Tuvan overtone singing, also known as polyphonic singing or throat singing, is a vocal technique that creates two different tones through the resonance created by the airflow of sound through the lungs, throat, and mouth.
How it's done
- Sing and elongate the letter 'e' in your singing voice
- Transition from the 'ee' sound to an 'ooh' sound, changing your mouth position
- Pull your tongue back to the back of your throat to create more space and will amplify the overtone
- Reposition your tongue while singing the 'ee' to 'ooh' to find the sweet spot and you hear the overtone sound
- Continue changing your mouth positions and the position of your tongue to hit different overtone notes