VPA System

VOICEPRINT ANALYSIS

VPA offers you a very advanced and user‐friendly software program for voice analysis. Based on a voice
recording VPA can make an elaborate analysis of the person behind the voice: A voiceprint.
Just as each person, each fingerprint and each retinal scan is unique, so is each voiceprint. Because of this a recording of your voice can offer insight into your personal emotional and physical state of being.
The VPA software for voice analysis makes a brief recording of your voice. Through this recording VPA automatically creates an extensive analysis. In this analysis powerful traits as well as blockages are found. Subsequently these are shown in instantly applicable easy-to-use overviews. The analysis based on your voice offers a unique insight into your personality. VPA will provide you with this insight within just a few minutes.
VPA is firmly rooted in worldwide scientific research (including Germany, the Netherlands, Finland and the United States of America). The results from these studies have allowed VPA to connect vocal vibrations to emotions, brain areas and brainwaves. We define vibrations that vary in strength or tone from the base of one’s voice as “triggers”.
The voice has millions of triggers and of these VPA has mapped out 3000 key triggers. These 3000 triggers form the basis for the VPA software for voice analysis.

The frequency and even the combination of the different triggers creates a unique personal result. VPA only needs 480 of the 3000 triggers to build a single voiceprint and arrive at this result. These triggers are filtered from the voice in a brief sound recording.
Since each person and therefore also each voice is different, the required length of the voice recording can vary slightly. In general a voice recording will take about two minutes.
During the recording the user can obtain an even more extensive insight, as the emotions of the speaker are shown in a “live” stream of emoticons. With this the user has a direct insight into the emotions that are experienced by the speaker during the recording.
VPA is not influenced by the meaning of the words that are spoken, but by the emotions that the speaker has while uttering them. Because of this even the language used in the recording is of no importance. This makes the VPA software for voice analysis language‐independent. At the moment the VPA program itself is available in two languages: English and Dutch.
In the on‐screen presentation even the difference between basic emotions and the emotions that are present at the moment of the recording is visible. And all this based on a two‐minute recording of your voice!

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