a common space & database for harmonic overtones
Overtone Music Network is a free multifunctional portal and platform for overtone music and for all who enjoy this kind of overtone music. It is for all who are interested in the magic of harmonic, diphonic and overtone music. If you are a member of this network you can improve your contacts to overtone musicians worldwide. As an overtone musician you can share your ideas and conceptions about overtone and harmonic music. If you like this kind of music which contains elements of instruments with a high content of overtones like a didgeridoo, gong, jew's harp, singing-bowl, tambura or other instruments and as well overtone singing, harmonic chant or throat singing getting closer and get in contact with Overtone Music Network. Sign up free and get an own page at this network. Continue
Posted by Bernhard Mikuskovics on November 29, 2016 at 7:41pm
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Posted by Aionigma on August 9, 2016 at 10:00pm
Curious to learn if anyone else has a pre-existing opinion on this:I'm making a record currently with various khomus instruments that are not on standard pitches by tuning sound sources to mathematically derived 'custom' temperaments. The basis of this rests (of course) with a precisely measured fundamental pitch. I'm going to filter the recordings in order to eliminate confusing overtones, I've been doing it 'by ear'.Does anyone else have an opinion on what would be the most effective…Continue
Started by Oscar South in General Topics Jul 9.
Hello everyone!Since instruments such as the igil, doshpuluur, and morin khuur are harder to find, making them more difficult to purchase (and everything is more fun to make) I am curious if anyone has any first-hand experience in constructing one, or something similar?I was thinking about tackling this project sometime in the near future and was hopeful to gain as much insight as possible before advancing. No detail is too small.. If you have any advice or encouragement, I'd love to hear it!I…Continue