Fujara (overtone bass flute) has range over three octaves from which in its two lower octaves, western tuned Fujara can play major diatonic scale by fingering the three Fujara side holes. All the traditional fujara melodies develop itself in these two middle easily playable fujara octaves (on G fujara: g(G3) - g¹(G4) - g²(G5)), mostly around the middle of the Fujara scale. Sometimes the melody is played out on the lowest fujara notes creating thus special effect called "humming". These two basic fujara octaves are starting with 2nd and ending with 8th overtone.