HIMYM was good. I think it overstayed its welcome a bit...B6 wrote:I don't watch much 'comedic' TV anymore, but I would say HIMYM is pretty good. I regret ever wasting my time watching The Big Bang Theory, though.
The Big Bang Theory is just one of the most painfully unfunny shows I've ever seen in my life.
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B6 wrote:I don't watch much 'comedic' TV anymore, but I would say HIMYM is pretty good. I regret ever wasting my time watching The Big Bang Theory, though.
I think that note might even be F♯5, by the way. What title should I put in the OP?
1.) I would just put the title as "How I Met Your Mother"
2.) I'm a huge fan of the show, but season 8/9 dropped off a lot. Otherwise, great show.
3.) I would put the second highest "Yeah" in there as well.
4.) I expect there will be a lot more to put in now that Hedwig has opened.
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Wanderlust wrote:Also some nice G♯2s and G2s by Ted in that, and maybe an F2 at 0:40? I've heard him sing up to G4 before too, so he might have more to find in terms of singing range as well.
I agree his low range sounded really solid, naturally his voice has a nice light tone to it I can imagine he has a decent high range. There's bound to be more videos of him singing some in the 9 season of the show.
Starman wrote:also I don't think the G#4 section is that significant anymore.
Pretty epic G♯4 at 5:42.
The thing is that if I recall correctly, his background to singing is mostly musical theatre-based, and musical theatre tends to have tenors starting their "money notes" around G4 in songs. So even if it is a pretty easy note for him in some cases, there's still some great examples of him singing it as a "high note" regardless.
Don't see why it wouldn't be since he doesn't have that many notes in any section.Starman wrote:also I don't think the G#4 section is that significant anymore.
A4 is his most common clear top note. G#4 is only a half step below that. I would not delete it.
No one cares. (That's as nicely as I can put it)egoceyo wrote:guys i have a question.what is his head voice range? was those g#5's his head voice? (Dream on)
But if you want we can pretend to know what's going on in another person's throat and how it relates to non-definable terms and say yes.
or no. Depending on who you ask.
I note watched wrongly sorry lol, but why's it say his lowest note's an F2 when under "Significant Low Notes" it's got his lowest note as being an E2?
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Wanderlust wrote:lol that's just random speaking. Nothing to see here, folks.Griffin_Lloyd11 wrote:I don't know if this is right but I found this... C♯2 ("How I Met Your Mother": Oh Honey)
Sorry for the inconvenience everybody.
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