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Exercise for male overtone singers.

Fundamental: A= 110 Hz.

The exercise is based on the principles of permutions:

8-9-10; 8-10-9;

9-8-10; 9-10-8;

10-8-9; 10-9-8.

or

Do-re-mi; do-mi-re;

re-do-mi; re-mi-do;

mi-do-re; mi-re-do.

Other material may be applied to the same principles, for example harmonics #4-5-6 (do-mi-so) or the difficulty level may raised by singing permutations of four notes:

a-b-c-d; a-b-d-c; a-c-b-d; a-c-d-b; a-d-b-c; a-d-b-c;

b-a-c-d; b-a-d-c; b-c-a-d; b-c-d-a; b-d-a-c; b-d-c-a;

c-a-b-d; c-a-d-b; c-b-a-d; c-b-d-a; c-d-a-b; c-d-b-a;

d-a-b-c; d-a-c-b; d-b-a-c; d-b-c-a; d-c-a-b; d-c-b-a.

Permutations of 3 notes gives you 6 permutations

Permutations of 4 notes gives you 24 permutations

Permutations of 5 notes gives you 120 permutations

Permutations of 6 notes gives you 720 permutations

Find your own level, pitch and pace!

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