Audio: sound or wave, especially when recorded, transmitted, or reproduced. Morphosis: the sequence or manner in which an organism or any of its parts changes form or undergoes development.
Audiomorphosis begins with Intonation: In every intention, reference is made to 'intonation', which in its most general sense is 'putting into tone', or, in effect, making music with your mind from your heart. We say that a singer intones a prayer or intention, in that he/she puts the words of the intention into tone. It may be into a a single tone, as a reciting pitch, or into a few pitches, as in a recitation formula, or into many pitches, as in a melody. Sometimes the word 'intonation' is used in a very limited sense as referring to the first pitch, or the first two or three pitches, of the formula or melody. The special quality of intonation is produced by resonance: in dwelling on the same pitch the sound can re-sound: the pulses of the sound or sound waves travelling invisibly through the air can restrike the ear at a constant rate (frequency), reinforcing its effect in a marvelous way. Resonance is basic in many modes of human experience.