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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  Toast on Tue Jul 14, 2015 12:24 pm

AxelFuentes wrote:Hmmm... It appears that the ONLY video that showed his A2 has been taken down.
Should we still count the A2?
Eh, I think we should keep it in, as both AcapellaBass and I are sure that it exists. Besides, it only looks like the videos were privated, not completely taken down, so we could probably ask the original uploader for access to the video if need be (unless that's not how YouTube privating works).
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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  AxelFuentes on Thu Jul 30, 2015 8:21 am

New Home Free vid!



He NAILS an F♯5 at 1:30!
Some other pretty good head voice and high chest notes throughout
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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  AcapellaBass on Thu Jul 30, 2015 8:54 pm

AxelFuentes wrote:He NAILS an F♯5 at 1:30!
Some other pretty good head voice and high chest notes throughout
Yeah, but it's falsetto right?
The F#5 is falsetto, the D5 after that too, and at the B4 he switches to chest/mix, and the D5 is the same.

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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  Toast on Fri Jul 31, 2015 1:24 am

What about Austin's chest C5s and falsetto E5s from the studio version of "Honey I'm Good"?
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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  AcapellaBass on Fri Jul 31, 2015 2:54 am

The Toasted Turkey wrote:What about Austin's chest C5s and falsetto E5s from the studio version of "Honey I'm Good"?
Haven't I added them yet? Fuck.

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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  AxelFuentes on Fri Jul 31, 2015 10:01 pm

The Toasted Turkey wrote:What about Austin's chest C5s and falsetto E5s from the studio version of "Honey I'm Good"?
Waitwaitwait what?
I thought that it would be a C♯5, since the song is I'm A Major.
Timestamp please?
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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  Toast on Sat Aug 01, 2015 1:29 am

AxelFuentes wrote:
The Toasted Turkey wrote:What about Austin's chest C5s and falsetto E5s from the studio version of "Honey I'm Good"?
Waitwaitwait what?
I thought that it would be a C♯5, since the song is I'm A Major.
Timestamp please?
They're in Austin's verse in the middle of the piece.
I believe the C5 is what would be referred to as an "accidental". You know, a note whose pitch is outside of the key signature?
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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  AxelFuentes on Sat Aug 01, 2015 10:10 am

The Toasted Turkey wrote:
AxelFuentes wrote:
The Toasted Turkey wrote:What about Austin's chest C5s and falsetto E5s from the studio version of "Honey I'm Good"?
Waitwaitwait what?
I thought that it would be a C♯5, since the song is I'm A Major.
Timestamp please?
They're in Austin's verse in the middle of the piece.
I believe the C5 is what would be referred to as an "accidental". You know, a note whose pitch is outside of the key signature?
You're right. C5, accidental... I forgot how to music theory for a second there Banghead
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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  AxelFuentes on Sat Aug 15, 2015 10:09 am

Hey, AcapellaBass, Austin's C6 from "This Is How We Roll," is only a B♭5.
My youtube Acquaintance, ThePi314Man, played his B♭5 from "Any Way The Wind Blows," and the other note from "This Is How We Roll," back to back, and he said they sound the same.
To confirm, I put it into audacity, and shifted it down an octave, and the highest he goes on the "Whoo!" at 2:35 is B♭4, so B♭5 in the original.
Sooooo his range is 3 octaves and a tone Sad

Also... I would change this:
AcapellaBass wrote:
Italics indicate spoken notes

To this:
Changed OP wrote:
Italics indicate non-melodic notes
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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  Toast on Sat Aug 15, 2015 10:21 am

AxelFuentes wrote:Hey, AcapellaBass, Austin's C6 from "This Is How We Roll," is only a B♭5.
My youtube Acquaintance, ThePi314Man, played his B♭5 from "Any Way The Wind Blows," and the other note from "This Is How We Roll," back to back, and he said they sound the same.
To confirm, I put it into audacity, and shifted it down an octave, and the highest he goes on the "Whoo!" at 2:35 is B♭4, so B♭5 in the original.
Sooooo his range is 3 octaves and a tone Sad
Dude, check the outro. He hits a C6 there.
But yeah, Acapella, you should probably mark the C6 as being from the outro of the video rather than the song itself. Also, you could probably add the B♭5 to the OP as well.
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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  AxelFuentes on Sat Aug 15, 2015 10:34 am

The Toasted Turkey wrote:
Dude, check the outro. He hits a C6 there.
But yeah, Acapella, you should probably mark the C6 as being from the outro of the video rather than the song itself. Also, you could probably add the B♭5 to the OP as well.
Oh. Well this is awkward. I totally missed that. Then again I'd never watched the outro.
Facepalm Embarassed Banghead
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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  Pizik on Sun Aug 23, 2015 2:20 am


I hear some realy high note in 2:05.
But i have no idea what is it.

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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  AcapellaBass on Sun Aug 23, 2015 3:50 am

Austin sings E4-G#4-B4-E5 on the word "Elvira".
He does it like this: El(G#4 --> F#4) Vi(E4) Ra(G#4) Ah(B4 --> E5) Smile

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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  keithmattix on Sun Aug 23, 2015 6:02 am

Actually those 4th octave notes are Chris Rupp's, the baritone. If you go back and listen a few seconds to the "oh-oo-oh"s with Chris and Rob, the lower voice is the same as the low ones in the "El-Vi-Ra"

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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  AcapellaBass on Sun Aug 30, 2015 7:40 am

What do we make of this, the vowel R?


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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  AxelFuentes on Sun Aug 30, 2015 8:32 am

AcapellaBass wrote:What do we make of this, the vowel R?


Was that an E1?!?! Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked
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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  Toast on Sun Aug 30, 2015 10:23 am

AxelFuentes wrote:
AcapellaBass wrote:What do we make of this, the vowel R?

Spoiler:

Was that an E1?!?! Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked
E♭1, actually.
Well, shit guys. I guess this is a new low note for Austin. It could probably be added to the OP as "Sound Check" or something, just mark it as blue to indicate that it's a throat bass (or "growled", I guess) note.

I think that this also indicates that Austin should be able to go lower than G♯2 in his chest register, and he probably can as well if he felt like it during a performance.
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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  AxelFuentes on Sun Aug 30, 2015 11:45 am

The Toasted Turkey wrote:
E♭1, actually.
Well, shit guys. I guess this is a new low note for Austin. It could probably be added to the OP as "Sound Check" or something, just mark it as blue to indicate that it's a throat bass (or "growled", I guess) note.

I think that this also indicates that Austin should be able to go lower than G♯2 in his chest register, and he probably can as well if he felt like it during a performance.
He only does B♭2 before the E♭1 though. It's definitely growl. Too breathy to be throat bass. But still, freaking awesome Shocked

If I were you, AcapellaBass, I would label it like this:

E♭1: "Sound Check" (Home Free in Morrison, Illinois 8/19/15)
Or something similar. Dance
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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  Toast on Sun Aug 30, 2015 12:17 pm

AxelFuentes wrote:He only does B♭2 before the E♭1 though. It's definitely growl. Too breathy to be throat bass. But still, freaking awesome Shocked
Wait, I thought that the growl technique was just a variation of Kargyraa, which is a type of throat bass (possibly the only type of throat bass, actually).
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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  AxelFuentes on Sun Aug 30, 2015 12:28 pm

The Toasted Turkey wrote:
AxelFuentes wrote:
The Toasted Turkey wrote:
E♭1, actually.
Well, shit guys. I guess this is a new low note for Austin. It could probably be added to the OP as "Sound Check" or something, just mark it as blue to indicate that it's a throat bass (or "growled", I guess) note.

I think that this also indicates that Austin should be able to go lower than G♯2 in his chest register, and he probably can as well if he felt like it during a performance.
He only does B♭2 before the E♭1 though. It's definitely growl. Too breathy to be throat bass. But still, freaking awesome Shocked
Wait, I thought that the growl technique was just a variation of Kargyraa, which is a type of throat bass.

Ehh, depends...
Growl is purely imitating clearing your throat, and letting it resonate in your chest, and letting the air come out your nose. That's how I do it, and I can get down to E♭1.
Kargyraa is more of snorting and growling at the same time to move the resonance to the top of your chest, and singing two notes at once.
They sound TOTALLY different however.
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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  Toast on Sun Aug 30, 2015 12:40 pm

AxelFuentes wrote:
The Toasted Turkey wrote:
AxelFuentes wrote:
The Toasted Turkey wrote:
E♭1, actually.
Well, shit guys. I guess this is a new low note for Austin. It could probably be added to the OP as "Sound Check" or something, just mark it as blue to indicate that it's a throat bass (or "growled", I guess) note.

I think that this also indicates that Austin should be able to go lower than G♯2 in his chest register, and he probably can as well if he felt like it during a performance.
He only does B♭2 before the E♭1 though. It's definitely growl. Too breathy to be throat bass. But still, freaking awesome Shocked
Wait, I thought that the growl technique was just a variation of Kargyraa, which is a type of throat bass.

Ehh, depends...
Growl is purely imitating clearing your throat, and letting it resonate in your chest, and letting the air come out your nose. That's how I do it, and I can get down to E♭1.
Kargyraa is more of snorting and growling at the same time to move the resonance to the top of your chest, and singing two notes at once.
They sound TOTALLY different however.
I always thought that the growl technique was mostly Kargyraa without the upper chest tone. The two techniques work in mostly the same way (similar to clearing one's throat or trying to imitate a motorcycle, those are two ways I've heard it described. The tones for both techniques are created with the vestibular folds.)
So yeah, I'm pretty sure that the growl technique is just a variation of Kargyraa.
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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  AcapellaBass on Sun Aug 30, 2015 5:38 pm

AxelFuentes wrote:
AcapellaBass wrote:What do we make of this, the vowel R?

[youtube]LnLwKg1gaqM[youtube]

Was that an E1?!?! Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked
Somehow, I really feel like he's making the vowel R, I'm not so sure if it's growl.
You guys think it really is growl? Also, should I include it as sung (as I'm not so sure Austin can use growl as well as Tim does, and, well, this is the very only growl note we've heard of him)?

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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  AxelFuentes on Mon Aug 31, 2015 10:30 am

AcapellaBass wrote:
Somehow, I really feel like he's making the vowel R, I'm not so sure if it's growl.
You guys think it really is growl? Also, should I include it as sung (as I'm not so sure Austin can use growl as well as Tim does, and, well, this is the very only growl note we've heard of him)?
Call it non-melodic, and non-modal. Simple solution.
I would also include the video in the OP Thumb up

And you still haven't changed the following:
C6: "This Is How We Roll" - Outtro
B♭5: "Any Way The Wind Blows," "This Is How We Roll"
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Austin's Growls

Post  ThePi314Man on Tue Sep 01, 2015 4:13 pm

watch?v=mPj6816FCjI?t=1m44s

This is a full recording of the concert and sound check. Austin does multiple growls. They're all over the place, though, so I'm just gonna let you guys struggle to pitch the notes (I think he may have reached D1, and maybe a G1). Mostly just because I'm lazy and really tired right now.

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Re: Matthew Austin Brown

Post  TheDeathBat on Tue Sep 01, 2015 4:53 pm

I dont know he might hit a D1 there not entirely sure, axel?
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