While I still don't seem to find the time to go through my backlog of recordings, I am still making new ones...
I had a few "projects" planned, but I usually announce them and then don't get to them... this time is no different, lol
Meanwhile however, my Khoomei got better again. My Khoomei voice is smoother and the mucus issues I often comment on have gone away mostly. As a result, I get a good range of fundamentals and overtones with little effort now. The clarity of my Sygyt sound was already pretty good, IMO, but this has also improved. Now it's clearer than I originally thought possible.
The thing that puzzles me though, is that I have quite loose Xorekteer underneath my high pitches and Sygyt. I mean, I get crisp notes, but the vibrating buzzing sound is a LOT less prominent.
I can still do "proper" Sygyt mind you, but the constriction is waaay tighter and it sounds edgier, and I can't do any big jumps (intervals) from note to note easily, plus it seems too hard to get a high fundamental.
So I'm thinking that there're two types of Sygyt, one low drone, one high drone whereas the high variety has looser constriction... tongue positions are the same...
"well, at least you don't have to listen to me..."
I am not a pro and don't know crap. Any advice given is my sole opinion and must not be taken seriously. Doing so may result in injury, shame or death from boredom.