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Post  bradphone on Sat Jan 04, 2014 5:53 am

Alain Clark


Voice Type: Tenor/Baritenor(Not sure...)
Vocal Range: C2-G5

Significant High Notes:
G5 ("Good Days")
F♯5 ("Rich", "Blame It On Me")
F5 ("Wonderful Day", "Rich")
E5 ("Caught In A Loop", "Rich", "Nympho", "Blow Me Away", "Father And Friend")
E♭5 ("Wonderful Day",  "Easy", "Let Some Air In", "Someone Else", "Mind Of A Woman")

D5 ("Caught In A Loop", "For Freedom, "Rich", "Bringing Me Love", "Happy Birthday", "Blow Me Away", "Mind Of A Woman")
C♯5 ("Wonderful Day", "Blame It On Me", "Let Some Air In", "Signal Of Distress", "Someone Else", "This Aint Gonna Work")
C5 ("Wonderful Day", "Good Days", "For Freedom", "Easy", "Generation Love Revival", "Get Your Savy On", "Two Hands", "Someone Else")
B4 ("Best Friends", "Signal Of Distress", "Happy Birthday")

B♭4 ("Wonderful Day", Let Some Air In", "Nympo", "Two Hands", "Release It", "Someone Else", "She`s The One)
A4 ("Good Days", "For Freedom", "Rich", "Generation love revival", "Nympho", "Signal Of Distress", "Bringing Me Love", "Woman Inside You", "Release it", "Blow Me Away", "This Aint Gonna Work", "Father And Friend", "Go There", "Mind Of A Woman")

Significant Low Notes:
C♯3 ("Wonderful Day")
C3 ("Good Days", "Easy", "Nympho", "Someone Else")
B2 ("Leave Her", "I Saw You Again", "Best Friends")
B♭2 ("Someone Else")
A2 ("For Freedom", "Leave Her", "I Saw You Again", "Nympho", "Go There")
G♯2 ("Blame It On Me")
G2 ("Easy", "Father And Friend")
E2 ("Leave Her")
D2 ("Leave Her")
C2 ("Easy")
His lows are (For a tenor) very full and rich, so i`m still a bit confused in calling him "Tenor" or "Baritenor"

(On the song Father And Friend his Father sings along and hits a nice D5 and a very bluesy B4 pretty cool)


Last edited by Meager Smotherer on Fri Jan 17, 2014 5:42 pm; edited 9 times in total (Reason for editing : Colours and stuff.)
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Re: Alain Clark

Post  Buh-Red on Sat Jan 04, 2014 5:59 am

wtf is with the colors? haven't you made threads before?

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Post  bradphone on Sat Jan 04, 2014 6:25 am

HeroBread wrote:wtf is with the colors? haven't you made threads before?
I changed it to TRP standards as we know it nowadays... If i`m correct.
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Post  Karl on Sat Jan 04, 2014 6:46 am

what about whether the notes are audible

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Post  bradphone on Sat Jan 04, 2014 6:48 am

Hodor wrote:what about whether the notes are audible

They all are.
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Post  Buh-Red on Sat Jan 04, 2014 7:43 am

bradphone wrote:
HeroBread wrote:wtf is with the colors? haven't you made threads before?
I changed it to TRP standards as we know it nowadays... If i`m correct.

you can have colors but the hue of the colors that you had were hardly visible. Compare the colors you had with the glenn hughes thread and you'll see what i mean

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Post  bradphone on Sat Jan 04, 2014 8:21 am

HeroBread wrote:
bradphone wrote:
HeroBread wrote:wtf is with the colors? haven't you made threads before?
I changed it to TRP standards as we know it nowadays... If i`m correct.

you can have colors but the hue of the colors that you had were hardly visible. Compare the colors you had with the glenn hughes thread and you'll see what i mean

Done Smile
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Post  The Great Heroins on Fri Jan 17, 2014 3:15 am

This is actually a pretty decent thread Bradphone, i'm impressed. I would recommend a space between the pitch and the sung notes though.
example: G4 ("Black man defends his suitcase from Bradphone's attack")
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Re: Alain Clark

Post  bradphone on Fri Jan 17, 2014 3:40 am

Thanks Smile
Its done.
Btw, the G4 in The suitcase attack is more of a flat F#4.
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Post  The Great Heroins on Fri Jan 17, 2014 7:18 am

I appreciate that comment, way to assume no black man can hit a G4.
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