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Post  RoryRoarington on Tue Apr 01, 2014 7:18 am

Newton Faulkner (Sam Faulkner)



Voice Type: Baritenor
Total Range: G2-C♯5

Significant High Notes:

C♯5 - ('So Much', 'I'm Not Giving Up Yet' )
C5 - ('Over And Out', 'I'm Not Giving Up Yet')
B4 - ('So Much' )
B♭4 - ('I Need Something', 'First Time', 'First Time', 'Over And Out', 'So Much', 'So Much', 'I'm Not Giving Up Yet')
A4 - ('Dream Catch Me', 'Dream Catch Me', 'Badman', 'Lipstick Jungle', 'Over And Out', 'Over And Out', 'This Town')
G♯4 - ('To The Light', 'I Need Something', 'All I Got', 'Feels Like Home', 'Gone In The Morning', 'I Took It Out On You', 'Won't Let Go', 'First Time', 'So Much', 'I'm Not Giving Up Yet', 'I'm Not Giving Up Yet', 'Soundwaves')
G4 - ('I Need Something', 'Feels Like Home', 'People Should Smile More', 'People Should Smile More', 'Badman' 'Badman', 'If This Is It', 'Lipstick Jungle', 'Won't Let Go', 'First Time', 'First Time', 'Over And Out', 'Over And Out', 'This Town')
F♯4 - ('All I Got', 'Dream Catch Me', 'Gone In The Morning', 'Badman', 'Badman', 'I Took It Out On You', 'Lipstick Jungle', 'So Much', 'This Town', 'I'm Not Giving Up Yet', 'Soundwaves')
F4- ('I Need Something', 'All I Got', 'Dream Catch Me', 'Teardrop', 'Gone In The Morning', 'UFO - new version', 'Ageing Superhero', 'Full Fat', 'I Took It Out On You', 'Resin On My Heart Strings', 'She's Got The Time 2 (interlude), 'First Time', 'Over And Out', 'Over And Out', 'So Much', 'I'm Not Giving Up Yet')


Significant Low Notes:

B2 - ('To The Light', 'Straight Towards The Sun', 'UFO - new version', 'Ageing Superhero', 'Lullaby', 'Lipstick Jungle')
B♭2 - ('All I Got', 'Ageing Superhero', 'Lullaby', 'Resin On My Heart Strings')
A2 - ('Lullaby', 'This Town')
G♯2 - ('Lullaby')
G2 - ('Lullaby')


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Re: Newton Faulkner

Post  Buh-Red on Tue Apr 01, 2014 7:38 am

lol is that is real name

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Re: Newton Faulkner

Post  RoryRoarington on Tue Apr 01, 2014 7:48 am

COWBOY BREAD wrote:lol is that is real name

Well it's 'Sam Newton Battenburg Faulkner' according to Wikipedia.

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Re: Newton Faulkner

Post  Gabriel-22 on Tue Apr 01, 2014 1:34 pm

actually love this guys voice, very husky and deep timbre with a flexible higher range, very good,

How many of his albums have you notewatched/listened to?

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Re: Newton Faulkner

Post  Bassman on Tue Apr 01, 2014 8:05 pm

Hey, I'm assuming this is probably (one of) your first thread(s). You got the right idea, here's a few tips though:
- A♭4 should be noted as G♯4. It's just how we do it on this forum.
- A picture of the vocalist is not recommended, but it always feels incomplete without a picture. So search for a nice picture of the vocalist and put it under his name.
- Say in the OP what the blue notes mark. ex: *Blue notes mark probable non-modal notes.
You should probably check out on other threads how to note that. Other than that, good job!

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Re: Newton Faulkner

Post  Timqwe on Tue Apr 01, 2014 8:14 pm

Also, it is recommended to use a different shade of gray, this one
To get it, just use this code
Code:
[color=blue]'Dream Catch Me'[/color]
It looks this way then: 'Dream Catch Me'
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Re: Newton Faulkner

Post  RoryRoarington on Tue Apr 01, 2014 8:52 pm

Gabriel-22 wrote:actually love this guys voice, very husky and deep timbre with a flexible higher range, very good,

How many of his albums have you notewatched/listened to?

Yeah Newton has a really nice voice, what would you say his voice type is? Currently I've notewatched the album - Hand Built By Robots, I've missed out some as they don't have any vocals or there are no high or low notes that are significant, I'll put in more soon.

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Re: Newton Faulkner

Post  RoryRoarington on Tue Apr 01, 2014 9:00 pm

Bassman wrote:Hey, I'm assuming this is probably (one of) your first thread(s). You got the right idea, here's a few tips though:
- A♭4 should be noted as G♯4. It's just how we do it on this forum.
- A picture of the vocalist is not recommended, but it always feels incomplete without a picture. So search for a nice picture of the vocalist and put it under his name.
- Say in the OP what the blue notes mark. ex: *Blue notes mark probable non-modal notes.
You should probably check out on other threads how to note that. Other than that, good job!

It is my fourth thread. I have attempted uploading several different pictures but it keeps telling me that the files are invalid.
I'll add the other stuff when it's near on completion. Thanks.

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Post  Gabriel-22 on Tue Apr 01, 2014 9:30 pm


I would of said baritone at first but considering how flexible his high register is baritenor would be fine Smile

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Re: Newton Faulkner

Post  Buh-Red on Wed Apr 02, 2014 2:39 am

Bassman wrote:
- A♭4 should be noted as G♯4. It's just how we do it on this forum.

why and since when

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Re: Newton Faulkner

Post  RoryRoarington on Wed Apr 02, 2014 2:43 am

Gabriel-22 wrote:
I would of said baritone at first but considering how flexible his high register is baritenor would be fine Smile

Yeah I thought that too :-P thanks Gabriel.

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Re: Newton Faulkner

Post  RoryRoarington on Wed Apr 02, 2014 2:50 am

COWBOY BREAD wrote:
Bassman wrote:
- A♭4 should be noted as G♯4. It's just how we do it on this forum.

why and since when

Damn musical notation and stuff, why couldn't notes just be like this:

C C#/Db D D#/Eb E F F#/Gb A A#/Bb B

A B C D E F G H I J

So that C becomes A and so forth. Or at least make sharps and flat one symbol, why even does it have two symbols anyways?

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Re: Newton Faulkner

Post  Bassman on Wed Apr 02, 2014 8:54 am

COWBOY BREAD wrote:
Bassman wrote:
- A♭4 should be noted as G♯4. It's just how we do it on this forum.

why and since when

Since a huge majority on this forum prefers using G♯4 instead of A♭4, including the moderators? Besides, hasn't it become sort of a rule to use the proper sharps and flats with the corresponding half tones on this forum?

RoryRoarington wrote:
Damn musical notation and stuff, why couldn't notes just be like this:

C C#/Db D D#/Eb E F F#/Gb A A#/Bb B

A     B    C     D     E F    G     H     I     J

So that C becomes A and so forth. Or at least make sharps and flat one symbol, why even does it have two symbols anyways?

Sorry man, I didn't invent it Razz It's just something you need to get used to in music.

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Re: Newton Faulkner

Post  Buh-Red on Wed Apr 02, 2014 8:58 am

Bassman wrote:
COWBOY BREAD wrote:
Bassman wrote:
- A♭4 should be noted as G♯4. It's just how we do it on this forum.

why and since when

Since a huge majority on this forum prefers using G♯4 instead of A♭4, including the moderators? Besides, hasn't it become sort of a rule to use the proper sharps and flats with the corresponding half tones on this forum?


so it's a preference not a rule? idk what you mean by proper sharps and flats either. why use sharp on a G and C but flat on a B and E? why not make it all sharps or all flats?

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Post  Guest on Wed Apr 02, 2014 9:07 am

COWBOY BREAD wrote:
Bassman wrote:
COWBOY BREAD wrote:
Bassman wrote:
- A♭4 should be noted as G♯4. It's just how we do it on this forum.

why and since when

Since a huge majority on this forum prefers using G♯4 instead of A♭4, including the moderators? Besides, hasn't it become sort of a rule to use the proper sharps and flats with the corresponding half tones on this forum?


so it's a preference not a rule? idk what you mean by proper sharps and flats either. why use sharp on a G and C but flat on a B and E? why not make it all sharps or all flats?
I never understood it either. That's why I only use sharps. There's not much sense in using both for me.
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Post  Buh-Red on Wed Apr 02, 2014 9:12 am

there's no harm in it either so i don't understand why people stick to that one setup  Confused 

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Post  Bassman on Wed Apr 02, 2014 5:19 pm

Bread wrote:there's no harm in it either so i don't understand why people stick to that one setup  Confused 

Well, I guess there's indeed no harm in it if you prefer using all flats or all sharp or w/e. I actually coincidentally note the sharps and flats exactly like TRP prefers it to, before I even knew this place, so I have no problem using the system TRP prefers myself, but if other variations work for you, than that's fine I guess.

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Post  Gabriel-22 on Fri Apr 04, 2014 1:35 am

Alrighty so everyone agrees on the system used and his VT?

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Re: Newton Faulkner

Post  Betzer on Sat Apr 11, 2015 3:04 pm

I was having a Newton binge and found some cool videos.


Some great high singing in this one. Some great high throughout including a nice belt at :54.


Great highs throughout this one as well.


Just great singing here throughout.


This also exists for some reason.

His live performances are always very good. I may have to start a guitar thread for him.
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Post  RoryRoarington on Thu Apr 16, 2015 11:59 pm

Wow, they're some amazing videos, brilliant belts and highs Yeah! Newton has to be one of the best known contemporary acoustic guitarists, especially since he can incorporate drum taps and play on his guitar at the same time and sing! Smile

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Re: Newton Faulkner

Post  Betzer on Thu Nov 19, 2015 1:20 pm

[url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JLK02Fgyn4]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JLK02Fgyn4[url]
Fairly new single from Newton. It seems his voice is in fine shape.
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