Adam Levine Vocal Range
Nov28

Adam Levine Vocal Range

Adam Levine from Maroon 5 Vocal Range in a nutshell Vocal Range: E2 – D5 – E6 Vocal Type: Lyric Tenor (3 octaves) Vocal Rating: C-List Say what you want about Adam Levine, but he has built for himself a very unique vocal sound. His voice is very easily identifiable, and although critics complain about his voice being overly nasal overall. He also tend to use a lot of falsetto, and this puts some people off as annoying or...

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Computer Scientists team up with Voice Coaches to create vowel recognition software

What happens when computer science and singing cross paths? Answer: a free singing tool gets developed! Professor Ehsan Hoque wanted his computer science students to consider real life problems when doing their computing. Professor Katherine Ciesinski wanted a way for her vocal students to learn their vowels without using cumbersome tools that get in the way of their singing. So, they teamed up! The result of this is a free software...

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Zayn Malik: My Critique of His Vocal Range
Apr20

Zayn Malik: My Critique of His Vocal Range

A Peek Into Zayn Malik’s Powerful Vocal Range Zayn Malik’s Vocal Profile: Let’s start out with the basics: Zayn Malik is a Tenor. In the studio, he can go from A2 to F5, while in live settings he’s more conservative, going from C3 to F5. However, his highest recorded note is in a live performance where he sung an A5. He has a very light chest tone, which is usually the case for tenors. This allows him to...

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What Kind of Vocal Range Am I?

This is a question that I get all the time. It’s a very important question, but it’s a lot simpler than most people try to make it. It’s really not complicated. I’m not going to magically tell you what vocal range you are from my computer screen. I’m not THAT good! But what I can do is to guide you on how you can determine for yourself which vocal range you are. Guide: How to Tell Which Vocal Range You...

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Woman Talks Again After Receiving Larynx Transplant

For 11 years, Brenda Charett Jensen couldn’t speak. She communicated through an electronic device that sounded like a robot. When the batteries ran out, her conversation was over. Jensen lost her ability to speak after a breathing tube permanently damaged her airway during surgery in 1999. She breathed through a tracheotomy tube, which extended from a hole in her neck. Because Jensen could not pass air through her nose and...

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