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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


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Octave Glissando - Voice and Ear Exercise

Posted by Skye Løfvander on November 18, 2014 at 12:00pm

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Posted by Julia Renöckl on October 23, 2014 at 10:00pm

Basic Situations in Overtone Singing

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The Harmonic Crown

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432 tuning fork 47 Replies

On a facebook group we are debating about thia question (search IL diapason... "LA" a 432hz): there is a theory (Ananda Bosman and others) that suggest to reduce the 440 frequency of the tuning fork to 432 Hz.In my opinion it would be right to reduce the tuning fork frequency but it is a nonsense the number 432; you know what is the Hertz unit, it is in relation with the "second" time unit. If this time unit was more or less than the actual, the theory (and others) would be a poor bluff.What do…Continue

Tags: audio, fork, tuning, frequency, hertz

Started by Marco Tonini in Instruments. Last reply by Skye Løfvander Apr 8.

Hall of Fame? 23 Replies

So... if there was a Throat-singing/Overtone singing Hall of Fame, who should be in it, and why?(I mean besides Arthur Miles)Continue

Started by Steve Sklar in General Topics. Last reply by 1x2nbseym7ijt Sep 4, 2010.

 
 
 

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