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Can anyone recommend any electronic dance music with overtones in it?

Can any one recommend any electronic dance music that has overtone singing, fujara, jaw harp or didgeridoo in it. I  am looking for inspiration to create an album in the future. Also does anybody create this type of music curently and if you do I would like to know how you go about composing it.

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Try this ..............

and good luck with the composing :)
... listen Grond and Laerwo by Alien Voices or Kolja Simon and Felix Mönnich. Another musician here in this network: Anamaneh - and there are some more ... but find them by yourself.

About your question how to compose it check out this video and follow this hint.

Good luck and it would be nice if you could please upload a profile picture to your account
that we can see who you are. Thanks, Jens
If your like Khoomei Throatsinging in Folk Rock & also electronic arrangements
try our stuff:
http://www.myspace.com/arjopateam

And,off course, the music of my brother Albert Kuvezin & the Band Yat-Kha:
http://www.yat-kha.ru

http://www.myspace.com/kuvezin
http://www.myspace.com/albertkuvezinyk
Greetings from Berlin!
Arjopa & The Master U-like
Hi,
Sehe auch Karmacoma von Massive Attack.
lg
Steven

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