Woman Can Sing Multiple Octaves at Once Flawlessly While Overtone Singing

There’s a lot more to singing than just opening your mouth and making a beautiful noise. While we’ve seen plenty of talented singers on popular T.V. shows and viral videos, there’s nothing quite like this woman who can sing multiple octaves at once.

Anna-Marie Hefele is a one-woman show. She can sing her own harmonies and recreate the sounds of musical instruments, using only her voice. There is a technique called overtone singing that allows the vocal cords to open in a way where two notes come out at once.

Having the ability to sing polyphonic overtones is a rare skill that only a few people have learned how to do. Hefele has been practicing this technique for several years now. She recently shared a video online showing her impressive talent.

She demonstrates to viewers all the different ways that she can use this unique technique. In the middle of singing, she stops to teach us how exactly she does it. By overlaying tones and having incredible control, the final sound appears to have an ethereal essence to it.

Woman Can Sing Multiple Octaves at Once Flawlessly While Overtone Singing