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A multiphonic is an extended technique on a monophonic musical instrument (one that generally produces only one note at a time) in which several notes are produced at once. This includes wind, reed, and brass instruments, as well as the human voice. Multiphonic-like sounds on string instruments, both bowed and hammered, have also been called multiphonics, for lack of better terminology and scarcity of research.

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  • A multiphonic is an extended technique on a monophonic musical instrument (one that generally produces only one note at a time) in which several notes are produced at once. This includes wind, reed, and brass instruments, as well as the human voice. Multiphonic-like sounds on string instruments, both bowed and hammered, have also been called multiphonics, for lack of better terminology and scarcity of research.
  • Il existe trois techniques de multiphonie pour les instruments à vent, et plus particulièrement pour les cuivres, aux résultats très différenciés : * Jouer et chanter simultanément.Cette technique est utilisée par les aborigènes d'Australie depuis plusieurs millénaires dans leur musique traditionnelle (voir le Didgeridoo). La technique, apparue en Occident au XVIIIe siècle, consiste à jouer une note avec l'instrument et à en chanter une autre simultanément pour produire deux sons distincts; le renforcement d'harmoniques particulières permet même d'entendre trois, voire quatre sons.Davantage un effet qu'une multiphonie, le growl est le fait de colorer le son de l'instrument en chantant un son grave guttural.Une autre technique possible et fréquemment utilisée consiste à utiliser des doigté
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