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Vincent Cavanagh

Post  Lupa on Sat Sep 13, 2014 2:24 pm

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Vocal Range: B1 - G♯5

Significant High Notes:


  • G♯5 ("A Fleeting Glimpse")
  • C♯5 ("Suicide Veil", "The Lost Child")
  • C5 ("A Simple Mistake", "Feel", "The Lost Child", "The Beginning and the End")
  • B4 ("The Lost Song Part 1")
  • B♭4 ("Anathema", "Ariel", "A Simple Mistake", "Dusk (Dark Is Descending)", "Nocturnal Emission", "The Lost Song pt. 2", "Untouchable pt. 1", "The Beginning and the End")
  • A4 ("Looking Outside Inside", "Suicide Veil", "Thin Air", "The Beginning and the End")
  • G♯4 ("Angels Walk Among Us", "Dusk (Dark Is Descending)", "Untouchable pt. 1", "Suicide Veil", "The Storm Before the Calm", "Internal Landscapes", "Dreaming Light")
  • G4 ("Balance", "Flying", "The Gathering of the Clouds", "Internal Landscapes", "Universal", "Re-Connect", "Your Possible Pasts")
  • F♯4 ("Empty", "One Last Goodbye")


Significant Low Notes:


  • B2 ("Empty", "Lost Control", "Radiance", "Re-Connect", "Forgotten Hopes", "One Last Goodbye", "Don’t Look Too Far")
  • B♭2 ("Feel")
  • A2 ("Eternity Part 1", "Re-Connect", "Alternative 4", "Regret")
  • G♯2 ("Suicide Veil")
  • G2 ("Forgotten Hopes", "Your Possible Pasts")
  • F♯2 ("Suicide Veil")
  • E2 ("Anyone, Anywhere", "Cerulean Twilight")
  • D2 ("Make It Right (F.F.S)", "One of the Few", "Sunset of Age", "Your Possible Pasts")
  • B1 ("Nocturnal Emission", "Restless Oblivion")


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*Purple or Underlines mark notes in backing vocals or otherwise obscured.
*Italics mark non-melodic notes.


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Re: Vincent Cavanagh

Post  From a Mountain of Cliche on Tue Jan 06, 2015 4:41 pm

"A Simple Mistake" has several B4s at the end.  He might even hit a very brief D5 or a D#5 in that song at around 7:32, but I am uncertain of that.

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Re: Vincent Cavanagh

Post  Lupa on Sun Jan 11, 2015 11:15 pm

I still have to check a lot of songs, this thread is still very simple


All I'm hearing are some B♭4s and then he slides to C5 when singing at the end "It's never to late" at 6:47
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Re: Vincent Cavanagh

Post  Zedd Squared on Sun Jan 03, 2016 7:00 pm

I'll probably check to be more exact later, but while listening to The Silent Enigma I noticed he has some very deep vocal parts on that album. Mostly spoken but some of it could probably be counted as sung. Will get back to ya on that.
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Re: Vincent Cavanagh

Post  Zedd Squared on Sat Jan 09, 2016 2:18 pm

Some notes I found:

C#5: Suicide Veil (possibly italic)
C5: Feel
Bb4: Nocturnal Emission
A4: Suicide Veil
G#4: Suicide Veil
G4: Your Possible Pasts
F#4: Empty, One Last Goodbye


B2: Empty, Radiance
Bb2: Feel
A2: Eternity Part 1
G#2: Suicide Veil
G2: Your Possible Pasts
F#2: Suicide Veil
E2: Cerulean Twilight (pretty solid!)
D2: One of the Few, Sunset of Age, Your Possible Pasts (short note on the first word, might not be countable)
B1: Nocturnal Emission, Restless Oblivion (?)

This was just from some quick song checking. I'd definitely recommend counting F#4s at least for his highs, possibly even E4s at the lowest. Not sure where to start his lows though since he likes singing around B2 fairly frequently it seems but the D3s in One of the Few have a low-ish quality to them. Due to that I'm sure he has some deep sounding lower 3rd octave notes somewhere.


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Re: Vincent Cavanagh

Post  Lupa on Sun Jan 10, 2016 7:23 am

Thanks a lot! I have to get back on notewatching him as well. About spoken, fryish notes, for some reason I really suck at pitching them, so I'd appreciate your help with them
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Re: Vincent Cavanagh

Post  Lupa on Sun Jan 10, 2016 9:45 am

I tried to edit the thread twice already and I got disconnected. Probably just bad luck, I'll try it again
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Re: Vincent Cavanagh

Post  Zedd Squared on Wed Mar 09, 2016 4:39 pm

He also sustains a really intense C5 at 3:52 in the song Anathema. Would you mind if I add more notes to the OP directly as I find them? It won't be constant but whenever I find some extra time I'll do some note watching for him, and of course if I'm unsure of anything I'll link it here.
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