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Post  fawfulhasfury on Mon Jan 07, 2013 12:38 pm



Voice Type: Baritenor
Total Range: A1-C6

Significant High Notes:

  • C6 (''Montage'')
  • B♭5 (''Up There'')
  • A5 (''Jesus vs. Frosty'')
  • G♯5 (''Come Sail Away'', ''It's Easy M'Kay'', ''Up There'')
  • G5 (''Jesus vs. Frosty'', ''Bleeding Heart Rock'')
  • F♯5 (''Everyone Has Aids'', ''My Wishing Tree'')
  • F5 (''Swiss Colony Beeflog'', ''The Most Offensive Song Ever'', ''Livin' A Lie'')
  • E5 (''Just a Little Girl'', ''I Can Change'', ''The Most Offensive Song Ever'', ''Taco Flavoured Kisses'')
  • E♭5 (''Believe'')
  • C♯5 (''California Love'', ''What Would Brian Boitano Do?'', ''I'm Super'')
  • C5 (''We Can Live Together'', ''She Works Hard for the Money'', ''Everyone Has Aids'', ''Heart Of The Moment'', ''Cthulhu And Cartman Theme Song'', ''Minority Song'', ''Livin' A Lie'')
  • B4 (''Come Sail Away'', ''Welcome to Canada'', ''Body of Christ'', ''Mountain Town Song'', ''Kyle's Mom's A Bitch'', ''What Would Brian Boitano Do?'', ''I'm Super'', ''Fingerbang'', ''Pokerface'', 'Minority Song'', ''Timmy And The Lords Of The Underworld'', ''I Am Chewbacca'' live)
  • B♭4 (''Everyone Has Aids'', ''Oh Sherrie'', ''Livin' A Lie'')
  • A4 (''Mountain Town Song'', ''Uncle Fucker'', ''Kyle's Mom's A Bitch'', ''What Would Brian Boitano Do?'', ''I'm Super'', ''I Can Change'', ''I'm So Ronery'')

Significant Low Notes:

  • C3 (''I'm So Ronery'')
  • B2 (''The End Of An Act (Pearl Harbour Sucked)'', ''Warts On Your Dick'')
  • B♭2 (''Up There'', ''Gay Fish'')
  • A2 (''Freedom Isn't Free'', ''The Future Begins With You and Me'', ''The End Of An Act (Pearl Harbour Sucked)'')
  • G♯2 (''I Swear'')
  • G2 (''Jacking in San Diego'', ''The Hukilau Song'', ''Up There'', ''The End Of An Act (Pearl Harbour Sucked)'', ''Warts On Your Dick'')
  • F2 (''Cash For Gold Song'', ''A Ladder to Heaven'', ''Crab People Chant'')
  • E2 (''Warts O Your Dick'')
  • C2 (''Crab People Chant'', ''Lemmiwinks vs Wikileaks'')
  • A1 (''Lemmiwinks vs WikiLeaks'')

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*Purple mark notes found in backing vocals/harmonies
*Italics mark non-sung notes.




Previous OP:


Voice Type- Baritenor
Sung Range- F2-F5-G#5
Total Range- Bb1-A5-(don't have any higher falsetto yet)

Signifigant high notes:

A5 ("Jesus vs. Frosty")
G#5 ("Come Sail Away")
G5 ("Jesus vs. Frosty", "Bleeding Heart Rock")
F5 ("Swiss Colony Beeflog")
E5 ("Just a Little Girl")
Eb5 ("Believe"- Cher Parody)
C#5 ("California Love")
C5 ("We Can Live Together", "She Works Hard for the Money")
B4 (" Come Sail Away", "Welcome to Canada", Body of Christ")

Signifigant low notes:

A2 ("The Future Begins With You and Me")
G#2 ("I Swear")
G2 ("Jacking in San Diego", "The Hukilau Song")
F2 ("Cash For Gold Song", "A Ladder to Heaven")
Bb1 (Good Times With Weapons Commentary)
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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.


there you go martin  Smile

*I accounted for the pitch shift


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Post  Guest on Mon Jan 07, 2013 12:41 pm

well done Smile
Really a great job and the work shows
Just brilliant Smile

I thought Baritenor though??
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Post  Guest on Mon Jan 07, 2013 12:43 pm

Btw there must be a heap of high notes in THE SOUTH PARK MOVIE
I'd count anything done by his character in south park as part of his range
Stan and cartman are his voice
along with mr garison and timmy

I'll take a look and get back to you
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Post  fawfulhasfury on Mon Jan 07, 2013 12:46 pm

maybe baritenor (definitely not high baritone). not sure yet

i am using his characters from south park, half of these songs are sung by cartman.
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Post  Guest on Mon Jan 07, 2013 12:50 pm

fawfulhasfury wrote:maybe baritenor (definitely not high baritone). not sure yet

i am using his characters from south park, half of these songs are sung by cartman.

Take your time deciding the voice type listen a little more and make up your mind (If u ask me it could go either way)

Btw he gets F4s in when i was on top of you
Don't have to add em in
But he just seems really LT in that song really chesty F4 too

But honestly Great thread I couldn't ask for anything better Very Happy
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Post  fawfulhasfury on Mon Jan 07, 2013 1:16 pm

the A5's are at 1:04 and 1:53.
Also there's piss-easy low-mid 5th octave stuff all over the place from stan (and kyle which is matt stone, i'm making a thread for him too by the way). No idea how they could do this without any pitch-shifting or studio alteration at all.
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Post  Guest on Mon Jan 07, 2013 1:25 pm

fawfulhasfury wrote: the A5's are at 1:04 and 1:53.
Also there's piss-easy low-mid 5th octave stuff all over the place from stan (and kyle which is matt stone, i'm making a thread for him too by the way). No idea how they could do this without any pitch-shifting or studio alteration at all.

Lol Cartman is Kenny XD
I think maybe they are just really good voice actors

Btw a Matt Stone thread would be awesome dude
(I'm really postive he is A genuine LT I've heard many od his interviews and he fits that bill perfectly
His voice is lighter than treys too)
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Post  Guest on Mon Jan 07, 2013 1:36 pm

When he voices kids it's pitch-shifted
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Post  fawfulhasfury on Mon Jan 07, 2013 2:04 pm

not in jesus vs. frosty. for everything else yes by 3 semitones.
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Post  Guest on Mon Jan 07, 2013 2:07 pm

Oh is that factored into the OP? He gets low at the end of "Somalian Pirates We" and high as fuck on "Swiss Colony Beeflog"
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Post  fawfulhasfury on Mon Jan 07, 2013 2:21 pm

yeah.

doesn't get that low in the pirate song. black f5 at the end of swiss colony?
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Post  Guest on Wed Jan 09, 2013 8:50 am

Honestly dude
His voice sounds LT from The late 80s-About when south park season 6 and after that its just Baritenor tbh
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Post  MooseyFate on Wed Jan 09, 2013 4:52 pm

I count everything in this thread as pitch shifted until proven otherwise.
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Post  Guest on Wed Jan 09, 2013 11:25 pm

fawfulhasfury wrote:Voice Type- Baritenor

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Post  Preacher on Thu Jan 10, 2013 12:22 am

This guy is a low tenor
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Post  Guest on Thu Jan 10, 2013 12:29 am

Preacher wrote:This guy is a low tenor
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Post  Guest on Thu Jan 10, 2013 12:30 am

MooseyFate wrote:I count everything in this thread as pitch shifted until proven otherwise.

That's what I said but apparently they shift it up by 3 semitones exactly and couldn't pitchshift in the early South Park short for whatever reason...

Also:

Rumpelstiltskin wrote:Can we have ONE thread that's not a voice type argument please
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Post  Guest on Thu Jan 10, 2013 12:44 am

People need to get more self-reliant with the the labels, and not call everyone a 'baritenor'. That's the problem.

He is a low tenor. Now move on, people.
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Post  fawfulhasfury on Thu Jan 10, 2013 7:06 am

That's what I said but apparently they shift it up by 3 semitones exactly and couldn't pitchshift in the early South Park short for whatever reason...


Well yeah, they've said it in plenty of interviews that the kids voices and the canadians are always pitched up exactly 3 semitones. And Matt and Trey made Jesus vs. Frosty in college before South Park became a serious thing so i guess they just didn't bother with pitch shifting. I know for sure that there's none in that.


THIS GUY IS LEGITIMATELY A BARITENOR

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Post  Guest on Thu Jan 10, 2013 7:08 am

Laughing
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Post  Guest on Thu Jan 10, 2013 7:09 am

[quote="fawfulhasfury"]


THIS GUY IS LEGITIMATELY A BARITENOR


why is everyone so afraid of the word Baritenor
If we used Baritenor for half the singers we can't decide are HB or LT we would save so much constant debate about VT
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Post  Guest on Thu Jan 10, 2013 7:12 am

Laughing
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Post  Cesar on Thu Jan 10, 2013 8:19 am

The Challenger wrote:and not call everyone a 'baritenor'. That's the problem.

I agree.
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Re: Trey Parker

Post  SpiralStatic on Sat Jun 15, 2013 12:26 am

"Up There" from BLaU has sustained Ab5 at 1:32 going up to a Bb5, falsetto notes yes but RIDUCULOUSLY strong at that



also "Montage" has several C6's at the end though they're obviously comically strained



BTW can we please get rid of all the pitch-shifted stuff? At the very least adjust them to the original recorded pitch
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Post  SpiralStatic on Fri Jun 21, 2013 9:57 pm

Very powerful F2's and D2's with a few C2's in the Crab People chant during "South Park Is Gay"
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