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

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steven Williams Mar 5, 2011.

 

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Arjopa replied to the discussion 'Can anyone recommend any electronic dance music with overtones in it?'
"If your like Khoomei Throatsinging in Folk Rock & also electronic arrangements try our stuff: http://www.myspace.com/arjopateam And the music of my brother Albert Kuvezin & the Band Yat-Kha: http://www.yat-kha.ru Greetings from…"
Mar 4, 2011
The Gongman replied to the discussion 'Can anyone recommend any electronic dance music with overtones in it?'
"Try this................http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qt2WbfotkU&feature=related and good luck with the composing :)"
Oct 8, 2010
Matt Reece left a comment for 'Marc Miethe'
"Hello Marc, where can I get a copy of your music?"
Oct 7, 2010
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Can anyone recomend 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.See More
Oct 7, 2010
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Welcome Matt Reece!
Sep 30, 2010

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About me:
I started my interest in overtones over 10 years when I started playing Didgeridoo, then I got interested in overtone singing both western and Asian styles. Currently I am learing to playing the Jaw harp and Dan Moi. In the future I plan to buy a Fujara.
As a band we are:
No band yet. Not many people in this part of the world understand overtones yet.
Instruments:
Didgeridoo, hulusi, kalimba and karimba. Xaphoon and jaw harps.
Influences:
Too many to mention.

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