How To Throat-Sing
STEP 3: The mouth as a resonator
The characteristic sound of throat-singing actually comes from
strong harmonic resonance in the mouth, which is achieved by
establishing a resonant chamber.
This resonator is made up of the roof of your mouth and your tongue.
Keep the tip of your tongue against the roof of your mouth as
described in the previous step. Then drop the main body of your
tongue to increase the volume above it. The sides of your tongue
should touch your side teeth (molars), forming a seal.
Make the capsule round and airtight so that you can't breath through
Special thanks to Dan.
He not only translated all of these instructions.
Saga J Haruhiko