a common space & database for harmonic overtones
This is the group for overtone singing in punkrock, techno, daring experiments and crazy shit. Bizarre behaviour and strange stories of overtoners? This is the place to share and enjoy! ...yes, it´s me in the picture.
Latest Activity: Nov 8, 2018
just found this and thought it belongs here...!!!warning - real crazy crowley stuff! do not follow this links if you can´t stay in your own healthy mental focus! never fear the evil! fear is the dark…Continue
Started by Felix Mönnich. Last reply by Gisbert Schürig Feb 19, 2016.
Overtone Singing can be so controversial, uncompromising, ugly, it can have very strange overtones and evoke seriously freaky reactions.Come along with your stuff.And, of course, watch the my page…Continue
Started by Gisbert Schürig. Last reply by Danibal Jan 10, 2016.
Found this on youtube.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPEXEBoh5uoContinue
Started by Detlef Sellenriek Jan 10, 2016.
Cats and Overtones, what else?
New stuff I just recorded.
nice stuff with an igil
Generally, I´m bored by esoteric overtones, but this video is so over the top, it´s just great. I saw Rollin Rachele a few years ago at an overtone festival in Belgium. I was fascinated by his enigmatic presence and this video deepens this fascination.
Thanks for making this.
I found an article by Esa Lilja on
Among other things, it analyzes the 'acoustics of the loud an distorted' - distorted electric guitar sounds, which has a lot to do with the harmonic partials and their combination tones.
It explains the the richness and complexity of the distorted guitar sound and it´s use by bands such as Judas Priest or Black Sabbath.
Because of the complexity of the sound, these bands guitar players mostly use dyads of fith or fourth, because other intervalls cause to much beating - unwanted combination tones.
I noticed similarities between distorted guitar sounds and throat singing before, here comes the academic insight into these matters.
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