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Miljenko Matijevic

Post  Guest on Sat Oct 06, 2012 10:32 pm



Voice type: Tenor
Sung range: E♭2-B5
Total range: E♭2-B5

Significant high notes:

B5 ("Sheila" live, "Love Ain't Easy," "Can't Stop Me Lovin' You")
B♭5 ("Sheila," "Like Never Before")
A5 ("Steelheart," "Sheila")
G♯5 ("I'll Never Let You Go", "Gimme Gimme," "Love Ain't Easy," "Can't Stop Me Lovin' You," "Like Never Before," "Everybody Loves Eileen," "All Your Love")
G5 ("She's Gone")
F♯5 ("Steelheart", "Loaded Mutha," "Love Ain't Easy")
F5 ("We All Die Young", "Say No More," "Love Ain't Easy," "I'll Never Let You Go")
E5 ("Down 'N' Dirty", "Love 'Em And I'm Gone," "Love Ain't Easy")
E♭5 ("Loaded Mutha", "Can't Stop Me Lovin' You", "I'll Never Let You Go", "She's Gone," "Love Ain't Easy," "Like Never Before,")
D5 ("Sheila")

Significant low notes:

E♭2 ("Say No More")
E2 ("Sheila" live)
F2 ("Say No More")
G♯2 ("Hallelujah")
B2 ("Down N' Dirty", "Love 'Em And I'm Gone")
C♯3 ("Down N' Dirty", "Hallelujah")

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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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Post  Guest on Sun Oct 07, 2012 1:37 am

I never did hear an Eb2 in Sheila
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Post  Preacher on Sun Oct 07, 2012 5:10 pm

Sounds more like a ST to me but whatever Whistle
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Post  Pyramid Head on Sun Oct 07, 2012 5:24 pm

He doesn't sound like a low tenor...voice is too clean and goes high rather well...he doesn't have the struggle of highs that low tenors do...but the highs aren't natural enough...so...ya he sounds more like a standard tenor to me as well. :/
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Post  Preacher on Sun Oct 07, 2012 5:39 pm

valdyrgramr wrote:He doesn't sound like a low tenor...voice is too clean and goes high rather well...he doesn't have the struggle of highs that low tenors do...but the highs aren't natural enough...so...ya he sounds more like a standard tenor to me as well. :/

Well he probably had voice training, would explain his amazing high notes.
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Post  Guest on Sun Oct 07, 2012 9:15 pm

Preacher wrote:Sounds more like a ST to me but whatever Whistle

Disagree. His tone is too 'heavy' (reminds me a bit of Jovi around the mid-range) and his low/mid-singing is quite strong, imo.
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Post  Preacher on Sun Oct 07, 2012 11:39 pm

T. wrote:
Preacher wrote:Sounds more like a ST to me but whatever Whistle

Disagree. His tone is too 'heavy' (reminds me a bit of Jovi around the mid-range) and his low/mid-singing is quite strong, imo.

Agree to disagree my friend
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Post  Guest on Sun Oct 07, 2012 11:42 pm

If you all think of him as a regular tenor, though, I can change it to that.

Edit: listening back to "Shangrila", he sounds a lot lighter than I initially remembered... Hmmm.
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Post  Preacher on Sun Oct 07, 2012 11:44 pm

Like I said Timi, I think he's a ST but LT is fine also
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Post  Guest on Sun Oct 07, 2012 11:47 pm

I'll put him down as a mid-tenor.
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Post  Preacher on Sun Oct 07, 2012 11:54 pm

T. wrote:I'll put him down as a mid-tenor.

I've always thought the difference between a tenor and a low tenor is pretty small personally. People seem to put too much of an empathize 'wanting' to be ST versus being a LT. Hell in a classical sense there's a much bigger difference between being a lyric tenor and a 'light' lyric tenor. It's probably one of my main issues with how voices are judged here. The voice is an instrument that with practice and training can change it's tone completely. Yet by the range place system, lets say I was ST with good lows, I'd be classed as a LT simply because I had good lows kinda like how Steve Balsamo was.

Sorry for the rant Durrr
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Post  Guest on Sun Oct 07, 2012 11:56 pm

I disagree. The difference between a low tenor and a mid-tenor is pretty notable, IMO. Compare Steve Perry and Paul McCartney, for example.
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Post  Preacher on Mon Oct 08, 2012 12:03 am

T. wrote:I disagree. The difference between a low tenor and a mid-tenor is pretty notable, IMO. Compare Steve Perry and Paul McCartney, for example.

Of course there's difference but what I guess I'm trying to say is that there alot of singers that blur the lines and simply trying to categorize them will one label may not be the best to define a voice. Voice training can completely change the way a voice sounds but whatever dude. If you'd like we could continue this discussion on skype or something. That being said McCartney is a strange singer though, he had ability to sound like a ST one minute and SB the next. Amazing voice.
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Post  Guest on Mon Oct 08, 2012 12:03 am

With that said, I agree that voices CAN be stretched far beyond the "limits".

Two words: Mark Slaughter.
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Post  Preacher on Mon Oct 08, 2012 12:06 am

T. wrote:With that said, I agree that voices CAN be stretched far beyond the "limits".

Two words: Mark Slaughter.

I thought he was a high tenor the first time I heard him sing Laughing Hell, Bonnet use to able to imitate a tenor very well (even 'sounding' like a ST sometimes) even though he is a baritone.


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Post  Guest on Mon Oct 08, 2012 4:15 am

Rabbit wrote:I never did hear an Eb2 in Sheila

^^^

Guess his sung range is G#2-B5 and total range is F2-B5

Good work on using mid-tenor though Tiphat
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Post  B6 on Mon Oct 08, 2012 7:52 am

Preacher wrote:
T. wrote:With that said, I agree that voices CAN be stretched far beyond the "limits".

Two words: Mark Slaughter.

I thought his was a high tenor the first time I heard him sing Laughing Hell, Bonnet use to able to imitate a tenor very well (even 'sounding' like a ST sometimes) even though he is a baritone.
Agree, I remember some very effortless sounding and feminine E5s in "Dreams".
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Re: Miljenko Matijevic

Post  Guest on Mon Oct 08, 2012 7:55 am

Head vois... Surprised
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Re: Miljenko Matijevic

Post  JadeHalford on Sat Nov 24, 2012 6:10 am

The old forum has his range an G♯1-B5 with at least C♯2-G♯5 in full voice.So, at least the C#2 in "Loaded Mutha" should be added to the list. It's at the end of the background vocal part starting from 3:34 into the song onward. And there's a slide up to an extremely high note (Bb5/B5?) at around 4:14 in the same song. Someone please check these notes and update the thread.
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Re: Miljenko Matijevic

Post  Prosopagnosia on Sat Nov 24, 2012 10:26 pm

isnt the pic here Vince Neil? Hug
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Re: Miljenko Matijevic

Post  Guest on Sat Nov 24, 2012 10:32 pm

Nope.
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Post  Guest on Wed Dec 12, 2012 3:09 am

JadeHalford wrote:The old forum has his range an G♯1-B5 with at least C♯2-G♯5 in full voice.So, at least the C#2 in "Loaded Mutha" should be added to the list. It's at the end of the background vocal part starting from 3:34 into the song onward. And there's a slide up to an extremely high note (Bb5/B5?) at around 4:14 in the same song. Someone please check these notes and update the thread.

Apparently, that might be Jeff Scott Soto. Would make sense.
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Post  JadeHalford on Wed Dec 12, 2012 5:29 am

T. wrote:
JadeHalford wrote:The old forum has his range an G♯1-B5 with at least C♯2-G♯5 in full voice.So, at least the C#2 in "Loaded Mutha" should be added to the list. It's at the end of the background vocal part starting from 3:34 into the song onward. And there's a slide up to an extremely high note (Bb5/B5?) at around 4:14 in the same song. Someone please check these notes and update the thread.

Apparently, that might be Jeff Scott Soto. Would make sense.
Which one? The C#2 or the Bb5(?) ?
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Post  Guest on Wed Dec 12, 2012 5:45 am

The lows.
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