Jeff Martin (Racer X)

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Jeff Martin (Racer X)

Post  Guest on Sat Oct 20, 2012 1:18 am



Voice type: Tenor
Sung range: A2-D6
Range: B1-C♯7

Significant high notes:

C♯7 ("Gone Too Far," "Lady Killer")
D6 ("Into The Night")
B♭5 ("Tonight," "Rivet Head")
G5 ("Sacrifice")
F♯5 ("Lady Killer," "Snakebite")
E5 ("Crank It Up," "To The Bitter End," "No Foolin' Around," "Rivet Head," "Hotter Than Fire," "On The Loose," "Sacrifice," "Lady Killer")
E♭5 ("Rivet Head," "On The Loose," "Sacrifice," "Miss Mistreater," "God of the Sun", "Shine On")
D5 ("Crank It Up," "Tonight," "Into The Night," "Blowin' Up the Radio," "Loud And Clear," "Dangerous Love," "Climb the Cross")
C♯5 ("Hotter Than Fire," "Loud And Clear," "Dangerous Love," "Living The Hard Way," "Lady Killer," "Snakebite," "Superheroes," "Behind the Gun")
C5 ("To The Bitter End," "No Foolin' Around," "Street Lethal," "Fire of Rock")

Significant low notes:

B1 ("Eat My Money")
F♯2 ("Golden God")
G2 ("Dr. X")
G♯2 ("Superheroes," "Motor Man")
A2 ("Burned", "She")
B2 ("That Hormone Thing," "Ghost Dance," "Evil Eye")

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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: Jeff Martin (Racer X)

Post  Hopscotch on Thu Aug 15, 2013 3:48 pm

Not to open up the can of worms that is the debate over this guy's E2 again, but...

2:21 is the note. Sounds second octave when you hear it on its own, but when you listen to it with the context of the whole line, it becomes pretty apparent that he's not jumping two octaves over the course of just a few seconds, so I'm suspecting that it may just be a weirdly darkened E3 of some sort. The effects don't help either, of course. But yeah, that's the most sense I can make of it. Vilhja seems to agree as well.

To anyone who was around for the original debate about this note - can you remember what Nathaniel heard it as? Cause I know he heard it as something besides E2 and included an instrumental clip from the song as a "faint E2" in his video instead. If he called it an E3, I think I agree with him, though I don't agree with the clip he included being an E2 either. So...yay range destruction, I guess? Whistle
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Re: Jeff Martin (Racer X)

Post  axisundone on Mon Aug 15, 2016 7:30 am

No mention of the A5s from the Racer X version of Godzilla?
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