I am a developer with fifteen years of professional experience. I am seeking full-time employment in New York. I love making tools work together, exploring data, and finding ways to help people be more productive with technology. I am an avid photographer, a curious musician, and a nature nerd, and I look for ways to apply my skills to my hobbies. I currently serve as the senior developer at a mid-sized ISP.
Here is a quick clip of me doing some throat singing. I sing an "oo" vowel at about 165 Hz (E below middle C), visible as the red bar along the bottom, then transition to a shape that emphasizes the eighth overtone of that fundamental, 8*165 Hz = 1320 Hz. So that's three octaves (2^3 = 8) higher, the E two above middle C, just out of my falsetto singing range. I then go up the harmonics, which you can see as steps of 165 Hz in the spectrogram, up to 1980 Hz (a high B), far outside my singing range.
Trying to get a handle on the circular breathing.
After my first lesson with Phil Clark of Tree Thump, which Zhenya arranged for a New Year's present.