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How low can you go? Not as low as this bloke, I bet.

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Reckon you've got bass? Pfft. This guy will make your low F# sound like a squeak.

 

 

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our local big name bass vocalist passed away last year:

 

 

 

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Lovely sound.

he's done some stuff with a russian orthodox choir which I will investigate.

 

However I don't quite get the physics of the notes he's capable of producing for his guiness world record.

Quote from Wikipedia:

"...

In 2012, Storms reclaimed the record for the Lowest Note Produced by a Human. The new record is G−7, or 0.189 Hz, eight octaves below the lowest G on the piano, or just over seven octaves below the piano.[5] The most recent published record is in the 2020 Guinness Book of World Records.

Storms' record-setting sounds are so low as to be infrasonic, incapable of being perceived by the human ear. The 2012 record requires more than five seconds for the vocal cords to oscillate once.

\new Staff \with { \remove "Time_signature_engraver" }{\clef bass g,,,,,,,,,,}

(above)G−7 ..."

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22 hours ago, Woodwind said:

However I don't quite get the physics of the notes he's capable of producing for his guiness world record.

Quote from Wikipedia:

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The new record is G−7, or 0.189 Hz

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It does sound very, very strange. That sound wave would be over a mile long. Is there even any sense in calling that a note? 

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