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Dear Overtone Singers around the world,

You are invitated to submit excerpts of your overtone singing and
BECOME PART OF HARMONIC HISTORY.

You can be one of many stars of a compilation DVD devoted to harmonic singing, overtone singing, undertone singing and throat singing.

This dvd is currently being compiled featuring multiple excerpts of people overtone singing. It is hoped that many of the world's best overtone singers will be featured in this.

This DVD will be given away as an insert with every sale of a new book soon to be published: the Bonsai Book of Overtone Singing.

Already a number of 10-15 seconds excerpts have been compiled - all with permission.

It will be assumed that those who submit their video excerpts are giving their approval to be featured on the DVD. Please note that there will be no royalties payable to contributors.

Guidelines:
MP4 format is acceptable. People are invited to make a number of submissions. It is recommended 15-20 seconds per item. Most submissions will be solo efforts, but group efforts will be accepted.
Please email submissions to magicsounds@mac.com and please don't wait too long before sending.

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Hi Dean,
it is very interesting, so people have to send only 1 email to magicsounds@mac.com, or more?
Only MP4 videos?
Hi Marco,

Good questions - I'm just starting this so I'll learn some answers as things develop. At the moment I'm confident of working with MP4s but if they work in other formats then fine. One email is fine and so is more. I look forward to seeing your entry/ies.
Ok Dean,
sorry for my questions but they can be useful for all:

does exist a text/rule for submissions, a particular form, or writing about interesting will be enough?
For example: Hi, I am .... and I am interested to send to you my video clip for the Bonsai Book of Overtone Singing project.

Is it right?

Thanks
Excellent question : No need for formalities but some biographical text would help. I hope to have peoples' names subtitled before or along with the clips and some brief explanation re their effort. Thanks Marco
You are writing it is recommended 15-20 sec per item. So have a look and an ear to this this and this draft
Dear Jens,

Thank you for submitting to my overtone dvd. I am very impressed with your overtone skills. Your excerpts will be excellent for my dvd.

Best, Dean
These are only drafts! Actually I am looking for a resonance room - maybe this room will be okay for my own demands. What about the time. Will be a 28 sec version okay? - it is really less time to show some variations of my overtone singing style. i will add new attachments if I have recorded some other versions.
Why don't you submit more than one 28 sec version? I enjoy your singing - your heart comes through.
Dean, you mean you would like that I submit a 6 min clip? You have written: "It is recommended 15-20 seconds per item. Most submissions will be solo efforts ..." - what do you mean with "15-20 seconds per item" ?
Not a 6 min clip. The 15-20 sec per item is a suggested guide. 28 secs is perfectly fine.
Dearest Dean, for my taste I think that a 15-20 sec clip is too short. You can sing with one breath more than 50 sec - so with 15-20 or 28 sec artists can say only "Hello friends and watcher of this video, I hope you are fine. Enjoy my overtone singing by visiting my website at www. ...

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