The investigator uses a non-invasive methodology basedon a synchronous recording of voice, laryngographicsignal and subglottal resonance on 2 ‘European’overtone singers and 2 ‘Siberian’ semi-professionalthroat singers. For the upper registers of throat singing an extremely short contacting phase was obtained and SQseems to be appropriate to distinguish between both phonation types. Lower registers share doublet and triplet waveform patterns, but differ significantly in jitter and shimmer rates (j < 0.1; sh < 0.15 for ThS). Other findings are a narrowed bandwidth of a dominant F2 and an ostinato formant between F3 and F4, which are remarkable for all throat singing styles
Overtones, Pt. 1 (On Lower Key-Note) by Michael Vetter
390 views•Aug 29, 2019 90ShareSaveMichael Vetter – Topic 44 subscribers Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Overtones, Pt. 1 (On Lower Key-Note) · Michael Vetter Overtones. Voice & Tambura ℗ 1984 Wergo Released on: 1985-01-01 Auto-generated by YouTube.
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