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Alex Band

Post  wonka on Sat Mar 23, 2013 9:00 am

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Alex Band (The Calling, Solo)


Voice Type: Baritone
Total Range: E♭2-E5

Highest notes:

E5 ("Could It Be Any Harder")
D5 ("Could It Be Any Harder")
C♯5 ("Thank You", "Only One")
C5 ("Could It Be Any Harder", "Only One")
B4 ("Our Lives", "Unstoppable")
B♭4 ("Only One", "Thank You", "Anything", "For You", "Things Don't Always Turn Out That Way")
A4 ("Without You", "Could It Be Any Harder", "Our Lives", "Unstoppable", "Things Don't Always Turn Out That Way")
G♯4 ("Nothing's Changed", "Only One", "Anything", "Adrienne", "For You", "Without You", "If Only", Our Lives", "Unstoppable", "Thank You", "Things Will Go My Way")
G4 ("Could It Be Any Harder", "Nothing's Changed", "One By One", "Tonight", "Anything", "Why Don't You And I", "For You")
F♯4 ("Wherever You Will Go", "Our Lives", "Somebody Out There", "Thank You", "One By One", "Euphoria", "Only One", "Things Will Go My Way", "Adrienne", "Without You", "Final Answer")
F4 ("Nothing's Changed", "Thank You", "Tonight", "Only One", "Things Will Go My Way", "Anything", "Adrienne", "Could It Be Any Harder", "Why Don't You And I", "For You", "Final Answer", "Things Don't Always Turn Out That Way", "If Only", "Without You" Live)
E4 ("Wherever You Will Go", "Could It Be Any Harder", "Our Lives", "Unstoppable", "Somebody Out There", "One By One", "Euphoria", "Without You")

Lowest notes:

E♭2 ("Adrienne")
G♯2 ("Somebody Out There", "For You", "Without You" Live, "Only One" Live)
A2 ("Wherever You Will Go", "Our Lives")
B♭2 ("Somebody Out There", "Tonight", "Things Will Go My Way", "Anything", "For You", "Things Don't Always Turn Out That Way, "If Only")
B2 (“Wherever You Will Go", "Our Lives", "Somebody Out There", "Euphoria", "Without You")
C3 ("Could It Be Any Harder", "For You", "Things Don't Always Turn Out That Way", "Tonight")
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*Blue marks probable non-modal notes.
*Purple mark notes in backing vocals or otherwise obscured.
*Italics mark non-sung notes..


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Re: Alex Band

Post  Guest on Sat Mar 23, 2013 9:11 am

Good thread wonka. I'm glad you finally learned Smile
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Post  Hopscotch on Sat Mar 23, 2013 9:12 am

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Re: Alex Band

Post  lowkey on Sat Mar 01, 2014 11:33 pm

wonka wrote:
Voice Type: High Baritone
Total Range: E♭2-E5
He is a low baritone, a bass-baritone. He can almost sing two notes below the common operatic f2-f4 range for baritones. His voice also sounds a lot more similar to other bass-baritones like Brad Roberts and Johnny Cash than it does to high baritones.

The low end of a male is a good point for gauging voice category. The size of your thyroid cartilage is given, so there is a firm end-point of how much the chords can be slackened.

The upper modal range is possible to extend with training/screaming/edge-singing. Freddie Mercury managed to hit notes above C5 in modal voice at one stage in his career.

Alex doesn't belt up to E5 in any song I've heard from him, so you have put his falsetto together with his modal voice. That is a bit misleading. I think a lot of rock singers wanna see the song in which his belting is highest. The range of falsetto is very difficult to gauge, he could have both a countertenor-contralto, countertenor-mezzo or countertenor-soprano for all we know.

But it's a good, well-worked out list anyway.

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Re: Alex Band

Post  Gabriel-22 on Mon Mar 03, 2014 12:04 pm

Definitely a low baritone or bass baritone of some sort, I don't understand how anyone would call him a high baritone given the tone of his voice and the range he generally sings in, got a pretty good voice though

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Re: Alex Band

Post  The Winter Soldier on Thu Nov 20, 2014 7:51 am

We don't use prefixes anymore in threads and where's the E♭2 in Adrienne?
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Re: Alex Band

Post  Molandfreak on Thu Nov 20, 2014 8:37 am

Iamnotafraid65 wrote:We don't use prefixes anymore in threads and where's the E♭2 in Adrienne?
Mods don't like the prefixes because of the stupid, fallacious reasoning behind them leading to voice type debates. I still use them in some of my threads, because I like them for certain singers and I don't really care if others find me helpful or not. Don't go trying to add prefixes to other users' threads, though.
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Re: Alex Band

Post  The Winter Soldier on Thu Nov 20, 2014 8:41 am

I didn't say I use prefixes, I just said we don't use them. Now, where's that E♭2 in Adrienne?
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Post  Molandfreak on Thu Nov 20, 2014 8:52 am

Iamnotafraid65 wrote:I didn't say I use prefixes, I just said we don't use them. Now, where's that E♭2 in Adrienne?
Duh. I see now; I read it as "why don't we use prefixes anymore." The previous discussion started in 2013, so it's old.
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Post  The Winter Soldier on Thu Nov 20, 2014 8:59 am

Oh lol, where's the E♭2 in Adrienne?
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Re: Alex Band

Post  wonka on Tue Dec 30, 2014 6:23 am

Iamnotafraid65 wrote:Oh lol, where's the E♭2 in Adrienne?
At 3:30 he starts to doing some fry vocals that I pitched at that note

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Re: Alex Band

Post  The Winter Soldier on Fri Jan 09, 2015 4:21 am

Where's the E5 ?
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Re: Alex Band

Post  wonka on Fri Jan 09, 2015 8:41 am

Iamnotafraid65 wrote:Where's the E5 ?

at 4:30

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