The Acoustics inside the Great Pyramid

US Overtone singing in the Kings Chamber      20/06/24

The Pyramids, are absolutely amazing structures - over 110 were built by the Egyptians, the oldest of which date back to over 4,000 years ago! Here we have a recording inside the Kings Chamber of the Great Pyramid, of some Overtone Singing by youtube channel Ancient Presence. It was admittedly recorded on iPhone, but still captures a glorious acoustic resonance, in a room completely made of red granite - in the depths of the Great Pyramid. Nice vocal booth if you can book it!

If you want to know more about the inside of the pyramids, I recommend this video from Graham Hancock

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