Can solo singing have harmony?
Can a solo singer who’s just singing with no background instruments, music, sounds, etc, literally just their voice, have harmony?
- Tony BLv 79 months ago
Not if they are singing in the normal way. Ordinary singing can only produce one note at a time.
There may be some type of “ethnic singing” (sorry, don't know what other term to use) where people can produce some kind of drone whilst singing over the top. I really can't see how that could physically be done though. I have heard performers produce sounds vocally that to me were impossible! Clearly they weren't.
- 9 months ago
"Harmony; in music, the sound of two or more notes heard simultaneously."
Can you sing two or more notes at the same time?
- RJLv 79 months ago
No. A singer cannot sing multiple notes simultaneously. As such, a singer cannot sing harmony in live performances.
However, one singer made a studio recording of her singing. While that studio recording was played, the singer sang harmony, all of which was also recorded. The end result was a recording of a singer singing harmony to her own singing.
- pianomanLv 79 months ago
No. Harmony is two or more voices, vocal or instrumental. singing or playing different parts. A solo is one voice, vocal or instrumental.