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D.C. Cooper

Post  Guest on Sat Oct 20, 2012 12:33 am



Vocal style: Light, bright highs, pseudo-operatic mid-range, powerfully bassy baritone area. Sticks to the mid-upper part of his voice in most songs.

High notes:
B♭5 ("Six Past the Hour")
F♯5 ("Half Past Loneliness", "Message to God")
F5 ("Easy Living", "We Must Remain")
E5 ("Give it Up", "Restless", "Silent Scream", "Trilogy: The Blade", "Theater of Pain", "The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown)")
E♭5 ("Far Away", "Half Past Loneliness", "In From The Dark", "One More Day", "River of Pain", "Tearing Down the World", "The Union", "Time Will Tell")
D5 ("An Empty Shell", "Angel's Gone", "Half Past Loneliness", "New World Order", "Roncesvalles' Day", "Show Me How to Live" "Valhalla")
C♯5 ("Broken, Wings", "Long Way Home", "Silent Scream", "Stay Down", "Tearing Down the World", "Time")
C5 ("Angel's Gone", "Another Man Down", "Empire of Future", "Hard Rain's Coming", "One More Day")
B4 ("River of Pain", "Tearing Down the World", "Time Will Tell")
B♭4 ("Message to God", "Time Will Tell")
A4 ("Long Way Home")
G♯4 ("It's Over", "Long Way Home", "River of Pain", "Silent Scream", "Tearing Down the World")

Low Notes:
E♭3 ("It's Over", "River of Pain")
C♯3 ("Message to God")
B2 ("Goodbye My Ghost")
B♭2 ("New World Order", "The Awakening", "Time Will Tell")
G♯2 ("It's Over", "The Awakening")
G2 ("Show Me How to Live")
E♭2 ("Heroes", "Trilogy: The Blade", "Time Enough")
C2 ("Message to God")
B♭1 ("Tell Me Why")
A1 ("Sun and Steel")

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*Underlined notes are found in backing vocals or otherwise obscured in the song mix.
*Italics mark non-sung notes.

This thread is currently undergoing re-development...
Old OP:
Voice type: Baritone
Sung range: G♯1-B♭5
Total range: G♯1-G♯6

Significant high notes:

G♯6 ("Iron Hand")
G6 ("Man & Machine")
B♭5 ("Six Past the Hour")
F♯5 ("Within Yourself")
F5 ("We Must Remain," "Easy Living")
E5 ("Infatuator", "Picture Of A Shadow", "The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown)", "Theatre of Pain," "Give It Up," "Time," "Live For The Day," "Six Past The Hour," "Trilogy: Gladiator," "In From The Dark," "Running Through The Fire")
E♭5 ("Far Away", "Merry Minstrel", "Six Past The Hour," "New World Order," "Divine Spark,"
"River of Pain," "Time Will Tell," "1348," "Time," "Saints and Sinners," "Tell Me Why," "New Experiment," "Fall Into Oblivion," "Heroes," "Death Comes In Disguise," "Iron Hand")
D5 ("New World Order," "Roncesvalles' Day," "Walhalla," "Crying My Heart Away," "Truth And Tragedy", "An Empty Shell")
C♯5 ("Silent Scream," "Time," "Stay Down," "Broken Wings")
C5 ("New World Order," "Long Way Home," "Townrazer," "Empire of Future," "The King of Fools", "Hard Rain's Coming")
B4 ("Message to God," "New Experiment, "Ride The Storm")

Significant low notes:

G♯1 ("Tell Me Why")
B1 ("Message to God," "Heroes")
C2 ("Sun and Steel," "Ride The Storm")
C♯2 ("Goodbye My Ghost," "New World Order," "Crying My Heart Away," "Battle's Eve," "Live For The Day," "New Experiment")
D2 ("Winds of the Sun," "Theatre of Pain," "Sun and Steel," "Crying My Heart Away")
E♭2 ("Last Goodbye," "Aquatic Majesty," "Empire of Future," "Trilogy: The Blade," "Hold On")
E2 ("Iron Hand," "Reflections, Part 1")
F2 ("We Must Remain")

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*Orange marks notes with questionable registers: absolutely no use figuring out these.
*Blue marks probable non-modal notes.
*Red marks extremely bad, unimpressive or unintentional notes.
*Italics mark non-sung notes.


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Re: D.C. Cooper

Post  Hopscotch on Wed Jan 16, 2013 4:41 pm

The B♭5 is black, the "G6" is actually a black F♯5, and the black F♯5 is actually a black F5.
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Post  Cro on Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:07 pm

Abacus wrote:the "G6" is actually a black F♯5

Definitely F♯, not sure which octave though
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Re: D.C. Cooper

Post  MrToddington on Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:19 pm

Bb5 sounds like obvious falsetto to me. Also, there's an F#5 in "Message to God" from memory - lots of highs around E5-F#5 on the album Paradox, actually.

Edit: Found it - 3:03


Also that B1 at the end sounds like a C#2 to me.
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Post  Guest on Thu Jan 17, 2013 12:27 am

The Bb5 is really whiny and thin but then so are all his highs LMFAO
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Re: D.C. Cooper

Post  Guest on Thu Jan 17, 2013 12:29 am

Ouch.
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Post  Hopscotch on Thu Jan 17, 2013 5:43 am

MrToddington wrote:Bb5 sounds like obvious falsetto to me.
Sounds like the same tone as the rest of his highs; just thinner (which makes sense since it's two tones higher than anything else we've heard by him).
MrToddington wrote:Also, there's an F#5 in "Message to God" from memory - lots of highs around E5-F#5 on the album Paradox, actually.

Edit: Found it - 3:03
Pretty faint, but I think I hear it. Aren't there F♯5s in "Infatuator" as well?
MrToddington wrote:Also that B1 at the end sounds like a C#2 to me.
Yeah all the lows for any of itsagchord's threads probably need major rechecking LOL.
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Post  Guest on Thu Jan 17, 2013 6:23 am

He's Got A Sung C#2 At Least =O
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Re: D.C. Cooper

Post  Sad Wings on Fri Jul 05, 2013 2:23 am

Don´t let this thread die Sad 



Actually, this is a very good cover Yeah!

1:45, 2:56, 3:06

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Re: D.C. Cooper

Post  axisundone on Fri Sep 13, 2013 1:30 am

D.C Cooper has a great tone. It's a shame his vowels are so weird in the mid-highs and highs Banghead 
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Re: D.C. Cooper

Post  Hopscotch on Fri Sep 13, 2013 9:11 am

Oh lord this thread's OP Facepalm God save the Queen 


btw solid A1 at 0:33 ROFL. The first clip sounds like a B♭1 too.
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Post  axisundone on Fri Sep 13, 2013 10:26 am

Abacus wrote:Oh lord this thread's OP Facepalm God save the Queen 


btw solid A1 at 0:33 ROFL. The first clip sounds like a B♭1 too.
I'm hearing the G#6 as a bad modal G#5.
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Post  MrToddington on Fri Sep 13, 2013 11:10 am

axisundone wrote:D.C Cooper has a great tone. It's a shame his vowels are so weird in the mid-highs and highs Banghead 
I love his tone on his lower notes for sure.

Also, I might be up for checking all these notes, but I'd rather clear it all and start again.
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Re: D.C. Cooper

Post  Sad Wings on Fri Sep 13, 2013 12:09 pm

Found very nice low singing.

http://picosong.com/yjVs/

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Re: D.C. Cooper

Post  Sad Wings on Wed Nov 06, 2013 3:55 am

Good to see the OP was reformed.

Tons of lower fifth octave notes here : (this video Laughing )


Great sustained at 1:27

If someone cares, his album with his first band The Tung Bandits should be checked. A lot of good highs there and his head voice sounds really nice.

Sustained C5 at 8:24. Probably the same note at 9:30

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