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“Overtone Singing Part 1” | Full Session Q&A with Philippe Hall & Wolfgang Saus

“Overtone Singing Part 1” | Full Session Q&A with Philippe Hall & Wolfgang Saus

187 viewsFeb 1, 2021100ShareSaveSinging Revealed 569 subscribers Watch Philippe Hall & Wolfgang Saus answer questions about overtone singing. Topics discussed include reasons to do overtone singing, tongue/pharynx tuning, the ideal range for overtone singing, frequencies, how overtones made, and much more listed below! A unique opportunity to hear from the world’s leading vocal experts! Missed last week’s Livestream? Subscribe on our website, so you don’t miss another! It’s FREE! https://singingrevealed.com/voice-mas… Stream more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/c/SingingReve… For more info: https://www.singingrevealed.com For our singing resources: https://singingrevealed.com/store FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL ————————————————— Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SingingRevealed Instagram: https://instagram.com/singingrevealed TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@singingrevealed#VocalExperts#SingingLessons#SingingRevealed Topics Discussed in this video: 0:02:17 Q: What are the reasons to do overtone in singing? Is it important to know? Why? 0:03:41 VoceVista, Pitches, Harmonics, Overtones, Frequencies, Resonances, Vowels 0:11:50 Q: Is the left brain and right brain connecting similar in any way to synesthesia? 0:13:50 Polyphonic singing with more than one melody 0:14:47 Hearing/listening skills v singing skills in order to learn overtone singing 0:16:20 Overtone tuning anatomy within: mouth, tongue, pharynx, pharyngeal constrictor epilarynx, hyoid bone, uvula 0:20:30 Can you please distinguish between harmonics and formants when you speak about “frequencies”? (vibration in vocal cords, sound energy, amplifiers, resonance) 0:26:04 Tuning first and second formant 0:27:53 Q: May overtone singing help to improve standard singing? (sound energy, amplification, and loudness/volume) 0:31:40 Sound examples singing “Amen” and choir tuning 0:35:07 Q: Is there a library of recordings we can listen to in order to educate and develop our ears to hear overtones (ear training)? 0:37:50 Q: Does the pitch (fundamental frequency) help to filter the frequencies better/make it easier? Can you repeat what the ideal range is for overtone singing for male voice types and female voice types? 0:43:45 Dolphins and overtone singing 0:48:27 Wavelengths, resonance of wavelengths, perception of sound, room acoustics 0:50:23 Q: When you say “add constriction” in your throat, what do you mean? (narrowing: ventricular folds or false vocal folds, aryepiglottic folds, cartilage, arytenoid cartilage) 0:56:44 Q: Are these overtones created by the sound source or are they generated by a separate energy in the vocal tract? Does the vocal tract generate energy or is it a reflection from the source? 1:04:10 Referencing Ingo Titze on inertance

Natascha’s Dao of Overtone Singing

Natascha’s Dao of Overtone Singing

74,292 viewsSep 18, 200965013ShareSavemingderchung 428 subscribers With this Dao, Overtone Singing is made easy by Natascha Nikeprelevic. A true disciple of Michael Vetter, Natascha revealed in this documentary excerpt the four secret routes to the world of overtones: U – O – A; U – Yu – I; O – er – I; and A – a – ei – I. Yes, with this method everyone can enjoy his/her rich overtones!