All Videos Tagged series (Overtone Music Network) - Overtone Music Network 2021-07-29T08:49:51Z https://www.overtone.cc/video/video/listTagged?tag=series&rss=yes&xn_auth=no Overtones and Intervals by Bernd Michael Sommer tag:www.overtone.cc,2015-12-28:884327:Video:179797 2015-12-28T15:20:45.273Z Bernd Michael Sommer https://www.overtone.cc/profile/BerndMichaelSommer Overtone singing. Bernd Michael Sommer <a href="http://www.musik-ist-mehr.de">http://www.musik-ist-mehr.de</a> shows you how to sing a part of the overtone series with your normal voice. This helps you to identify the overtones in the overtone series. Featuring the overtone analyzer software by Bodo Maass and Wolfgang Saus.<br></br> <br></br> Obertonsingen. Bernd Michael Sommer von <a href="http://www.musik-ist-mehr.de">http://www.musik-ist-mehr.de</a> singt einen Teil der Obertonreihe mit der… Overtone singing. Bernd Michael Sommer <a href="http://www.musik-ist-mehr.de">http://www.musik-ist-mehr.de</a> shows you how to sing a part of the overtone series with your normal voice. This helps you to identify the overtones in the overtone series. Featuring the overtone analyzer software by Bodo Maass and Wolfgang Saus.<br /> <br /> Obertonsingen. Bernd Michael Sommer von <a href="http://www.musik-ist-mehr.de">http://www.musik-ist-mehr.de</a> singt einen Teil der Obertonreihe mit der "normalen" Stimme. Das hilft dabei, die Obertöne der Obertonreihe zu identifizieren und musikalisch einzusetzen. Die verwendete Software heißt Overtone Analyzer und wurde von Bodo Maass und Wolfgang Saus entwickelt. Harmonic Series Spiral tag:www.overtone.cc,2010-08-10:884327:Video:98284 2010-08-10T06:25:35.550Z Skye Løfvander https://www.overtone.cc/profile/SkyeLoefvander <a href="https://www.overtone.cc/video/harmonic-series-spiral"><br /> <img alt="Thumbnail" height="180" src="https://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/1940728910?profile=original&amp;width=240&amp;height=180" width="240"></img><br /> </a> <br></br><iframe allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="300" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/lWtIwtdSGkg?wmode=opaque" width="533"></iframe> <br></br> A musical animation of the first 16 elements of the harmonic series.<br></br> NB! Most computer speaker systems cannot render the deep tones, so use headphones, but be careful as the volume setting is quite high!<br></br> <br></br> Here the tonal points are… <a href="https://www.overtone.cc/video/harmonic-series-spiral"><br /> <img src="https://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/1940728910?profile=original&amp;width=240&amp;height=180" width="240" height="180" alt="Thumbnail" /><br /> </a><br /><iframe width="533" height="300" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/lWtIwtdSGkg?wmode=opaque" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen=""></iframe> <br /> A musical animation of the first 16 elements of the harmonic series.<br /> NB! Most computer speaker systems cannot render the deep tones, so use headphones, but be careful as the volume setting is quite high!<br /> <br /> Here the tonal points are presented within the frames of an octave spiral structure which illustrates a fundamental principle in music:<br /> The octave is a repetition of an already experienced quality on a new level.<br /> The essence of the graphic spiral is likewise:<br /> <br /> 1-2-4-8 are octaves of the fundamental;<br /> 3-6-12 are octaves of the perfect fifth;<br /> 5-10 are octaves of the just major third etc.<br /> <br /> The number figures are an attempt to develope a natural and intuitive graphic representation of the inherent structure of number based on factorization, here from 1 to 16.<br /> It is not a 'number system' like our base 10/ decimal system (based on the primes 2 and 5) or a sexigesimal system (primes 2, 3 and 5), but an attempt to come close to the essence of the language inherent in the concept of numbers, a language of primes and compounds - arithmethic (and musical) atoms and molecules.<br /> <br /> Proceeding through the spiral no 1-16 the neighbouring intervals grow successively smaller:<br /> 1:2=octave;<br /> 2:3=perfect fifth;<br /> 3:4=perfect fourth;<br /> 4:5=just major third;<br /> 5:6=just minor third;<br /> 6:7=septimal third;<br /> 7:8=septimal second;<br /> 8:9=major wholetone;<br /> 9:10=minor wholetone,....;<br /> 15:16=just halftone.<br /> <br /> The sounds are sine wave tones. Please notice, that this is not common tempered tuning values but frequencies from the harmonic series with a fundamental of C=64 Hz (no. 1).<br /> The other frequencies are multipla of this tone (nx64 Hz).<br /> The tonal axises represent divisions of a tonal circle of 360 degrees = 1200 musical cents.<br /> Example: The 5-10 axis is situated at 115.8 degrees from the vertical axis corresponding to 386 cents (whereas the equaltempered major third measures 400 cents, corresponding to 120 degrees). More to be found (in danish) on <a href="http://www.detspringendepunkt.net">http://www.detspringendepunkt.net</a> Harmonics # 8-9-10, three different exercises tag:www.overtone.cc,2010-03-11:884327:Video:89377 2010-03-11T21:32:54.202Z Skye Løfvander https://www.overtone.cc/profile/SkyeLoefvander <a href="https://www.overtone.cc/video/harmonic-series-spiral"><br /> <img alt="Thumbnail" height="180" src="https://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/1940728910?profile=original&amp;width=240&amp;height=180" width="240"></img><br /> </a> <br></br><iframe allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/R8_PIJ99gD8?wmode=opaque" width="533"></iframe> <br></br> NB! This video refers <a href="http://www.overtone.cc/photo/harmonics-8910?context=user">to an image here on OMN:</a><br></br> <br></br> This overtone singing exercise has its focus at the accentuating of the elements no 8, 9 and 10 from the harmonic… <a href="https://www.overtone.cc/video/harmonic-series-spiral"><br /> <img src="https://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/1940728910?profile=original&amp;width=240&amp;height=180" width="240" height="180" alt="Thumbnail" /><br /> </a><br /><iframe width="533" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/R8_PIJ99gD8?wmode=opaque" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen=""></iframe> <br /> NB! This video refers <a href="http://www.overtone.cc/photo/harmonics-8910?context=user">to an image here on OMN:</a><br /> <br /> This overtone singing exercise has its focus at the accentuating of the elements no 8, 9 and 10 from the harmonic series. The demonstration gives three different ways to do it:<br /> - By using the vowel sounds. Here each element is separated by a [ŋ] sound. The overtones do not stand out very clearly here.<br /> - By overtone technique where the tip of the tongue points the nodes of the relevant overtone near the palate<br /> - Same but here each element is separated by a palatalized n (articulated further back than normal articulation).<br /> The music of the 8-9-10 sequence is the whole tone steps do-re-mi like the first three notes of Frère Jacques/ Are you sleeping.