Anssi Känsälä

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Anssi Känsälä

Post  Guest on Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:53 am

Voice type: Baritone
Sung range: F2-E5

Significant high notes:

E5 ("Ain't No Love (In the Heart of the City)" live at Kamppi 2011)
C5 ("Pokemon Theme")
B♭4 ("Pokemon Theme")
A4 ("Ain't No Love (In the Heart of the City)" live at Kamppi 2011, "Pokemon Theme")
G4 ("Kai Vielä Tuntea Näin Saan", "Mrs. Robison" live in Helsinki 2012)
F4 ("Kuume", "Neidonryöstö", "Taas Aurinko Paistaa")

Significant low notes:

F2 ("Mä Elän Vieläkin" live in Hyvinkää 2012)
F♯2 ("Kulkuripoika" live at Kaustinen Folk Music Festival 2012)
G2 ("Taas Aurinko Paistaa")
A2 ("Ain't No Love (In the Heart of the City)" live at Kamppi 2011, "Jenkkapotpuri" live 2012, "Kulkuripoika" live at Kaustinen Folk Music Festival 2012, "Vie Mut Kotiin" live in Hyvinkää 2012)
B♭2 ("In the Ghetto" live at Santa Fe, Tammisaari 2011, "Tukkipoika" live 2012)
B2 ("Elettiin Vain Yhtä Kesäpäivää", "Takarivin Finninaama")

*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.

Mainly known for his vocals on the classic Finnish Pokemon theme song, Känsälä has been working on various music projects during his 20 year tenure. Quite revered among the musician circles, Känsälä's the most comfortable singing warm low range pop tunes, but can also belt it out when necessary. His natural vocal timbre is extremely similar to Jeff Scott Soto's, which is covered by his lack of rock distortion.

1:01 - That sounds freakily much like Soto tonally... Same here:

And what he's known for:


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