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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  Krzysztof Raymond Howe II on Thu Aug 27, 2015 3:57 pm

To lift my facade of goofy dickishness, this poll is severely lacking. I may enjoy loads of emo screamer guys (hell it's my main style of music), but there are SO MANY other good screamers out there, and not just in this style. Randy Blythe, Attila Csihar, Craig Owens, Jason Butler, Tommy Giles Rodgers, MIKE FUCKIN PATTON? Sorry dude, but people like Andy Biersack don't come close to measuring up compared to other screamers.
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  Princesszolli Demi on Fri Aug 28, 2015 1:21 am

cryszofthescots wrote:To lift my facade of goofy dickishness, this poll is severely lacking. I may enjoy loads of emo screamer guys (hell it's my main style of music), but there are SO MANY other good screamers out there, and not just in this style. Randy Blythe, Attila Csihar, Craig Owens, Jason Butler, Tommy Giles Rodgers, MIKE FUCKIN PATTON? Sorry dude, but people like Andy Biersack don't come close to measuring up compared to other screamers.
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  The Toyman Cometh on Fri Aug 28, 2015 2:00 am

TheDeathBat wrote:okay correct me if im wrong but

This is False Chord screaming


This Is Falsetto and Head voice srceaming

Falsetto isn't a register though nor is it modal, so it is also fake chord. For it to be true it would have to be modal/sustained.

Head voice is not a fake chord, but falsetto is. So is what you posted, fake chord.
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  SubjectAlpha on Fri Aug 28, 2015 2:40 am

Kami Tenchi wrote:
TheDeathBat wrote:okay correct me if im wrong but

This is False Chord screaming


This Is Falsetto and Head voice srceaming

Falsetto isn't a register though nor is it modal, so it is also fake chord.  For it to be true it would have to be modal/sustained.  

Head voice is not a fake chord, but falsetto is.  So is what you posted, fake chord.
Falsetto is a register Eh
It is unsupported, but it is a register.
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  Princesszolli Demi on Fri Aug 28, 2015 3:22 am

SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
TheDeathBat wrote:okay correct me if im wrong but
Spoiler:

This is False Chord screaming


This Is Falsetto and Head voice srceaming

Falsetto isn't a register though nor is it modal, so it is also fake chord.  For it to be true it would have to be modal/sustained.  

Head voice is not a fake chord, but falsetto is.  So is what you posted, fake chord.
Falsetto is a register Eh
It is unsupported, but it is a register.

Please stop quoting the videos, without spoilers on them.
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  SubjectAlpha on Fri Aug 28, 2015 3:25 am

Princess Demi Alexandra wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
TheDeathBat wrote:okay correct me if im wrong but
Spoiler:

This is False Chord screaming


This Is Falsetto and Head voice srceaming

Falsetto isn't a register though nor is it modal, so it is also fake chord.  For it to be true it would have to be modal/sustained.  

Head voice is not a fake chord, but falsetto is.  So is what you posted, fake chord.
Falsetto is a register Eh
It is unsupported, but it is a register.

Please stop quoting the videos, without spoilers on them.
I'm still right.
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  Princesszolli Demi on Fri Aug 28, 2015 3:27 am

SubjectAlpha wrote:
Princess Demi Alexandra wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
TheDeathBat wrote:okay correct me if im wrong but
Spoiler:

This is False Chord screaming


This Is Falsetto and Head voice srceaming

Falsetto isn't a register though nor is it modal, so it is also fake chord.  For it to be true it would have to be modal/sustained.  

Head voice is not a fake chord, but falsetto is.  So is what you posted, fake chord.
Falsetto is a register Eh
It is unsupported, but it is a register.

Please stop quoting the videos, without spoilers on them.
I'm still right.
Never said you weren't. Neutral
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  SubjectAlpha on Fri Aug 28, 2015 3:33 am

Princess Demi Alexandra wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Princess Demi Alexandra wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
TheDeathBat wrote:okay correct me if im wrong but
Spoiler:

This is False Chord screaming


This Is Falsetto and Head voice srceaming

Falsetto isn't a register though nor is it modal, so it is also fake chord.  For it to be true it would have to be modal/sustained.  

Head voice is not a fake chord, but falsetto is.  So is what you posted, fake chord.
Falsetto is a register Eh
It is unsupported, but it is a register.

Please stop quoting the videos, without spoilers on them.
I'm still right.
Never said you weren't. Neutral
You fucked quoting up. That's why my messages looks like yours and in the other way around.
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  The Toyman Cometh on Fri Aug 28, 2015 7:30 am

SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
TheDeathBat wrote:okay correct me if im wrong but
-snip-
This is False Chord screaming

-snip-
This Is Falsetto and Head voice srceaming

Falsetto isn't a register though nor is it modal, so it is also fake chord.  For it to be true it would have to be modal/sustained.  

Head voice is not a fake chord, but falsetto is.  So is what you posted, fake chord.
Falsetto is a register Eh
It is unsupported, but it is a register.

It isn't a register it's a sound like fry and whistle.  It's just an airy sound when you don't sustain a note.  It's technique.  It is a false.  I will not consider it a register since it is a technique used for emulation. By definition, " an unnaturally or artificially high-pitched voice or register" It is not a real register. It's a pseudo-voice, or simply pseudo-register. Not a real one! Therefore, by definition it is fake!
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  SubjectAlpha on Fri Aug 28, 2015 8:07 am

Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
TheDeathBat wrote:okay correct me if im wrong but
-snip-
This is False Chord screaming

-snip-
This Is Falsetto and Head voice srceaming

Falsetto isn't a register though nor is it modal, so it is also fake chord.  For it to be true it would have to be modal/sustained.  

Head voice is not a fake chord, but falsetto is.  So is what you posted, fake chord.
Falsetto is a register Eh
It is unsupported, but it is a register.

It isn't a register it's a sound like fry and whistle.  It's just an airy sound when you don't sustain a note.  It's technique.  It is a false.  I will not consider it a register since it is a technique used for emulation. By definition, " an unnaturally or artificially high-pitched voice or register" It is not a real register.  It's a pseudo-voice, or simply pseudo-register.  Not a real one!  Therefore, by definition it is fake!
Falsetto [falˈsetto] (Italian diminutive of falso, "false") is the vocal register occupying the frequency range just above the modal voice register and overlapping with it by approximately one octave.


[th]Vocal registers[/th]
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  The Toyman Cometh on Fri Aug 28, 2015 8:18 am

SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
TheDeathBat wrote:okay correct me if im wrong but
-snip-
This is False Chord screaming

-snip-
This Is Falsetto and Head voice srceaming

Falsetto isn't a register though nor is it modal, so it is also fake chord.  For it to be true it would have to be modal/sustained.  

Head voice is not a fake chord, but falsetto is.  So is what you posted, fake chord.
Falsetto is a register Eh
It is unsupported, but it is a register.

It isn't a register it's a sound like fry and whistle.  It's just an airy sound when you don't sustain a note.  It's technique.  It is a false.  I will not consider it a register since it is a technique used for emulation. By definition, " an unnaturally or artificially high-pitched voice or register" It is not a real register.  It's a pseudo-voice, or simply pseudo-register.  Not a real one!  Therefore, by definition it is fake!
Falsetto [falˈsetto] (Italian diminutive of falso, "false") is the vocal register occupying the frequency range just above the modal voice register and overlapping with it by approximately one octave.


[th]Vocal registers[/th]
Well, the defintion that I got states otherwise. So, we can agree to disagree.
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  SubjectAlpha on Fri Aug 28, 2015 8:27 am

Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
TheDeathBat wrote:okay correct me if im wrong but
-snip-
This is False Chord screaming

-snip-
This Is Falsetto and Head voice srceaming

Falsetto isn't a register though nor is it modal, so it is also fake chord.  For it to be true it would have to be modal/sustained.  

Head voice is not a fake chord, but falsetto is.  So is what you posted, fake chord.
Falsetto is a register Eh
It is unsupported, but it is a register.

It isn't a register it's a sound like fry and whistle.  It's just an airy sound when you don't sustain a note.  It's technique.  It is a false.  I will not consider it a register since it is a technique used for emulation. By definition, " an unnaturally or artificially high-pitched voice or register" It is not a real register.  It's a pseudo-voice, or simply pseudo-register.  Not a real one!  Therefore, by definition it is fake!
Falsetto [falˈsetto] (Italian diminutive of falso, "false") is the vocal register occupying the frequency range just above the modal voice register and overlapping with it by approximately one octave.




[th]Vocal registers[/th]
Well, the defintion that I got states otherwise.  So, we can agree to disagree.
Probably because the one that told you is a "purist". They don't count falsetto as part of your vocal range either.
But yeah, agree to disagree.
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  The Toyman Cometh on Fri Aug 28, 2015 8:29 am

SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
TheDeathBat wrote:okay correct me if im wrong but
-snip-
This is False Chord screaming

-snip-
This Is Falsetto and Head voice srceaming

Falsetto isn't a register though nor is it modal, so it is also fake chord.  For it to be true it would have to be modal/sustained.  

Head voice is not a fake chord, but falsetto is.  So is what you posted, fake chord.
Falsetto is a register Eh
It is unsupported, but it is a register.

It isn't a register it's a sound like fry and whistle.  It's just an airy sound when you don't sustain a note.  It's technique.  It is a false.  I will not consider it a register since it is a technique used for emulation. By definition, " an unnaturally or artificially high-pitched voice or register" It is not a real register.  It's a pseudo-voice, or simply pseudo-register.  Not a real one!  Therefore, by definition it is fake!
Falsetto [falˈsetto] (Italian diminutive of falso, "false") is the vocal register occupying the frequency range just above the modal voice register and overlapping with it by approximately one octave.




[th]Vocal registers[/th]
Well, the defintion that I got states otherwise.  So, we can agree to disagree.
Probably because the one that told you is a "purist". They don't count falsetto as part of your vocal range either.
But yeah, agree to disagree.

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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  SubjectAlpha on Fri Aug 28, 2015 8:30 am

Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
TheDeathBat wrote:okay correct me if im wrong but
-snip-
This is False Chord screaming

-snip-
This Is Falsetto and Head voice srceaming

Falsetto isn't a register though nor is it modal, so it is also fake chord.  For it to be true it would have to be modal/sustained.  

Head voice is not a fake chord, but falsetto is.  So is what you posted, fake chord.
Falsetto is a register Eh
It is unsupported, but it is a register.

It isn't a register it's a sound like fry and whistle.  It's just an airy sound when you don't sustain a note.  It's technique.  It is a false.  I will not consider it a register since it is a technique used for emulation. By definition, " an unnaturally or artificially high-pitched voice or register" It is not a real register.  It's a pseudo-voice, or simply pseudo-register.  Not a real one!  Therefore, by definition it is fake!
Falsetto [falˈsetto] (Italian diminutive of falso, "false") is the vocal register occupying the frequency range just above the modal voice register and overlapping with it by approximately one octave.





[th]Vocal registers[/th]
Well, the defintion that I got states otherwise.  So, we can agree to disagree.
Probably because the one that told you is a "purist". They don't count falsetto as part of your vocal range either.
But yeah, agree to disagree.

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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  The Toyman Cometh on Fri Aug 28, 2015 8:34 am

SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
TheDeathBat wrote:okay correct me if im wrong but
-snip-
This is False Chord screaming

-snip-
This Is Falsetto and Head voice srceaming

Falsetto isn't a register though nor is it modal, so it is also fake chord.  For it to be true it would have to be modal/sustained.  

Head voice is not a fake chord, but falsetto is.  So is what you posted, fake chord.
Falsetto is a register Eh
It is unsupported, but it is a register.

It isn't a register it's a sound like fry and whistle.  It's just an airy sound when you don't sustain a note.  It's technique.  It is a false.  I will not consider it a register since it is a technique used for emulation. By definition, " an unnaturally or artificially high-pitched voice or register" It is not a real register.  It's a pseudo-voice, or simply pseudo-register.  Not a real one!  Therefore, by definition it is fake!
Falsetto [falˈsetto] (Italian diminutive of falso, "false") is the vocal register occupying the frequency range just above the modal voice register and overlapping with it by approximately one octave.





[th]Vocal registers[/th]
Well, the defintion that I got states otherwise.  So, we can agree to disagree.
Probably because the one that told you is a "purist". They don't count falsetto as part of your vocal range either.
But yeah, agree to disagree.

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"It's better not to look at falsetto as a register but rather as a sound, in my opinion, anything that is light and breathy is falsetto.  Doesn't matter if they are in their chest or head register, it's a sound color not a register. If you want to talk about registers you'd say head voice."  -The Great Heroins

"
So then you agree that falsetto is just a sound and not a specific designated register in this voice? Usually a falsetto sound is in the head register but I agree you can produce something like falsetto in chest too if you lighten up and use a lot of air." -The Great Heroins
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  SubjectAlpha on Fri Aug 28, 2015 8:37 am

Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
TheDeathBat wrote:okay correct me if im wrong but
-snip-
This is False Chord screaming

-snip-
This Is Falsetto and Head voice srceaming

Falsetto isn't a register though nor is it modal, so it is also fake chord.  For it to be true it would have to be modal/sustained.  

Head voice is not a fake chord, but falsetto is.  So is what you posted, fake chord.
Falsetto is a register Eh
It is unsupported, but it is a register.

It isn't a register it's a sound like fry and whistle.  It's just an airy sound when you don't sustain a note.  It's technique.  It is a false.  I will not consider it a register since it is a technique used for emulation. By definition, " an unnaturally or artificially high-pitched voice or register" It is not a real register.  It's a pseudo-voice, or simply pseudo-register.  Not a real one!  Therefore, by definition it is fake!
Falsetto [falˈsetto] (Italian diminutive of falso, "false") is the vocal register occupying the frequency range just above the modal voice register and overlapping with it by approximately one octave.






[th]Vocal registers[/th]
Well, the defintion that I got states otherwise.  So, we can agree to disagree.
Probably because the one that told you is a "purist". They don't count falsetto as part of your vocal range either.
But yeah, agree to disagree.

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"It's better not to look at falsetto as a register but rather as a sound, in my opinion, anything that is light and breathy is falsetto.  Doesn't matter if they are in their chest or head register, it's a sound color not a register. If you want to talk about registers you'd say head voice."  -The Great Heroins

"
So then you agree that falsetto is just a sound and not a specific designated register in this voice? Usually a falsetto sound is in the head register but I agree you can produce something like falsetto in chest too if you lighten up and use a lot of air." -The Great Heroins
But that is an entirely subjective opinion Eh
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  The Toyman Cometh on Fri Aug 28, 2015 8:39 am

SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
TheDeathBat wrote:okay correct me if im wrong but
-snip-
This is False Chord screaming

-snip-
This Is Falsetto and Head voice srceaming

Falsetto isn't a register though nor is it modal, so it is also fake chord.  For it to be true it would have to be modal/sustained.  

Head voice is not a fake chord, but falsetto is.  So is what you posted, fake chord.
Falsetto is a register Eh
It is unsupported, but it is a register.

It isn't a register it's a sound like fry and whistle.  It's just an airy sound when you don't sustain a note.  It's technique.  It is a false.  I will not consider it a register since it is a technique used for emulation. By definition, " an unnaturally or artificially high-pitched voice or register" It is not a real register.  It's a pseudo-voice, or simply pseudo-register.  Not a real one!  Therefore, by definition it is fake!
Falsetto [falˈsetto] (Italian diminutive of falso, "false") is the vocal register occupying the frequency range just above the modal voice register and overlapping with it by approximately one octave.







[th]Vocal registers[/th]
Well, the defintion that I got states otherwise.  So, we can agree to disagree.
Probably because the one that told you is a "purist". They don't count falsetto as part of your vocal range either.
But yeah, agree to disagree.

Heroins was part of the movement.   Laughing
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"It's better not to look at falsetto as a register but rather as a sound, in my opinion, anything that is light and breathy is falsetto.  Doesn't matter if they are in their chest or head register, it's a sound color not a register. If you want to talk about registers you'd say head voice."  -The Great Heroins

"
So then you agree that falsetto is just a sound and not a specific designated register in this voice? Usually a falsetto sound is in the head register but I agree you can produce something like falsetto in chest too if you lighten up and use a lot of air." -The Great Heroins
But that is an entirely subjective opinion Eh
It's time to end this debate!



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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  Krzysztof Raymond Howe II on Fri Aug 28, 2015 10:31 am

I love how this discussion is about metalcore screamers
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  Celice on Fri Aug 28, 2015 11:01 am

Kami Tenchi wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
TheDeathBat wrote:okay correct me if im wrong but
-snip-
This is False Chord screaming

-snip-
This Is Falsetto and Head voice srceaming

Falsetto isn't a register though nor is it modal, so it is also fake chord.  For it to be true it would have to be modal/sustained.  

Head voice is not a fake chord, but falsetto is.  So is what you posted, fake chord.
Falsetto is a register Eh
It is unsupported, but it is a register.

It isn't a register it's a sound like fry and whistle.  It's just an airy sound when you don't sustain a note.
Wtf? Falsetto, fry and whistle notes can all be sustained Eh
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  KeithMoonIsGod on Fri Aug 28, 2015 11:16 am

My choice?








Metalcore is garbage.
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  Princesszolli Demi on Fri Aug 28, 2015 11:17 am

Celice wrote:
It isn't a register it's a sound like fry and whistle.  It's just an airy sound when you don't sustain a note.
Wtf? Falsetto, fry and whistle notes can all be sustained Eh
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  The Toyman Cometh on Fri Aug 28, 2015 12:34 pm

Princess Demi Alexandra wrote:
Celice wrote:
It isn't a register it's a sound like fry and whistle.  It's just an airy sound when you don't sustain a note.
Wtf? Falsetto, fry and whistle notes can all be sustained Eh

How can non-modals be supported? Modal=supported, non-modal is not. If they were supported they'd be modal.
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  Princesszolli Demi on Fri Aug 28, 2015 1:09 pm

Kami Tenchi wrote:
Princess Demi Alexandra wrote:
Celice wrote:
It isn't a register it's a sound like fry and whistle.  It's just an airy sound when you don't sustain a note.
Wtf? Falsetto, fry and whistle notes can all be sustained Eh

How can non-modals be supported?  Modal=supported, non-modal is not.  If they were supported they'd be modal.
The term can apparently be very subjective
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Re: Who's The Better Metalcore Screamer

Post  The Toyman Cometh on Fri Aug 28, 2015 1:17 pm

Princess Demi Alexandra wrote:
Kami Tenchi wrote:
Princess Demi Alexandra wrote:
Celice wrote:
It isn't a register it's a sound like fry and whistle.  It's just an airy sound when you don't sustain a note.
Wtf? Falsetto, fry and whistle notes can all be sustained Eh

How can non-modals be supported?  Modal=supported, non-modal is not.  If they were supported they'd be modal.
The term can apparently be very subjective

Okay then.
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