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Adam Rupp

Post  WLord1310 on Wed Jul 13, 2016 7:45 am



Voice Type: Tss Dum Tum Tss Tum Tum Bah Pum Kah Kah Tssssss (Occasional Tenor)
Vocal Range: Tss1 – AUUH7 (G1 – C7)

About Adam:
Adam Rupp is the vocal percussionist of the acapella group Home Free. He, along with his brother Chris founded the group in 2000, being the only member that remains to date. Because he is the beatboxer, he doesn’t sing very often, except in a few occasions where the percussion isn’t necessary, he sings with the rest as a normal tenor. Many of their studio notes are hard to deduct, as his singing is very similar to Rob and Chris combined, plus it sounds a bit weaker than them, so his voice can easily be camouflaged.
From what has been collected, he can do some solid growl notes (some are authentic, others are combinations of the second and/or third octave), sing the whole fourth octave in chest voice, and some brief falsetto notes, mostly drawn from their “Drum Solos”.

Significant High Notes:
C7 - ("This is How We Roll")
B♭5 - ("Drum Solo (Hagerstown 9-29-15 / Vancouver 03-21-15)")
A5 - ("Goodbye My Coney Island (Live)", "Sing Off Tour (Atlantic City)")
G5 - ("Beatbox vs Drummer", "Drum Solo (The Paramount Theatre, Saint Cloud)")
F♯5 - ("Loop Station Beatboxing")
F5 - ("Drum Solo (Live at The Maryland Theater, Hagerstown)")
E5 - ("Goodbye My Coney Island (Live)", “London pigeons got jam 3 (Vine)”)
E♭5 - ("Beatbox vs. Drummer (Dustin Lemke Tribute Show 2012)", "Canadian pigeons got jam 1 (Vine)")
D5 - ("Loop Station Beatboxing")
C♯5 - ("Ring of Fire (Sing Off version)")
C5 - ("Gangnam Style (Guilty Pleasures)")
B4 - ("Cruise (Sing-Off version)", "Full of Cheer", "O’ Holy Night", "Sing Off 4 Face Off (BTS)", “YMCA”)
B♭4 - ("Gangnam Style (Guilty Pleasures)")
A4 - ("Beatbox vs. Drummer (Dustin Lemke Tribute Show 2012)", "O’ Holy Night")
G♯4 - (“I’m Alright”)
G4 - ("Angels We Have Heard on High", "Feelin' It", "Full of Cheer", "The Butts Remix (live)")
F♯4 - ("Full of Cheer", "The Butts Remix", "What We Ain't Got")
F4 - ("Angels We Have Heard on High")
E4 - ("Can't Stop the Feeling")
E♭4 - ("Don't it Feel Good" (live), "Fishin’ In the Dark / Boondocks", "Rollin' Stone")

Significant Low Notes:
C♯3 - ("Friends in Low Places", "Story of My Life")
B2 - ("I'll Be Home For Christmas", "O’ Holy Night")
B♭2 - ("Pigeons got jam 6 (Vine)")
A2 - ("Pigeons got jam 4 (Vine)")
G♯2 - ("Gangnam Style" (Concert at Hosanna Lutheran Church))
G2 - ("Can’t Stop the Feeling", "Full of Cheer", "Pigeons got jam 7 (Vine)")
F♯2 - ("The Butts Remix")
F2 - ("Drum Solo" (Live at South Portland))
E♭2 - ("House Party", "Soundcheck (Wisconsin State Fair 7/31/2014)")
C2 - ("Fishin’ In the Dark / Boondocks")
B1 - ("Fishin’ In the Dark / Boondocks")
B♭1 - ("Soundcheck (Wisconsin State Fair 7/31/2014)")
G♯1 - ("Drum Solo (UNH 9/13/14)")
G1 - ("Loop Station Beatboxing")

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Blue marks notes in falsetto or fry register.
Green marks growled notes.
Underlines mark notes that are in backing vocals or otherwise obscured.
Italics mark non-sung notes.

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Post  The Long Shot on Wed Jul 13, 2016 8:01 am

Just gonna be frank: we don't use red for threads anymore. When in doubt, don't count it. And if you really want to distinguish fry notes, mark them with blue. Gray is used in a few threads, though I wouldn't say it's "accepted" among the TRP community.

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Post  AxelFuentes on Wed Jul 13, 2016 8:13 am

Finally! Dance Dance Dance

Where is the F♯2 in "The Butts Remix?"
Also there's an inhaled scream C7 in "This is How We Roll"
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Post  WLord1310 on Wed Jul 13, 2016 8:36 am


There are two brief F#2s at 2:01, but hearing them again, now I think those sound like a bit of fry.

And thanks for remind me the C7, I have heard it before but had my doubts.
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Post  WLord1310 on Sat Aug 20, 2016 11:49 am

If someone with a godly sense of pitch deduction is reading, can you please help me with a particular section of "Mom"? (from 0:30 to 0:45)


I labelled the 4th note as a B♭2, but I might be absolutely wrong. With headphones the background notes sound like Eb3 - D3 - C3 - B♭2, and without them it's like G3 - F3 - E♭3 - C3. Maybe even both of them are wrong.

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