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hey, you did an article about undertones on the violin. why not one about overtones with the voice?
do a search for multi-harmonic singing.
using overtones, you can essentially sing 4 notes at a time. One drone-like bass note, another note an octave up from the bass note, then add a note through your nose which is like a normal singing voice, then add a whistle-like note on the top (though it isnt whistling with the tongue).
Its weird, and makes a sound similar to the bag pipes, but with your mouth!