“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

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