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How to Sing Avi Kaplan & Tim Foust Low Notes Growl Firebreathing

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41 thoughts on “How to Sing Avi Kaplan & Tim Foust Low Notes Growl Firebreathing”

  1. This is cool. Can you sing in higher registers as well? Like all the 80s
    Rock wailing stuff with a chesty mix?

  2. I’ve been able to do this for years! Thank god it’s a real technique lmao.
    this is such a fascinating video. thank you David!

  3. For sake of variety, I just thought I’d let you know that in the vocal
    percussion community, we refer to this as throat bass!

  4. Hey there,
    I’m not really sure I’m doing it right – it sounds good for me, but it
    costs me a lot of air, and I can keep the note just for a second or two..
    and after this I feel like I’m going to faint lol.
    and I can’t reach very low maybe because I just started practising (2-3
    weeks), my chest voice finish around C#2, and I managed to growl B1-Bb1,,
    one time even an A.

    Is that normal?
    thanks :D

  5. I’ve always wondered what that was called. I can do this from e2 down to
    g0-a1ish. I can hold a note in my chest voice and drop down an exact octave
    into this range. My lowest chest note is a B2 (second B on the piano) but
    this allows me to get much lower at concerts with microphones. I can also
    smoothly transition into this register/range/whatever it’s called from my
    chest voice, so many people think it’s my real voice. Pretty awesome. My
    highest chest voice is G4, but ever since I got really good at this, I have
    not been able to use a single note in falsetto, but I found a range halfway
    in between chest and falsetto that I can get up to G5 in.

  6. Oh yeaaaaah I’ve always been able to do this. I’m a baritone so I use it to
    look like a bass in front of girls ;)

  7. can you please add more videos about this? i can’t find any sources
    anywhere thank you for sharing that! (y)

  8. I very hilariously tried this as a female soprano with a cold.
    Quick warning: don’t. It sounds very, very funny, but… Yeah. This didn’t
    mix well with my sore throat, so it probably won’t if you have one, too.

  9. Greetings, I am a bass singer for my middle school choir. Last time I
    checked with my teacher, he told me my lowest note is an A1, but I may be a
    bit lower. I can do growl for beatboxing growling but I don’t know if it’s
    the same as singing growl notes, so I wanted to check. :3. Also I’m 12 and
    in 7th grade.

  10. Help me plz i can do the growl but i don’t know how to change notes. i
    think i get a G or F# ish note… help

  11. I CAN DO IT!!! I was finally able to grown the low note at the end of The
    Tim Foust Misty Mountains video. Now I can sing the whole thing. :D

  12. Holy shit, I did it! 😀 Well.. kinda.. I’m a female soprano. But I had to
    try.. because I’m curious, and I made a really deep sound! 😀 wee

  13. Or maybe the numbers are wrong, idk. My highest chest voice is the G the
    5th above middle C, and the half falsetto goes up to the g or A one octave
    above middle C. And by E2 I really meant the 2nd E on the piano, but the
    numbers with this really confuse me.

  14. I have noticed however, that there is 2 or 3 notes in the middle of this
    “fire breathing” range that I cannot hit. I can hit above and below it
    clearly and effectively, but not in that range. Anyone else have this?

  15. Hey Mr. Larson, I have a question for you! I can comfortably sing down to
    the C1, though I can sometimes hit the A0 without having to use the
    fry/growl or any other technique. Would you say that I should just not even
    bother with the fire-breathing technique?

  16. I never knew this was a technique. I can’t can’t sing or sing bass for
    shit, but I’m able do do this easily but have never heard it on a mic. This
    is awesome

  17. I can hit F/F#/G/G# and suprisingly i also can hit a C1 on pitch, but every
    note between the C and F is impossible to hit for me.. 🙁 :D

  18. I feel like I am doing this wrong. Been practicing this for awhile now and
    can only growl one note :(

  19. I’m a female soprano but I can easily do that growl sound as I’ve done it
    for a long time just for fun without knowing that it actually is a singing
    technique. the problem is that I can only growl 3-4 different notes and I
    can’t sing all the notes in between C3 and growling 😅

  20. Fishin’ in the dark live was incredible when he hit that note. I saw them
    last November and they were incredible.

  21. Umm… I can’t clear my throat like that. Whenever I do it it sounds
    absolutely nothing like that. How do you do it?

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