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Tuukka Haapaniemi

Post  The Long Shot on Sat Mar 12, 2016 5:11 am



Voice Type: Bass
Vocal Range: E0-F♯5

Significant High Notes:

F♯5: "Sassy"
F5: "Thinkin' About Your Body"
E♭5: "Thinkin' About Your Body"
B4: "Thinkin' About Your Body"
A4: "Walking On The Moon"
G♯4: "Ochi Chernye"
F♯4: "Sassy"
E4: "Ochi Chernye"
E♭4: "Sassy", "Thinkin' About Your Body"
D4: "With Or Without You"
C♯4: "Brothers In Arms", "Ochi Chernye"
C4: "Life On Mars?", "You're The Voice"
B3: "Brothers In Arms", "Nothing Else Matters", "Sassy"
B♭3: "Alone", "With Or Without You"
A3: "Walking On The Moon"
G♯3: "Brothers In Arms"
G3: "You're The Voice"

Significant Low Notes:

E♭2: "Sassy", "Thinkin' About Your Body", "With Or Without You"
D2: "Alone", "Life On Mars?", "Ochi Chernye", "Royals", "Walking On The Moon"
C♯2: "Brothers In Arms", "Under The Bridge"
C2: "Life On Mars?", "No Son Of Mine", "Nothing Else Matters", "You're The Voice"
B1: "Brothers In Arms", "Under The Bridge", "Walking On The Moon"
B♭1: "Alone", "Life On Mars?", "No Son Of Mine", "Nothing Else Matters", "You're The Voice"
A1: "Royals", "Under The Bridge", "Walking On The Moon"
G♯1: "Alone", "Brothers In Arms", "Just Dance", "Ochi Chernye", "Running Up That Hill"
G1: "Just Dance", "Royals"
E1: "De Profundis"
E♭1: "Sassy", "Thinkin' About Your Body"
D1: "Royals"
E0: "De Profundis"

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*Blue marks probable non-modal notes.
*Underlines mark notes found in lead vocals.


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Bass singer for the Finnish acappella group Club For Five. Possesses a strong and chesty lower register that can go well into the first octave with no struggle, pairing that with a high register that he maintains surprisingly amazing control over. Isn't afraid to take risks in his singing, either, pushing his voice to its limits and maintaining really good tone throughout.

If you have any other notes that I need to be aware of, don't hesitate to reply![/color][/color]


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Re: Tuukka Haapaniemi

Post  The Long Shot on Sat Mar 12, 2016 5:12 am



Thoughts about the notes here? The E1 is worthy of inclusion for sure, but I'll hear opinions on the E0 before making any decision.
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Re: Tuukka Haapaniemi

Post  SubjectAlpha on Sat Mar 12, 2016 7:57 am

The E0 is pretty shitty to be honest.
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Post  Princesszolli Demi on Sat Mar 12, 2016 8:19 am

That E0 is... #TheWankening
The E1 is definitly note-worthy though Yeah!
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Post  The Long Shot on Sat Mar 12, 2016 10:14 am

SubjectAlpha wrote:The E0 is pretty shitty to be honest.

I suppose, but honestly, how could an E0 sound better than that? It's well out of any human's chest range, and is going to be produced by vocal fry every time. Hell, I'd say that's the most solid and legit 0-octave note on the forum except for Sumner's G#0; it's really well controlled and in tune.
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Re: Tuukka Haapaniemi

Post  Princesszolli Demi on Sat Mar 12, 2016 12:27 pm

The Long Shot wrote:
SubjectAlpha wrote:The E0 is pretty shitty to be honest.

I suppose, but honestly, how could an E0 sound better than that? It's well out of any human's chest range, and is going to be produced by vocal fry every time. Hell, I'd say that's the most solid and legit 0-octave note on the forum except for Sumner's G#0; it's really well controlled and in tune.
that's a fair point Yeah!
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Re: Tuukka Haapaniemi

Post  Molandfreak on Sat Mar 12, 2016 5:58 pm

It's decent enough I think. It's as worthy of inclusion as Austin Brown's E♭1; not 100% serious, but he intended to hit E0, hit it on pitch, and undoubtedly within a musical context.
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Re: Tuukka Haapaniemi

Post  Toast on Mon Apr 04, 2016 6:37 am

Multiple G♯1s and G1s in this video. My god, he has some phenomenal control over his voice.
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Here's Club For Five's arrangement of "Ochi Chernye". He bottoms out at G♯1. His high notes include a few C♯4s, a couple of E4s, and he hits a chesty G♯4 at the end (before jumping down three octaves to a G♯1. Jesus Christ, this guy is amazing.)
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Multiple D2s and a couple of A1s and G1s in this arrangement of "Royals". Also, if I'm not mistaken, that's a D1 at 3:46 and 4:10.
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I'm not sure what this song is, but it starts at around 2:00. There are a few B4s, a couple of E♭4s, and an F5 at 3:50. Multiple E♭2s in the bassline (it starts a half step higher, but he seems to go down half a step by the second half) and a slide to E♭1 at 4:31. Also, there are some whistle notes at the end. They're hardly noteworthy, I just thought that they were kind of hilarious.
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Re: Tuukka Haapaniemi

Post  The Long Shot on Mon Apr 04, 2016 7:15 am

Yeah, this guy's pretty incredible. I doubt his thread will ever be finished because there's only one album of Club for Five's that's readily available on the internet, but his voice is still worth documenting. Definitely among the most incredible vocal control and flexibility I've seen.

The bottom song is a "cover/jam" of Bobby McFerrin's "Thinkin' About Your Body". I won't count the whistle notes for obvious reasons, but they do get up to C6, I believe.
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