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Joe Pancheri
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  • Cincinnati, OH
  • United States
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Joe Pancheri commented on the blog post 'New to throat singing. Blog for progress'
"@Jens Thank you for the information. Yes, that is the group I found : ) I have gotten a lot of useful information from the members. I will look into a skype lesson, I never really thought of that. I wrote an email to my local colleges school of…"
Dec 4, 2010
The Gongman commented on the blog post 'New to throat singing. Blog for progress'
"Stop playing music in your car......turn it off....radio,CD,whatever.Listen to the engine,sing with it,and you have control over the pitch.....and the tyres,they make a background tone too."
Dec 4, 2010
Jens commented on the blog post 'New to throat singing. Blog for progress'
"Hey Joe, welcome to the world of overtones! Nicolas started in January 2010 a beginner's dairy. I think you know Steve's website khoomei.com/forum - you can find there some helpful discussions how to learn throatsinging. I checked your…"
Dec 3, 2010
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New to throat singing. Blog for progress

Hello, my name is Joe and after many half attempts, I'm now learning Khoomei. Also, I do not blog so don't expect much out of this. This is to help me keep on track and maybe get some outside help.There doesn't seem to be any throat singers where I live so I must do this entirely without physical help. So far there have been many people helping me in the Khoomei yahoo group and that has been a huge help.My progress thus far: I'm not sure what to think about my current situation. When doing…See More
Dec 3, 2010
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Overtone Singing Techniques

There are many ways to produce vocal overtones. It depends by the structure of our vocal tract - tongue, cavities, ... - and our sensitiveness. We could explain our technique here.
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Nov 22, 2010

Profile Information

About me:
I am new to overtone singing and ll it entails.
Hopefully with resources like this, I will be able to make the most out of my practice.
Instruments:
I play the didgeridoo, Ocarina, concertina, and harmonica.
I also used to play guitar and trumpet but have long since forgotten how : )
Influences:
The love of music

Joe Pancheri's Blog News

Throat singing sound without droning noise

It has been a while but work, school, and a full house keeps me from being able to advance too quickly.
However, I have started to be able to produce a very clear Sygyt. It is hard to control the tone it makes but just being able to hear it is making me happy.

I still need to figure out how the people in my throat singing cd's can make this sound almost completely without the droning noise that comes with it. *other than a lot of practice :P *

Posted on January 18, 2011 at 9:00pm —

New to throat singing. Blog for progress

Hello, my name is Joe and after many half attempts, I'm now learning Khoomei. Also, I do not blog so don't expect much out of this. This is to help me keep on track and maybe get some outside help.



There doesn't seem to be any throat singers where I live so I must do this entirely without physical help. So far there have been many people helping me in the Khoomei yahoo group and that has been a huge help.



My progress thus far: I'm not sure what to think about my current… Continue

Posted on December 3, 2010 at 8:18pm — — 3 Comments

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