DOUBLE NODE POINT MULTIPHONICS
When natural harmonics are played in the lower positions, their relative positions are much closer together. Using the flat (rather than the tip) of the finger, allow for two adjacent points of the harmonic series to be activated simultaneously which produces a multiphonic.
- Shown here are the most simple, as they relate to standard finger positioning.
- The lower stave shows the required fingertip span and the upper stave the effect.
- In addition to the pitches shown, there will be open string noise and white noise present in the resultant sonic makeup.