Singing a chord (3 notes - 1 voice)

Singing a chord (3 notes - 1 voice)

Lalah Hathaway and Snarky Puppy are the bomb(s). Check out their Grammy winning vid "Something" do see her really do this. This is not throat (overtone) singing. I'll show you throat singing if you'd like. This is not it. Still figuring it out, but hey! B Major triad.

polyphonic overtone singing - Anna-Maria Hefele

polyphonic overtone singing - Anna-Maria Hefele

by Anna-Maria Hefele | http://www.anna-maria-hefele.com/ https://www.facebook.com/amoberton sign up for my newsletter! http://bit.ly/1TdxQty ⇊⇊⇊ more info: ⇊⇊⇊ my ensembles! http://www.supersonus.eu - http://www.ladyandcat.com overtone singing is a voice technique where it seems like one person sings two notes at the same time. You can sing the overtone scale on one fundamental. Another fundamental has its own overtone scale, so in order to have more overtones to sing nice melodies, you can use different fundamentals and change them while singing. this video is live, and every human being is capable of learning overtone singing ;) This video is under copyright. feel free to post and embedd the video. no stealing & re uploading on other websites or channels. If you want to buy a license or use a small part of the video for something creative of your own contact me & ask me first via http://anna-maria-hefele.com/contact.html Thanks for showing respect to the creative artist of your choice!!!

How To Sing - Mixed Voice - How to Sing Better

How To Sing -  Mixed Voice - How to Sing Better

Book Singing Lessons with Tyler Here: bookingtylerwysong@gmail.com https://tylerwysongmethod.com/product... Follow us for more free tips and resources. FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/tylerwysongvox/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/tyler.wyson...

Perfect Pitch: The World's Greatest Ear Part 5 - Music Notation!

Perfect Pitch: The World's Greatest Ear Part 5 - Music Notation!

I know you’ve seen the previous videos of my son Dylan demonstrating his highly developed Perfect Pitch abilities but this one I think, is the most impressive. Dylan has been taking piano lessons for over 4 years now but he could not name a single note on the staff until the past 3 weeks. I built him a white board with a grand staff to teach him where the notes are that he is hearing. I had to first explain that he needed to know the octave of a note (every note has 8 octaves) to be able to notate it in the correctly on the staff. The difficulty of recognizing the correct octave of a note, even with perfect pitch, makes this uniquely more difficult to accomplish. In just 3 weeks he has gone from not knowing any notes on the staff to being able to notate extremely complex chords like the double polychord at 1:25. Imagine the possibilities for sight reading and score reading by being able to do this. This is why I always stress the importance of ear training here on my Everything Music YouTube channel. If you haven’t seen the other videos: Video 1 https://youtu.be/t3Cb1qwCUvI Video 2 https://youtu.be/WhLNXXxbfNA Video 3 https://youtu.be/VtQqLcLAakY (It says video 4 because I mislabeled it originally) Video 4 https://youtu.be/OrSHnYN2RDU If you’re wondering how Dylan learned to do this, I began playing him what I call High Information Music daily from the time he was 5 months prenatal until he was 2. The system I developed is called Nuryl. If you are pregnant or have a baby under 2 years old I highly recommend you go to https://www.nuryl.com to find out more. There is also a high level of music theory involved in what Dylan is doing here. The videos that I have been making here for the past 5 months are the exact same concepts that I’ve been teaching Dylan since he was old enough to understand. Please LIKE and SHARE! As always, thank you for subscribing to my channel. If you have any suggestions for future videos or just have questions about anything I have discussed in my videos, please leave me a comment here. Links To Follow: If you are interested in purchasing The Beato Book click here: https://rickbeato.com/products/the-beato-book If you would like to support my video creation, you can hit the SUPPORT button on the sidebar of my main page YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/RickBeato Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/rickbeatoproduction/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rickbeato1/ Twitter - @rickbeato www.rickbeato.com

Seven Styles of Overtone Singing (Tuvan Throat Singing)

Seven Styles of Overtone Singing (Tuvan Throat Singing)

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-me-machine/id1080196584# https://play.spotify.com/artist/4WUdpqt3Bru1VbKf9sILM8 Alexander Glenfield demonstrates seven styles of overtone singing. Now offering SKYPE lessons to the world! Email or message to inquire. In one session, learn all you need to know to start your own overtone-singing practice! For answers to questions and TIPS ON HOW TO SING OVERTONES please visit OVERTONE SINGING: THE MUSIC OF SOUND www.alexanderglenfield.blogspot.com Please note that the melodies, rhythms, and meters used in these examples deviate from the traditional styles of khoomei in Tuva. I've made them all up and taught myself. I give a 90 minute SKYPE session that gives you all you need to know to produce any kind of overtone singing or throat singing. Moreover, by seeing and hearing you on SKYPE I can help determine the best practice for your voice and whole physiology so that you can learn safely and continue to practice independently. In other words, I design a method specifically for you. This overtone-singing method is the result of my doctoral research on the topic coupled with eight months of field research in Tuva, Mongolia, and other lesser known parts of Central Asia. I ask for 75 US dollars paid through PAYPAL or Money Order. This amount covers the 90 minute session FOR THE FIRST SESSION ONLY, and all subsequent sessions are 60 US dollars per hour. CANCELLATIONS AND NO-SHOWS INCREASE THE LESSON COST TO $80 US DOLLARS. In each lesson, I focus on the needs and goals of the student, and many sessions involve much more than just overtone singing in various styles. Lessons with some students evolve to include topics such as meditation, self-hypnosis, yogic breathing, trance and altered state induction, intuitive counselling, as well as all manner of sonic healing, learning, and enhancement. Should you wish to proceed with a session, send word to my personal email address and then make a contact request through SKYPE to “Alexander Glenfield” or “mindcaptain.” However, as SKYPE is an unreliable interface for message exchange, please continue to direct all further communications to my personal email address: alexglenfield@hotmail.com Most of the year, I am on GMT - 4:00, or Eastern Standard Time, and mainly have lesson times available weekends at varying times and weekdays after 4 p.m. MY TIME. After scheduling a lesson time, please be sure that you have adequate equipment and know how to use it. Test your computer, camera, audio, and internet connection by making a video call with a friend. Please be sure to download A RECENT version of SKYPE (it’s free) to allow for the SCREEN SHARING feature, as the interactivity of the lesson depends on your seeing my screen. You are welcome to record the lesson in any way you wish so long as it is for your purposes only, and I do not even need to ask for “no uploads” of those recordings, as each session is a unique interaction between you and I and would be, in most lessons, of no use to another individual. Few students ever revisit their recordings of lessons, as the most important aspects of the lesson are implanted into physiological memory; in other words, learned by heart. To the heart, and from the heart, I teach. With open ears, Alex

How to Sing Riffs and Runs - ANYBODY can get this! Part 1

How to Sing Riffs and Runs - ANYBODY can get this! Part 1

Paul McKay's program, click the link: https://www.udemy.com/vocal-boot-camp-riffs-and-runs/?couponCode=YT_Pop_1_Riffs_and_Runs Numbers indicate SEQUENCE not scale degrees!

Lalah Hathaway mic toss Kim Burrell tribute.webm

Lalah Hathaway mic toss Kim Burrell tribute.webm

How To Sing High Notes Without Straining

How To Sing High Notes Without Straining

http://www.become-a-singing-master.com/how-to-sing-high.html In this video vocal coach Roger Burnley teaches you how to sing high notes without straining. This will help you become a much more dynamic and exciting singer!

How to learn throat singing at home

How to learn throat singing at home

https://www.udemy.com/find-your-voice-of-nature/?couponCode=SALE_YOU3 - throat singing master class. This master class will help you to learn tuvan throat singing at home. If you get this lessons you also get free Skype lesson with me. Italian version - https://www.udemy.com/anto-di-gola-trova-la-tua-voce-della-natura/?couponCode=GRAZIE_ITALIA

Austria: Sing two notes at once? Well this woman can..

Austria: Sing two notes at once? Well this woman can..

Video ID: 20141009-059 M/S Anna-Maria Hefele M/S Anna-Maria Hefele singing M/S Anna-Maria Hefele singing M/S Anna-Maria Hefele sitting down SOT Anna-Maria Hefele (in English): "I train this technique with the vowels, so with vowel transition from 'o' to 'e' and backwards, on one long note and it sounds like..(sings). Then there are the overtones coming, and then there is another technique, like an American 'r', and when you practice this the overtones get louder." M/S Anna-Maria Hefele sat down M/S Anna-Maria Hefele singing M/S Pond SOT Anna-Maria Hefele (in English): "Everyone can learn overtone singing, and it's not so hard to produce overtones and to hear them, but it's hard to get them very loud." M/S Anna-Maria Hefele walking into room M/S Anna-Maria Hefele singing M/S Anna-Maria Hefele singing C/U Anna-Maria Hefele singing M/S Anna-Maria Hefele sat in garden M/S Anna-Maria Hefele sat in garden C/U Anna-Maria Hefele singing SOT Anna-Maria Hefele (in English): "Overtone singing is traditional music in Mongolia and Tuva, and there's also the western overtone singing style and this developed since 1968." C/U Anna-Maria Hefele singing M/S Anna-Maria Hefele singing W/S Salzburg SCRIPT While most people find it difficult enough to hold one note, German musician Anna-Maria Hefele can sing two at the same time, using a technique called polyphonic overtone singing, also known as throat singing. Currently running a workshop in Salzburg, where she will teach her technique to ambitious vocalists, Hefele says that, "everyone can learn overtone singing, and it's not so hard to produce overtones". A classically trained singer who also plays instruments such as the harp, mandolin, piano, didgeridoo and Schwegal, Hefele has been studying the method since 2005. The singing technique is originally from Mongolia and Tuva, and eventually spread to Europe in 1968 through German vocal ensemble Collegium Vocale Koln. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Google Plus: http://google.com/+RuptlyTV Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv

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