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Renaissance Man - Polyphonic Overtone Singing

I sing the composition 'Renaissance Man', a canon in two voices for one singer composed by Stuart Hinds www.stuarthinds.com - Listen carefully to the harmonic melody and try to follow the overtones in the spectrogram with your eyes as you hear them. This Spectrogram was created with the software Overtone Analyzer www.sygyt.com/ by Bodo Maass and Wolfgang Saus. Enjoy!

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