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Scott Peterson
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About me:
Scott Peterson throat sings, plays double bass, Tuvan igil, and leads a weird and wonderful band called Prince Enoki's Insect Orchestra. After accidentally discovering how to throat sing in a shaman's hut in Peru, he travelled to the Republic of Tuva in Siberia to study with master throat singer Sergei Ondar.
Instruments:
Bass, Igil, Mbira, Mouth Harp
Influences:
OM
Homepage:
http://www.chanceformation.com

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Toronto International Film Festival

Thrilled to see this movie, coming out this month at Toronto International Film Festival. Wonderful score composed by Jonathan Goldsmith, featuring throat singing and Tuvan Instruments by me!

http://www.cinelou.com/burn-your-maps.html

Posted on September 3, 2016 at 8:30am —

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At 8:45am on September 3, 2016, Patrick Housby said…

Way cool, thanks so much for the tips! I'll be in touch and let's maybe remotely corroborate on some jam sometime maybe? I'm no producer/mixer, but I can send you some samples.

Best,

Patrick

At 11:25am on September 1, 2016, Patrick Housby said…

I definitely dig your style man. Hope I can find a new harp as good as yours, I am definitely in need of an upgrade. Don't know if I can make my way to Tuva to get a sweet xomus like you have, but that isn't out of the realm of possibilities! I have actually been thinking more and more of doing a trip there. Not sure how difficult of a journey it really is however. What was your trip like?

Thanks

At 9:21am on August 31, 2016, Patrick Housby said…

I really liked the Jew's harp in "Doc Dunn" as well. What sort of harp were you using there?

At 9:07am on August 31, 2016, Patrick Housby said…

Hey Scott,

Thanks for sharing the video of "Santa Maria" to answer that question. A stand up bass man eh? Way cool. And for the throatsinging I was imagining a frog amidst an evening pond from your usage in the song so I liked it very much. Such a large group to work with. How do you guys keep the collaboration equitable?

Cheers,

Patrick

At 5:32pm on August 30, 2016, Patrick Housby said…

Hello Scott,
I love the bio section, we definitely share some interests. How do you incorporate the throat singing into your band's music? Got a sample? Looks like your homepage link is broken..

Best,

Patrick

 
 
 

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