a common space & database for harmonic overtones
Maybe it could be fun and challenging to map some of the frequency bands of the human body - both as an emitter of frequencies and a receiver. It would be great if together we may find some patterns…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Christopher Sep 28, 2010.
It is an interesting experience even thoughthe reverberation room is not designed for beautiful acoustics but to be able to meausure transmission loss of building elements (absorbtion of different materials). It is situated in the Technical University of Denmark, in Lyngby, north of Copenhagen. The surfaces are hard (concrete), and the cones on…Continue
Posted on July 2, 2019 at 2:42pm —
Also Dorian, step II-III; Lydian, step VII-I; Mixolydian, step VI-VII; Aeolian, step V-VI; Locrian, step IV-V & Ionian, step III-IV.
If we should attempt to map the most obvious combinations of fundamental and harmonics in overtone singing, it is essential to find a simple way of illustrating them in sounds and images as…
Posted on November 16, 2017 at 12:38pm —
If you sing within in a modal scale and you want your accentuated harmonics to stay within that framework here is your key diagram.
The smaller, divided circles indicate which harmonics can be accentuated at each step of the modal scales if you want to keep the harmonics within the pattern of the scale.
Intervals from the Harmonic Series:
Posted on October 31, 2017 at 11:30pm —