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Andrew Huang & Boyinaband - "A To Z"


Andrew Huang & Boyinaband A To Z

Release Type: User
Audio Type: Single-track
Reductions: Yes (Authored)
Pitched Vocals: Yes
Vocals Gender: Male (2)

Band:
Guitar:
Drums:
Vocals:
Bass:
Keys:
Pro Keys:
Pro Guitar:
Pro Bass:

Author Notes

11/21/2017 Update:
Wii and PS3 versions are now available for download.
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All venues, animations, and manual reductions. In the video, Pro Keyboard chart uses the Phase Shift engine due to the lack of a Keyboard controller.
 
Main vocals are of Andrew Huang's while harmonies are Boyinaband.



6 Comments

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Iron Hawk
October 6, 2017

YES THANK YOU SO SO MUCH! I mean it, thank you so so much, I love this song! thank you :D

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CTRLCMD
October 7, 2017
This looks really cool! In the preview, it looks like there are pitched vocals, but this page states that there arent. Ill probably still download this, but which is it?
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TheBassSinger
October 8, 2017

This looks really cool! In the preview, it looks like there are pitched vocals, but this page states that there arent. Ill probably still download this, but which is it?

I'm a little confused by the description to what pitched vocals are. So I just went with my gut instinct. I fixed it to say it has pitched vocals.

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Iron Hawk
October 8, 2017

I'm a little confused by the description to what pitched vocals are. So I just went with my gut instinct. I fixed it to say it has pitched vocals.

Basically pitched vocals are well vocals with the vocals charted with the pictches, while un-pitched ones, are no pitch, whihc to do you just put a # at the end of ervey lyric line you put

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atupomaruru
October 8, 2017

Basically pitched vocals are well vocals with the vocals charted with the pictches, while un-pitched ones, are no pitch, whihc to do you just put a # at the end of ervey lyric line you put

 

Also note that the "Pitched vocals" entry in the database should only be marked NO if you are using talkies for vocal parts that are clearly pitched and would have been charted as such if done according to Harmonix standards. The vocals in the preview video definitely use talkies in a reasonable way, so go with YES.

 

I hadn't heard of this track before but I have to say it's pretty cool and entertaining. Figuring what genres were used for each letter was a lot of fun.

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TheBassSinger
October 10, 2017

Basically pitched vocals are well vocals with the vocals charted with the pictches, while un-pitched ones, are no pitch, whihc to do you just put a # at the end of ervey lyric line you put

 

 

Also note that the "Pitched vocals" entry in the database should only be marked NO if you are using talkies for vocal parts that are clearly pitched and would have been charted as such if done according to Harmonix standards. The vocals in the preview video definitely use talkies in a reasonable way, so go with YES.

 

I hadn't heard of this track before but I have to say it's pretty cool and entertaining. Figuring what genres were used for each letter was a lot of fun.

I see. Thanks for the clarification!