Category Archives: multiphonic

Multiphonics – one note at a time

I’ve done a guest post for The Sampler, the UK’S “leading online destination for new music” on writing multiphonics, specifically how to think about writing multiphonics that enter one note at a time. I talk about multiphonics like this one … Continue reading

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multiphonic monday – pitch bending multiphonics (Bb clarinet)

If this post was useful for you, please consider becoming a Patron. For as little as $1 per blog post you can help! First, a couple of general rules for pitch bending on multiphonics: * The highest audible pitch is … Continue reading

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underblown bass clarinet multiphonics

If this post was useful for you, please consider becoming a Patron. For as little as $1 per blog post you can help! Today’s topic is one of the most beautiful bass clarinet multiphonic effects: the underblown multiphonic. Basically, to … Continue reading

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spectral multiphonics for the contrabass clarinet

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spectral multiphonics (bb and bass)

If this post was useful for you, please consider becoming a Patron. For as little as $1 per blog post you can help! The spectral multiphonic: those elephantine sweeps from low fundamentals, easy to play once you’ve got the hang … Continue reading

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