samson Go Mic is a popular choice.

Best Recording Practices

GIGO: Garbage in, garbage out.
The microphone and how to use it is probably the most variable yet critical link between your voice and final results. This video presents how to capture voice samples.


Record Your Voice  (NO Counting   NO Singing   NO Reading)

Create TWO voice samples 30-40 seconds each, MONO not Stereo.

Speak Normally    Minimize Pauses    Record in a Quiet Space

Click on the Upload Voice Files link below to send downloaded recordings for analysis.

Join the Community to upload voice files.