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Post  Guest on Sun Sep 30, 2012 4:47 am



Voice Type: Baritone
Total range: E♭2-C6
Sung range: E♭2-D5

High notes:

C6: Blood Red Head On Fire, The Art Of Self Defense (Jesus Lizard cover)
G♯5: Blood Red Head On Fire, Search and Destroy (Iggy and the Stooges cover)
E5: Blood Red Head On Fire
D5: Mesopotamia
C5: Lie, On The Bound (Fiona Apple cover)

B♭4: Rid Of Me (PJ Harvey cover)
A4: Cruel Melody
G♯4: The Mark, 4 Walls, Hungry Like The Wolf (Duran Duran cover), On The Bound (Fiona Apple cover)
G4: One of Yours, Rid Of Me (PJ Harvey cover)
F♯4: Mesopotamia, Lie, 4 Walls, Stop A

Low Notes:

G♯2: I Have A Need, Lucretia My Reflection (Sisters of Mercy cover)
G2: New Hunger, Rid Of Me (PJ Harver cover)
F♯2: I Have A Need
F2: Cruel Melody
E♭2: Cruel Melody

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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: Wes Borland

Post  Cesar on Sun Sep 30, 2012 6:43 am

He has a kickass speaking voice, and i think it´s a shame that he doesn´t sing in any Limp Bizkit song.
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Re: Wes Borland

Post  Mobbex on Sun Sep 30, 2012 7:35 am

Yeah his speaking voice is pretty boomy. I think he has a stronger voice than Fred, but less versatility.
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Re: Wes Borland

Post  Mobbex on Mon Oct 01, 2012 1:47 am

Oops, I didn't know you were supposed to italicize 'unsung' notes. I'm not really comfortable making that kind of qualitative judgement on a note, especially since he likes to go full Patton with the screaming, but I don't know if his highs from Blood Red Head On Fire qualify as 'sung'. They start out as screams but then they crack into some weird head voice whistle thing. He stays in whatever register that is (as you've probably gathered from other discussions I don't really care) going steadily higher for a few seconds until he runs out of breath.

In short his high notes should probably look more like this.

T. wrote:High notes:

C6: Blood Red Head On Fire, The Art Of Self Defense (Jesus Lizard cover)
G♯5: Blood Red Head On Fire, Search and Destroy (Iggy And The Stooges cover)
E5: Blood Red Head On Fire
D5: Mesopotamia
C5: Lie, On The Bound (Fiona Apple cover)

B♭4: Rid Of Me (PJ Harvey cover)
A4: Cruel Melody
G♯4: The Mark, 4 Walls, Hungry Like The Wolf (Duran Duran cover), On The Bound (Fiona Apple cover)
G4: One of Yours, Rid Of Me (PJ Harvey cover)
F♯4: Mesopotamia, Lie, 4 Walls, Stop A

EDIT: Notice I took out the alleged B4 from Search And Destroy. It doesn't exist Parrot
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Re: Wes Borland

Post  SubjectAlpha on Sat Oct 31, 2015 2:15 pm



Wes hits several 5th octave notes in this cover of "Wasted Years" by Iron Maiden.
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Re: Wes Borland

Post  Private Perineum on Sat Oct 31, 2015 9:28 pm

lol.
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