Marcel Veenendaal (Di-rect)

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Marcel Veenendaal (Di-rect)

Post  Timqwe on Sun Aug 18, 2013 9:49 am



Voice Type: Baritone
Total Range: G ♯2-G5
Full Range: A2-D5

Significant high notes:
G5 - "Breathe"
F5 - "Breathe"
E5 - "Breathe", "Hold On", "Modern World"
D5 - "A Good Thing", "Breathe", "Broken", "Long Way Home", "Modern World", "Shoes of Sleep", "The Chase", "We Are Your Friends"
C♯5 - "We Are Your Friends"
C5 - "A Good Thing", "Breathe", "Broken", "Hold On", "Hold On", "Kijk mij, voel mij", "Modern World", "Natural High", "Nothing Ever Hurt Like You", "Nothing Ever Hurt Like You", "Shoes of Sleep", "Shoes of Sleep" "This Is Who We Are", "The Chase", "Times Are Changing"
B4 - "A Good Thing", "Broken", "Kijk mij, voel mij", "Love Me Two Times", "Message In A Bottle", "Natural High", "Nothing Ever Hurt Like You", "Shoes of Sleep", "The Chase", "This Is Who We Are", "Times Are Changing", "Young Ones"
A4 - "Nothing Ever Hurt Like You", "This Is Who We Are", "Young Ones"

Significant low notes:
G ♯2 - "A Good Thing"
A2 - "A Good Thing"
B2 - "Love Me Two Times"
C3 - "A Good Thing", "Hold On", "Love Me Two Times", "The Chase"
C ♯3 - "Natural High"
D3 - "A Good Thing", "Nothing Ever Hurt Like You", "Message In A Bottle", "Modern World"  
E3 - "Hold On", "Natural High", "Nothing Ever Hurt Like You", "Shoes of Sleep", "This Is Who We Are", "Times Are Changing (live)"
F3 - "Times Are Changing"

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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.


The second and current singer of the Dutch rockband Di-rect


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Re: Marcel Veenendaal (Di-rect)

Post  Timqwe on Mon Aug 19, 2013 12:26 am

What would you say guys, LT or HB?

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Re: Marcel Veenendaal (Di-rect)

Post  bradphone on Mon Aug 19, 2013 12:56 am

I would say HB.
(I think he`s a better singer than the old Direct singer "Tim Akkerman" )
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Re: Marcel Veenendaal (Di-rect)

Post  Timqwe on Mon Aug 19, 2013 1:00 am

bradphone wrote:I would say HB.
(I think he`s a better singer than the old Direct singer "Tim Akkerman" )
Yes, but Tim can surprise you. If you look at his newer work he definitely has grown. Marcel fits in better with the rest of the band though.
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Re: Marcel Veenendaal (Di-rect)

Post  bradphone on Mon Aug 26, 2013 3:37 am

Timqwe wrote:
bradphone wrote:I would say HB.
(I think he`s a better singer than the old Direct singer "Tim Akkerman" )
Yes, but Tim can surprise you. If you look at his newer work he definitely has grown. Marcel fits in better with the rest of the band though.
I dont mean in terms of singing itself that he`s not a good singer, but his accent.. its like that Krezip woman, her accent is so annoying that it distracts you from the beautiful voice.
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Re: Marcel Veenendaal (Di-rect)

Post  bradphone on Wed Sep 04, 2013 9:00 am


1:35 Eb3
2:03 Strong Bb4.
3:05 - end Strong F#4s
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