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Post  Guest on Tue Oct 23, 2012 5:05 am



Voice type: Baritone
Vocal range: F♯2-G5

Significant high notes:

G5 ("The Old Apartment" live, "Straw Hat and Old Dirty Hank" live)
E5 ("Alcohol" live, "Hard Knock Life" live)
D5 ("If I Had a Million Dollars/Islands in the Stream" live, "Paranoid Android" live)
C#5 ("Hello City" live, "If I Had a Million Dollars" live)
C5 ("The Old Apartment", "Oh Darling" live, "Paranoid Android" live, "Over Joy", "Straw Hat and Old Dirty Hank" live)
B4 ("Break Your Heart", "Call and Answer", "Alcohol", "I Want You" live, "Straw Hat and Old Dirty Hank", "Don't Cry Out Loud" live. "My Heart Will Go On" live)
B♭4 ("The Old Apartment", "Brian Wilson", "Box Set" live, "You Really Got Me" live)
A4 ("Paranoid Android" live, "Lovers in a Dangerous Time", "Call and Answer", "I Live With it Every Day")

Significant low notes:

F♯2 ("Alcohol" live)
G2 ("Call and Answer")
G#2 ("Alcohol")
A2 ("I Want You" live, "Call and Answer")
B♭2 ("Box Set", "Over Joy")

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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: Steven Page

Post  Betzer on Wed May 08, 2013 1:28 pm


Great performance. Good lows on and off from about 0:20 to 4:00 and great highs from 4:24 to 4:45.


Another great performance with great highs from 5:55 to 7:20.


Great highs at 1:35, 1:53, 2:11, 2:26, 3:12, 4:52, 5:09, 5:43, 6:30, 6:39 to 7:00.


Just one more. Great highs throughout peaking from 3:13 to the end.

Sorry to post so many but I am not particularly accurate at pitching.
Also Great C5 in Over Joy at about 2:31. Timmerbo brought up the C5 on trp1.
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Re: Steven Page

Post  Timmerbo on Thu May 09, 2013 6:10 am

Betzer wrote:
Great performance. Good lows on and off from about 0:20 to 4:00 and great highs from 4:24 to 4:45.


Another great performance with great highs from 5:55 to 7:20.


Great highs at 1:35, 1:53, 2:11, 2:26, 3:12, 4:52, 5:09, 5:43, 6:30, 6:39 to 7:00.


Just one more. Great highs throughout peaking from 3:13 to the end.

Sorry to post so many but I am not particularly accurate at pitching.
Also Great C5 in Over Joy at about 2:31. Timmerbo brought up the C5 on trp1.

'I Want You' bottoms at A2 and tops at B4. The section of 'Paranoid Android' you posted tops with a very quick A4, but the 'you don't remember my name' movement earlier in the song has a bunch of C5s and a quick D4 that I would call a red note. Good finds. And yeah, great C5 in 'Over Joy'.
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Re: Steven Page

Post  MaxD on Mon Jul 15, 2013 6:19 pm



5:10 Peaks at Bb4?

(Box Set)
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Re: Steven Page

Post  MaxD on Mon Jul 15, 2013 6:33 pm



Another Bb4 at 15:02?

C5 (possibly touching on C#5) at 18:59?

A lot of B4s during "Break Your Heart" but I see they're already mentioned for the studio version. A brief lows at 33:24 and 33:42 can't pitch em.

D6 at 35:16?

39:31 Falsetto G#5? (Probably wrong... suck at fifth octave)

40:13 F5? (again most likely wrong)

44:47 Bb4 (Backing vocals)

47:19.... not a clue

47:30... more mystery...

48:31 a slide up to B4... plus some mystery after that

55:25 C5 (maybe in the studio version as well?)
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Re: Steven Page

Post  MaxD on Tue Jul 16, 2013 6:20 am

***NEATER POST***




5:10 - Peaks at Bb4?
15:02 - Another Bb4?
18:59 - C5 (possibly touching on C#5)
A lot of B4s during "Break Your Heart" but I see they're already mentioned for the studio version.
33:24 and 33:42 - Brief lows, can't pitch em.
35:16 - D6?
39:31 - Falsetto G#5? (Probably wrong... suck at fifth octave)
40:13 - F5? (again most likely wrong)
44:47 - Bb4 (Backing vocals)
47:19 - not a clue
47:30 -  more mystery...
48:31 - a slide up to B4... plus some mystery after that
55:25 - C5? (maybe in the studio version as well?)
1:22:26 - More mystery highs...
1:22:38 - Another brief mystery high
1:22:53 - Upper fourth that peaks at Bb4?
1:26:07 - I'm not sure... but it may only peak at an A4. Theres more stuff like it 1:26:18 and onward.
1:28:28 - High scream
1:28:39 - Another high scream
1:29:52 - B4 (few more closely after)
1:31:40 - B4 and a falsetto E5 in the "Hard Knock Life" mini cover
1:33:30 - Can't tell if it goes up to C5 or B4... or maybe neither.
1:34:37 - B4
*SIDE NOTE* 1:35:34 - Sweet low note from Ed Robertson
1:39:21 - Brief yell C#5?
1:45:46 - Some highs. A Bb4 in there I believe.
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Re: Steven Page

Post  DonutsGalacticos on Sun Jul 21, 2013 2:44 am

1. Bb4
2. B4
3. C#5
4.  i'm not sure about this one but instead of D6 seems to be a yelped G5
5. falsetto G5
6. D5
7. Bb4
8.  B4
9. F#5
10. B2 and then B4
11. A4
12. C5s and falsetto G5

Then i give up, continue somebody else.
This guy sounds good but i don't like the music -.-
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Re: Steven Page

Post  MaxD on Tue Jul 30, 2013 1:25 pm



3:03 - B4? i think it might be an A4...

3:29 - upper fourth something or other.
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Re: Steven Page

Post  MaxD on Tue Sep 03, 2013 7:26 am

It might be a good idea to move this back to the work in progress section.
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Re: Steven Page

Post  Celice on Tue Sep 03, 2013 7:38 am

MaxD wrote:It might be a good idea to move this back to the work in progress section.
Back? I don't think it started there (if it had, I don't think it would have been "promoted" yet). This appears to be one of the many threads which predates the Work In Progress subforum.
MrToddington, when introducing the WIP section, wrote:No threads in Range Stuff will be moved here, even though most may not meet these stricter standards.
If we were to change this policy now, there are probably several other threads which would be candidates for moving.
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Re: Steven Page

Post  MaxD on Tue Sep 03, 2013 7:39 am

Celice wrote:
MaxD wrote:It might be a good idea to move this back to the work in progress section.
Back? I don't think it started there (if it had, I don't think it would have been "promoted" yet). This appears to be one of the many threads which predates the Work In Progress subforum.
MrToddington, when introducing the WIP section, wrote:No threads in Range Stuff will be moved here, even though most may not meet these stricter standards.
If we were to change this policy now, there are probably several other threads which would be candidates for moving.
Oh sorry, I wasn't aware of that policy. My mistake xD
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Re: Steven Page

Post  Timmerbo on Wed Sep 04, 2013 3:28 am

MaxD wrote:It might be a good idea to move this back to the work in progress section.
I created this one a million years ago. If it were possible for me to edit it, I would.
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Re: Steven Page

Post  Hopscotch on Wed Sep 04, 2013 10:38 am

Celice wrote:
MaxD wrote:It might be a good idea to move this back to the work in progress section.
Back? I don't think it started there (if it had, I don't think it would have been "promoted" yet). This appears to be one of the many threads which predates the Work In Progress subforum.
MrToddington, when introducing the WIP section, wrote:No threads in Range Stuff will be moved here, even though most may not meet these stricter standards.
If we were to change this policy now, there are probably several other threads which would be candidates for moving.
I actually think this wouldn't be a bad idea tbh. If Timmerbo wants to list out the edits he'd like to make to this thread, we can go ahead and update it and still keep it here, but I think there's definitely a good share of threads that haven't been updated since TRP1 that really don't belong in the finished threads section. When I say this, I'm mainly talking about threads like the ones that Nathaniel made - full of nonexistent lows and wrongly pitched highs. It looks like no one actually cares about the singers enough to suggest any updates for some of his threads, though, so until that happens, I think we should just move them somewhere where people will be less likely to treat them as a credible source.
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Re: Steven Page

Post  Timmerbo on Wed Sep 04, 2013 2:27 pm

Voice type: High baritone
Vocal range: F♯2-G5

Significant high notes:

G5 ("The Old Apartment" live, "Straw Hat and Old Dirty Hank" live)
E5 ("Alcohol" live, "Hard Knock Life" live)
D5 ("If I Had a Million Dollars/Islands in the Stream" live, "Paranoid Android" live)
C#5 ("Hello City" live, "If I Had a Million Dollars" live)
C5 ("The Old Apartment", "Oh Darling" live, "Paranoid Android" live, "Over Joy", "Straw Hat and Old Dirty Hank" live)
B4 ("Break Your Heart", "Call and Answer", "Alcohol", "I Want You" live, "Straw Hat and Old Dirty Hank", "Don't Cry Out Loud" live. "My Heart Will Go On" live)
B♭4 ("The Old Apartment", "Brian Wilson", "Box Set" live, "You Really Got Me" live)
A4 ("Paranoid Android" live, "Lovers in a Dangerous Time", "Call and Answer", "I Live With it Every Day")

Significant low notes:

F♯2 ("Alcohol" live)
G2 ("Call and Answer")
G#2 ("Alcohol")
A2 ("I Want You" live, "Call and Answer")
B♭2 ("Box Set", "Over Joy")

Still lacking in lows, but the highs are much improved.
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Re: Steven Page

Post  Timmerbo on Sun Sep 08, 2013 11:32 am

Great C5 at 2:32.

C5, climbing up to D5 at :55.
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