In our day it's hard to imagine modern research in sophisticated scientific area without use of visual analytics tools. It's become so common for scientists to obtain conclusions about scientific data on base of visual information as for people in their everyday life to make judgments about things on base of what they see. However, humans are able to receive and analyze information about world around them not only through their eyes, but with help of other sensory stimuli as well. Consequently, it would be not reasonable for researches to limit themselves to only one sensory stimuli in their research. In this work we introduce multisensory analytics approach, discuss theoretical issues, introduce main concepts of software tools implementing our approach, describe one of the possible auditory-visual mappings methods for multidimensional scalar fields analyses, that we called "sound matrices" and give practical examples of multidimensional scalar fields analyses.