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Joey Eppard

Post  SpiralStatic on Sun Jun 23, 2013 4:30 pm



Voice Type: Tenor
Sung range: F#2-E5-G5
Total range: D2-G5

Significant high notes


G5 ("Dregs", "Gangstaship")
F♯5 ("Don't Even")
F5 ("My Divided Falling")
E5 ("Afterglow", "Serpents in Disguise", "The End Has Begun", "Bleeding Me Home, "Afterglow"")
D5 ("Numbers", "The End Has Begun")
C5 ("Gangstaship" live 2007/07/27, "Only Child", "Lay Down The Law")
B4 ("Serpents in Disguise")
B♭4 ("Gangstaship")
A4 ("Alien Angel", "Been to the Future", "My Divided Falling", "Afterglow", "All That Remains")
G4 ("Dregs", "The End Has Begun")

Significant low notes:

E3 ("Serpents in Disguise")
D3 ("Battle Cry")
C2 ("Lay Down the Law", "Only Child")
B2 ("Dregs", "The Barrier")
A2 ("My Divided Falling", "Bleeding Me Home")
F#2 ("Don't Even")
D2 ("My Divided Falling")

Lead singer of 3 (Three)
These guys have gone through a ridiculous amount of styles over something like 20 years from 90's R&B to Prog Metal and there's a lot of demos I still haven't listened to so expect a lot more notes soon.

Links:
Spoiler:
Very nice belting up to B4 here


Compare that metal approach to something like this and you can hear how versatile this guy is


also quite curious as to what people think of the fullness of this first note here (@ 0:08 )


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*Orange marks notes with questionable registers: absolutely no use figuring out these.
*Blue marks probable non-modal notes.
*Red marks extremely bad, unimpressive or unintentional notes.
*Italics mark non-sung notes.


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Re: Joey Eppard

Post  MrToddington on Sun Jun 23, 2013 4:48 pm

Please include a few videos/audio clips so we can hear his voice. Smile
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Re: Joey Eppard

Post  SpiralStatic on Sun Jun 23, 2013 5:01 pm

Very nice belting up to B4 here


Compare that metal approach to something like this and you can hear how versatile this guy is


also quite curious as to what people think of the fullness of this first note here (@ 0:08 )
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Re: Joey Eppard

Post  axisundone on Wed Jul 03, 2013 6:10 am

Nice E5 at 3:26, also nice full A4s and C5s throughout the song

He sings down to C3 in the first verse (YOU turned an only child) and powerful sustained C5s at 3:40 and 5:42. Love this song!

Belted D5s in the chorus here:

Breathy B2s in the verses:

Also there was a Bb5 in a live clip I saw.....I'll try and find it!





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Re: Joey Eppard

Post  SpiralStatic on Wed Jul 03, 2013 6:21 am

Damn am I happy that there are some 3 fans on TRP

will listen now and update accordingly
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Re: Joey Eppard

Post  SpiralStatic on Thu Jul 18, 2013 9:48 pm

Ouch! just realized now I accidentally c&p'd the album name instead of the songs on the last edit, fixed now.

Any luck finding that Bb5?
And I'm really tempted to call that G5 in "Dregs" black, there's a lot of weight behind it though I think it's better keeping it separate from his clean notes.
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