Overtone Music Network

a common space & database for harmonic overtones

Chris Bieze's Groups (3)

  • Overtone Singing Techniques

    102 members Latest Activity: Sep 4 There are many ways to produce vocal overtones. It depends by the structure of our vocal tract - tongue, cavities, ... - and our sensitiveness. We…

  • Sound and Resonance at Power Places

    57 members Latest Activity: Apr 19 There are places with special energies, often anciently used as cult places or for healing. Accupunctural points of our planet. Some of these places…

  • Software and Vocal Analysis

    55 members Latest Activity: Sep 4 Software for sonograms, spectrograms, formants, overtones manipulation. How is important the electronic process in your music?

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Harmonic Introductions is now in contact with Jens Mügge
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Cora Krötz is now in contact with Christopher Vila Monasterio
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Christopher Vila Monasterio posted a video

Guimbarde et cosmicbow (JCP) ☼

Denis à la guimbarde, Nathalie au bâton de pluie, Christopher au cosmicbow, et Olivier (allias Joss Randall) à la caméra ! Et avec l'aimable et indéfectible ...
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Harmonic Introductions updated their profile
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Harmonic Introductions posted an event
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Overtone Singing Workshop, led by Rollin Rachele (Washington D.C.) at The Small' Residence

December 13, 2014 from 10am to 4pm
Harmonic Introductions is proud to host an Overtone Singing Workshop, led by world-renowned…See More
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Wolfgang Saus posted a video

Pachelbel's Canon - Polyphonic Overtone Singing

Wolfgang Saus sings two melodies at the same time: bass & soprano of Pachelbel's Canon simultaneously. It's a short demonstration of polyphonic overtone sing...
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Jonathan Cope posted a status
"M new overtone singing course on Udemy: For a discounted price of just $45 use coupon code FBdirectOT http://tinyurl.com/poaeug3"
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Skye Løfvander posted videos
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