John Stuart Reid


John Stuart Reid is an English acoustics engineer, scientist and inventor. He has studied the world of sound for over 30 years and speaks extensively on his research findings to audiences throughout the United States and the United Kingdom. Inventor of the CymaScope Pro, John’s work is inspired by acoustic pioneers, Ernst Chladni, Mary D. Waller and Hans Jenny and has taken their findings to a new level. His primary interests lie in investigating sound as a formative force and discovering why sound heals. 

 John Stuart Reid is an acoustic physics researcher. He has studied the physics of sound for four decades and is a respected authority in the field of cymatics. He is one of only two people to have studied the acoustics of the Great Pyramid and in 1997 he conducted a series of ground-breaking experiments in the pyramid’s King’s Chamber which led him to invent the CymaScope instrument, a new type of device that makes sound visible. Having experienced a significant healing of his lower back during his acoustics study of the Great Pyramid he began research into the field of sound healing, which continues to the present day.