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Study on innovation climate in the area of vocal technique and overtones in voices.

If you are well acquainted in theory and / or practice in vocal technique, harmonics and overtones, I would greatly appreciate if you put i…

Started by Dag Arvid Thelle

0 on Monday

How to teach overtone singing to a choir ...

Stuart Hinds explains in this video how to teach overtone singing to your choir. You will find it actually on Stuart Hinds website stuarth…

Started by Jens Mügge

1 Apr 6, 2018
Reply by Iannis Psallidakos

Invisible Instruments #1 Overtonesinging

Hi there,   I found an instructional video about overtone singing which I believe could be really helpful. The owner of this video - David…

Started by Jens Mügge

2 Sep 4, 2014

'lips, tongue, nose and throat singing'

Does Khoomei actually translate to the throat or the singing? It appears that 'throat singing' is the term westerners bestowed on the form…

Started by Dean Frenkel

8 May 9, 2011

Freeing the Voice by Igor Ezendam

I found this document in the world wide web published by Igor Olivier Ezendam - member of this network and I feel free to paste a widget w…

Started by Jens Mügge

5 Dec 3, 2010

Khoomii (throat singing) lesson by Sundui

Rowan Hartsuiker created a very useful video and added it to YouTube with Khoomii (throat singing) lesson by Sundui. Rowan was so f…

Started by Jens Mügge

0 Aug 31, 2010

Arjuna's concept of Harmonic Fuzion

Arjuna, member of Overtone Music Network, provides on his website www.harmonicfuzion.com his concept of harmonic singing. If you would lik…

Started by Jens Mügge

0 Jul 24, 2010

Have we fear to share?

I know, most of us manage workshops, lectures, private lessons about overtones and voice, and it is right we ask a fee to partecipate. It i…

Started by Marco Tonini

15 Jan 6, 2010
Reply by Steve Sklar

What is the Irritation We Feel When Beginning to Learn Kargyraa and Tibetan Chant?

Greetings friends, We are having this discussion at the khoomei forum and I thought that some of you might find it interesting or benefici…

Started by Steve Sklar

1 Jan 6, 2010
Reply by Javier Nahum

VTDemo

By this app you can understand and look at the vocal tract movements and their audio effects. You can modify the resonance cavities (and f…

Started by Marco Tonini

0 Feb 17, 2009

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Study on innovation climate in the area of vocal technique and overtones in voices.

If you are well acquainted in theory and / or practice in vocal technique, harmonics and overtones, I would greatly appreciate if you put in a little time to answer the questions in this link below. Best wishes Dag Arvid Thelle…See More
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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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