A listener, who is a music teacher from Utah, calls in to break down Tim Pool’s musical abilities.
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Calling from an 801 area code. Who’s this where you’re calling from? Hey, Emma. This is Spencer in Utah. How are you doing? I’m doing well. How are you spencer? Oh super good. Hey, I hate it. Well, I do love to do it actually. I want to bring up Tim Poole’s music again. okay yeah mostly you know I got the right day because matt’s on he’s a music lover. but the last time one of the last times you brought it up I’m a music teacher Matt Lech you mentioned something about falsetto being like bad singing. and I just want to point out the falsetto you know a lot of singers use. It’s a very normal thing when you have control of it. right. and Tim Pool doesn’t. he doesn’t have that. he’s just simply a bad singer. yeah, I just want to jump in there like I agree with that. and I didn’t mean to cast aspersions on all falsetto. I think muse. I like the falsetto and muse. James Blake is a very good user of falsetto. but yeah yeah it is also like for people like me who have very little range when they’re singing in the car. I’ll need to go into falsetto pretty early in any sort of sing-along. oh yes. yeah, when you’re taking singing lessons you learn how to control it. and the midrange is the hard part right. The mid-range is the hard part. yeah yeah, it’s the part where you cross over from your like normal voice to your falsetto. and then I also wanted to defend your like of muse. you like a muse and I hear people like crap on that. and that’s the dumb man they are a world-class band. they’re really really fabulous. you don’t have to love them to recognize that they are absolutely world-class.