i first heard about overtone singing in, well, yes, school, around 1995 or so - some tibetan monks chanting and i guess some singers from tuva and i was overwhelmed by that, since it reminded me of the sound of self-resonating low-pass filters on analogue synths i was already addicted to. inspired by a friend who really dug it, i began to sing on my own a few years later. these days i joined SONG, skånes overtone singing association. in my dayjob, i do research on brain frequencies and psychological processes.
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Med syngende vingefjer og skrigende halse flyver fem svaner (+ Åland, Grønland & Færøerne) på opdagelse i overtoners univers. Sigtet er det samme som det overordnede netværk men sproget skandinavisk og fokus på nordiske temaer og begivenheder.
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