overtone singing- lesson 3: filtering the overtones by Anna-Maria Hefele

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next step in overtone singing technique- the very important basic in getting strong overtones. It requires quite some practise, but it’s important to work on that.

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33 thoughts on “overtone singing- lesson 3: filtering the overtones by Anna-Maria Hefele”

  1. So the tip if the tongue rests on the underlip in order to train the back
    part of the tongue? I experienced some clear result by letting the tip rest
    on the back part of my upper teeth. Which one is more useful or does it
    depend on the register? I would love to hear/read an answer to tha 🙂 thank
    you, your lessons are very helpful indeed :)

  2. Thank you for the latest video. I’ve been looking forward to the next
    installment. I’ve heard many other demonstrations of overtone singing, and
    so far you are the best at, as you say, “filtering” the overtone so it
    really rings clearly. I’ve introduced your most popular video to many
    people. Your demonstration is really thorough, and your explanations are
    easy to understand.

    Thanks again!

  3. This is sooooo cooolllll !!!! I had been waiting forward for this lesson so
    long :))) thank you sooooo much for teaching , Ana !

  4. As a curious singer trying to figure out the mechanics of this, this was an
    “Ohhhh” moment for me. Thank you! I’ll be playing with this! :D

  5. Hey! This is something that I’ve been playing around with for a couple
    years.. .but seeing you do it freaking awesome! Thanks for the tips!
    You’re great.

  6. When you do that, does the air come come out of your nose and mouth or just
    mouth. Please let me know I can’t get the overtone sound properly.
    Thank you 

  7. I recently went into the recording studio where I had naturally actually
    doubled my voice it was only 4 0r five words,the producer was tripping out
    and scrubbed that vocal track also I have recorded with a open air mic
    where it sounded Like I was singing high and low at the same time,I was not
    tiring to do this it just happens..I would like to master this which is why
    I happened here..Thank you.

  8. Thanks for this vid,it really helps,except that,in your video,it seems to
    me that your ovetone when adjusting the tongue is louder than mine,I
    practically have to strain to hear it.The tone is way louder than the
    overtone. Is that normal?And also where do you suggest a good place so that
    the overtone is louder than the constant note??

  9. for some reason, i feel like i can hear the overtones in my head just
    slightly, but my sister says they’re not there, am i hallucinating?

  10. I have allot of trouble with this step! I cant do oui uio because I seem to
    use the front to make the overtone notes…
    do you have any more tips and tricks?

  11. I really have no idea what I should be doing with my tongue. I can produce
    reasonably loud overtones but I really feel like it is done with the front
    part of my tongue, trying to do the same with the back part of my tongue
    has not resulted in any clear overtones whatever I try.

  12. If the best key for you turns out to be E major, then you just tell the musicians that you sing London Bridge? in E. It’s that simple.

  13. We finish the typical 3-4 minute session with them recording themselves singing a song, to play for the person who told them they couldn’t / shouldn’t sing.

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