Matthew "Teo" Lopez

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Matthew "Teo" Lopez

Post  Guest on Sat Aug 23, 2014 11:07 pm



Voice type: Tenor
Total range: B2-B5
Modal range: B2-B♭4
Significant high notes:

B5 ("The Complexity of Light")
A5 ("Arcaedion", "Second Sight Blackout", "The Complexity of Light")
G♯5 ("Feel Alive", "The Order")
G5 ("Second Sight Blackout", "The Complexity of Light", "The Fall of Aphonia")
F♯5 ("First Signs", "Impossible Landscape", "It's Just a Ride", "Moments of Clarity", "This Graceful Tragedy")
F5 ("Feel Alive", "The Complexity of Light", "We Collide")
E5 ("Arcaedion", "The Complexity of Light", "The Fall of Aphonia", "The Order")
D5 ("The Complexity of Light")
C♯5 ("Feel Alive", "The Order", "What Do You See?")
C5 ("The Complexity of Light", "The Fall of Aphonia")
B4 ("Silhouette"
B♭4 ("We Collide")
A4 ("Arcaedion", "Second Sight Blackout", "The Complexity of Light", "The Fall of Aphonia", "The Order", "We Collide")
G♯4 ("Erratic", "First Signs", "Impossible Landscape", "Kaleido", "Moments of Clarity", "Silhouette", "The Order", "The Troubled Soul", "This Graceful Tragedy", "What Do You See?")
G4 ("Arcaedion", "Second Sight Blackout", "The Complexity of Light", "The Fall of Aphonia", "We Collide")
F♯4 ("Erratic", "Feel Alive", "First Signs", "Impossible Landscape", "It's Just a Ride", "Kaleido", "Moments of Clarity", "Silhouette", "The Troubled Soul", "This Graceful Tragedy", "What Do You See?")
Significant low notes:
B2 ("Arcaedion")
E♭3 ("Impossible Landscape")

Blue denotes falsetto range.
Black denotes modal range.


Teo's pristine voice, unique melodies and flexible, dynamic range were a huge ingredient of the amazing Children of Nova sound. He seems to have left the music industry.
As a trivial point, Teo's B5 is the highest vocal note by a man available in the Rock Band video game catalogue!


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Re: Matthew "Teo" Lopez

Post  Kewis on Sun Aug 24, 2014 6:52 am

Nice to see a thread for him, great singer. That being said you should remove "Modal range", it ain't very important.
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Re: Matthew "Teo" Lopez

Post  Starman on Sun Aug 24, 2014 6:55 am

Kewis wrote:Nice to see a thread for him, great singer. That being said you should remove "Modal range", it ain't very important.
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Re: Matthew "Teo" Lopez

Post  Guest on Sun Aug 24, 2014 7:33 am

Thanks for the feedback. His belted and falsetto range are like night-and-day so I will leave the distinction.
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Post  Starman on Sun Aug 24, 2014 7:36 am

Scooby Doo wrote:Thanks for the feedback. His belted and falsetto range are like night-and-day so I will leave the distinction.

Like it matter? Rolling Eyes 
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Re: Matthew "Teo" Lopez

Post  Guest on Sun Aug 24, 2014 7:44 am

I think it does.
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Re: Matthew "Teo" Lopez

Post  Starman on Sun Aug 24, 2014 7:47 am

Scooby Doo wrote:I think it does.

Then go ahead and keep it, but it really doesn't on this forum.
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