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This is cool that you put this on NV; I started researching this about 4 mo.s ago; used to do it as a kid, but didn't know what it was,,, just being a kid. Then, in the past half year, I started noticing more and more Bluegrass artists incorporating it into their music.
It is very base and primitive but almost a universe-produced sound that produces incredible harmonics; who would ever believe that humans could produce multiple notes simultaneously!
Anyway, I think it's very cool; but over time, it is sure to jack up your vocal chords.
I dig both really, it's a kind of relaxation music for me, it grounds me I could say, like pushing your bare feet in the earth on a summer day. The sounds are very human (of course), very tribal in nature and I feel the vibration to my core, trance-like music . I like to explore new stuff, technology is very cool but the first musical instrument surely was the human mouth! We have it here in all it's purity. Of course it's not for everyone heehee.
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