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Post  Gilmour56 on Thu Feb 07, 2013 6:35 am

no hes right i meant song for the deaf, I thought thats what you guys meant. The only thing I can hear in song for the dead that high is a slide from Bb5 to G5 during the chorus which is a lapsteel Confused

could you point me to the exact part of the song, sorry to mess everything up

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Post  Guest on Thu Feb 07, 2013 7:06 am

Ah yes, Bb5 to G5 it is. Like I said, could have been an instrument. I'm only listening through speakers.
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Post  Stoner on Thu Feb 07, 2013 9:36 am

*Waiting for review*
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Post  Stoner on Mon Feb 11, 2013 3:11 am

Meh, it's long
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Post  Guest on Mon Feb 11, 2013 7:30 am

Looks fine to me.
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Post  Stoner on Mon Feb 11, 2013 11:09 am

Ok, please move on this thread on the principal section then Mr. Green
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Re: Josh Homme

Post  Stoner on Mon Mar 04, 2013 10:07 am

Popcorn
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Re: Josh Homme

Post  Guest on Tue Mar 05, 2013 1:48 am

The "Ready for review" label is still there"
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Post  joansamo on Tue Mar 05, 2013 2:54 am

A4 on caligulove https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkZOPHTYWTc
1:17

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Re: Josh Homme

Post  Stoner on Tue Mar 05, 2013 1:06 pm

Jerki Jerkinnen wrote:The "Ready for review" label is still there"
No
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Post  Stoner on Tue Mar 05, 2013 1:12 pm

joansamo wrote:A4 on caligulove https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkZOPHTYWTc
1:17

Yeah, great find. He also gets it in the studio version Smile
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Post  Sandblasted on Thu Jul 11, 2013 5:16 pm

Nice A4s @ :47 and in the other choruses, very "heady" sounding but I would still call them black (or least orange):



One of the few live versions he's actually done with the band, the A4s are "blacker" sounding albeit strained:


He hits some C3s (maybe B2s) in both versions as well if they're considered significant.

And just for fun a spoken F♯2 @ :46 Yeah! (from the hidden track on Blood Mountain after "Pedulous Skin")

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Re: Josh Homme

Post  Sandblasted on Sat Aug 10, 2013 7:38 am

Since "...Like Clockwork" hasn't really been checked yet I decided to do it myself, he actually gets a bit of a range extension thanks to a bizarre scream in "Smooth Sailing" and some backing vox in "I Appear Missing", I'm not sure if it's him or Trent that does the C5 in "Kalopsia" but I added it anyway. I didn't take notes (usually when I notewatch I make a Notepad file) and this is going off memory, so some pitchs might be off and I may have missed a few notes.

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Voice type: Low tenor
Total vocal range: F♯1-F♯5
Sung vocal range: B♭1-E♭5

Significient high notes:

F♯5 - Smooth Sailing
E♭5 - Feel Good Hit of the Summer (Big Day Out '03), Sick, Sick, Sick
C#5 - Wannabe in L.A. (live at Jay Leno)
C5 - Mexicola, Kalopsia
B4 - In My Head, New Fang, Restless
B♭4 - Sick, Sick, Sick (intro scream), Feel Good Hit of the Summer (Big Day Out '01 and '03), I Never Came, Sick, Sick, Sick
A4 - Caligulove, Colony of Birchmen, If Only (EP Version), Interlude with Ludes, No One Loves Me And Neither Do I, Scumbag Blues, Stone Cold Crazy (cover), Smooth Sailing
G♯4 - Feel Good Hit of the Summer (Big Day Out '01), Restless, Dead End Friends, First It Giveth, If Only (LP Version), No One Knows, The Sky Is Fallin' , I Sat by the Ocean, Fairweather Friends
G4 - I Never Came, Interlude with Ludes, Mexicola, My God Is the Sun, No One Knows, Regular John, Sick, Sick, Sick, Feel Good hit of the Summer (Big Day Out '01), A Song for the Dead, Avon, Make It Wit Chu, ...Like Clockwork
F♯4 - Dead End Friends, First It Giveth, How to Handle a Rope, If Only (EP Version), New Fang, Reptiles, In My Head

Significient low notes:

D4 - Make It Wit Chu (low falsetto FTW)
B2 - Little Sister, Dead End Friends, New Fang, The Vampyre of Time and Memory
B♭2 - First It Giveth, If Only (LP Version), Restless, Wannabe in L.A. (live at Jay Leno)
A2 - Bandoliers, I Was a Teenage Hand Model, Make It Wit Chu
G♯2 - First It Giveth, Reptiles
G2 - Interlude with Ludes, Make It Wit Chu, Sick, Sick, Sick
F♯2 - Message to Mastodon ["Blood Mountain" hidden track]
E2 - Dark as a Dungeon (live)
E♭2 - I Appear Missing
D2 - Interview (WBCN, October 2007)
B♭1 - Feel Good Hit of the Summer
G1 - Interlude with Ludes
F♯1 - Interlude with Ludes

Also, I'm curious who does the E2 in the intro to "Fairweather Friends", it doesn't sound like Josh tho (possibly Elton?).
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Re: Josh Homme

Post  DonutsGalacticos on Wed Sep 18, 2013 11:01 pm

Man, i've been listening to their last record and it's quite amazing, don't know them so well to say it's the better they've done but hell, some really creative music there.
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Re: Josh Homme

Post  Stoner on Mon Feb 03, 2014 2:29 am

Added new notes from Like Clockwork, thanks a lot man. And also the A4 in Colony of Birshman & the F#2
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Re: Josh Homme

Post  walkingstethoscopes on Mon Feb 03, 2014 9:17 pm

He gets awesome G4s in Keep Your Eyes Peeled  Very Happy 

1:43, but he also hits G4 in several other spots in the song (idk how many in this version, as it's the music video which has shortened the song)
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Post  Stoner on Mon Feb 03, 2014 9:43 pm

Added! Very Happy
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Re: Josh Homme

Post  Pepe Forever on Tue Feb 04, 2014 5:35 am

If the falsettos on "Make it With Chu" are him, the doesn't he hit B4s in that song?
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Re: Josh Homme

Post  Stoner on Tue Feb 04, 2014 11:08 am

I'm not sure the falsettos "I wanna make it wit chu" in the chorus are theirs
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Post  R.I.P. Rapport Rapturer on Mon Mar 17, 2014 7:20 am

Honestly, I'd describe Homme's voice as a baritone. It's bright and has a nice ping to it, but I don't hear a true tenor in any way while listening to him. His voice is certainly deeper than Grohl's, in my opinion. He definitely has more ease down there, plus a nice dark sound to his lower register while singing in studio. Live, it's got less power to it, but you have to realize how hard it is to vocalize your lower reaches with a high-decibel band stampeding behind you at the same time. I certainly have a lot of experience about this, as my lower register is usually rather effortless, but with a very loud electric band and a warmed-up voice loses a lot of its normal power.

What do you think, Stoner? Probably not going to agree with me, but just listen to something like "Elephant". Great, resonant G2s, and generally a very 'normal' tessitura. Sure, he has sung bright, easy G4s, but that's certainly not unheard of. The majority of higher baritone voices are able to sing continuous phrases around A4, some even higher, with a clear sound and not much effort, but it requires a great control over one's instrument and breathing.
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Post  Pepe Forever on Mon Mar 17, 2014 8:06 am

Rapport Rapturer wrote:Honestly, I'd describe Homme's voice as a baritone. It's bright and has a nice ping to it, but I don't hear a true tenor in any way while listening to him. His voice is certainly deeper than Grohl's, in my opinion. He definitely has more ease down there, plus a nice dark sound to his lower register while singing in studio. Live, it's got less power to it, but you have to realize how hard it is to vocalize your lower reaches with a high-decibel band stampeding behind you at the same time. I certainly have a lot of experience about this, as my lower register is usually rather effortless, but with a very loud electric band and a warmed-up voice loses a lot of its normal power.

What do you think, Stoner? Probably not going to agree with me, but just listen to something like "Elephant". Great, resonant G2s, and generally a very 'normal' tessitura. Sure, he has sung bright, easy G4s, but that's certainly not unheard of. The majority of higher baritone voices are able to sing continuous phrases around A4, some even higher, with a clear sound and not much effort, but it requires a great control over one's instrument and breathing.

YES!
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Post  Stoner on Fri Mar 21, 2014 2:41 am

Baritenor or Baritone that is a tough question oh my


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Post  R.I.P. Rapport Rapturer on Wed Apr 09, 2014 9:49 pm

Smooth A4s on "Scumbag Blues", sounds great and relaxed!
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Re: Josh Homme

Post  Stoner on Wed Apr 09, 2014 10:19 pm

They're already in the OP since the first day! I counted them as blue because they're very heady, especially live, but in studio they sound well mixed, so...yeah i'll go for the black they sound great.
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Re: Josh Homme

Post  Stoner on Sun Aug 03, 2014 10:29 am

Even if this have no big value...Josh and his two octaves won the title of...THE BEST VOCALIST OF 2014?
http://www.revolvermag.com/goldengods2014/best-vocalist/

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