Posted by SlipKid on July 17, 2002 at 00:27:38:
In Reply to: Throat Vibrato posted by Harpghost on July 10, 2002 at 17:23:34:
It seems to me that what actually happens is the airflow is delivered at different pressures (as opposed to different angles) from high to low, which varies the volume that results in a kind of alternating pitch sound. Although it is possible to 'vibrato' the bends, thelower tounge motion is what ultimately causes variations in airflow of the throat vibrato, resulting in the rapid alternating sounds through the harp. As far as I can tell : ).
Hope this helps.
Top notes. -Kid
: Hi everybody,
: I wondering what physically happens when you apply throat vibrato. Are you bending the note at a constant interval of time with your throat?
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