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William Singe

Post  Karma's animus on Wed Dec 16, 2015 1:32 am



Voice type: Falsetto Master with Tenor features
Vocal range: F2 - B♭5 (so far)

Significant high notes:

B♭5: ("Can't Feel My Face", "Sorry")
A5: ("Climax", "One Last Time", "Can't Feel My Face", "Hello", "See You Again", "Jealous")
G♯5: ("See You Again")
G5: ("Can't Feel My Face", "Hello", "Sorry")
F♯5: ("Climax", "One Last Time","Hotline Bling", "What Do You Mean", "See You Again", "Jealous")
F5: ("Somebody", "Can't Feel My Face", "Sugar", "Sorry")
E5: ("Climax", "Hotline Bling", "What Do You Mean", "See You Again", "Jealous")
E♭5: ("Somebody", "Sugar", "Sorry", "I Don't Mind")
D5: ("Somebody", "Climax", "One Last time", "Can't Feel My Face", "Hotline Bling", "Jealous")
C♯5: ("What do you mean", "What Do You Mean", "Climax", "One Last Time", "Hotline Bing", "Sugar", "See You Again", "I Don't Mind")
C5: ("Somebody", "Slow motion", "Can't Feel My Face", "Thinking Out Loud", "Hello")
B4: ("New Flame", "Climax", "One Last Time", "Hotline Bling", "What Do You Mean", "Thinking Out Loud", "See You Again", "Jealous", "I Don't Mind")
B♭4: ("Somebody", "Slow motion", "Can't Feel My Face", "Sugar", "Let Me Love You/2 On", "Sorry")
A4: ("New Flame", "New Flame", "Climax", "One Last Time", "Can't Feel My Face", "Hotline Bling", "What Do You Mean", "Thinking Out Loud", "Hello", "Let Me Love You/2 On", "See You Again", "Jealous")
G♯4: ("Slow motion", "Hotline Bling", "Sugar", "See You Again", "I Don't Mind")
G4: ("Somebody", "Slow motion", "New Flame", "Climax", "One Last Time", "Can't Feel My Face", "Thinking Out Loud", "Hello", "Let Me Love You/2 On", "Sorry")

Significant low notes:

Eb3: ("Ride", "Slow motion", "Sugar", "Sorry")
D3: ("Somebody", "New Flame", "Climax", "One Last Time", "Thinking Out Loud")
C♯3: ("Ride", "I Don't Mind")
C3: ("Somebody", "New Flame", "Thinking Out Loud", "Let Me Love You/2 On")
B2: ("Ride", "I Don't Mind")
B♭2 ("Somebody", "Let Me Love You/2 On")
A2: ("Hotline Bling", "What Do You Mean", "Thinking Out Loud")
G♯2: ("Ride", "I Don't Mind")
F2: ("Hello")

Blue marks probable non-modal notes
Underlined notes are found in backing vocals
Italics mark spoken/non-sung notes


Best known for his covers, William also took part to "X Factor Australia". His voice's got a very teeny tone, and sometimes sounds a bit forced (especially immediately before his passaggio, most likely around F♯4). However, he's exceptionally talented, and it's a shame he isn't famous yet.


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Re: William Singe

Post  CracK on Wed Dec 16, 2015 2:09 am

hey nice thread Smile but you should get rid of those
Purple marks notes found in backing vocals
Red marks extremely bad or unimpressive notes
since there aren't any in your thread and besides we don't use the red thing anymore because it sux
also I saw you marked a song thru the underlines so you can write it like
underlines marks backing vocal notes
and if your singer sings both G4 chest and G4 falsetto in same song, you bettah pick one of them (chest most likely) and not both of em Wink
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Re: William Singe

Post  Rebsedd on Wed Dec 16, 2015 2:24 am

We really don't use red in the forums anymore.
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Re: William Singe

Post  Karma's animus on Wed Dec 16, 2015 5:06 am

Hey, thank both of you! I'm gonna correct it right now
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