That is held by American singer and composer Tim Storms, who has an amazing range of 10 octaves
The live 4-hour "Ascension Workshop" begins with Mark teaching of the Octaves
and our Path of Being towards our eventual Ascension.
So it sounded nice, and I was thinking maybe I would go and do some training again and probably sing an octave
higher than what I usually sing.
The length ratio [L.sub.2]/[L.sub.1] is plotted on the horizontal axis, the B value is plotted on the vertical axis, and the [f.sub.o] range in octaves
is labeled on the curves.
* Intervals: now try moving by thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, sevenths, or octaves
. Build them all from every diatonic step.
Slur Exercises, Trills, and Chromatic Octaves
is a collection of technical studies for the guitar, which were used by Maestro Andres Segovia (1893-1987) in his own personal practice.
Editors' frontman Tom Smith came out on top in the study with a vocal range of 4.8 octaves
, followed by Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson (4.3 octaves
) and Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant (3.9 octaves
The Mirus is available with or without octave
and 1/3 octave
band frequency analysis capability and will store a broad range of sound parameters across three measurement profiles.
Tim Storms has a vocal range of 10 octaves
, and is a Guinness world record holder for having the widest vocal range and hitting the lowest note, G -7 (0.189 Hz).
It is also generally considered that the difference between written and sounding pitch is simply a matter of transposition; indeed, Richard Rastall discusses a number of the problem cases under the heading "Conventions of Transposition." (1) This is fine if--as several of the cases described here suggest--transposition is defined so broadly that it can vary from note to note, even within a chord, and that it can involve any interval up to two octaves
, if not more.
Cehovsky compares this frequency structure to a melody that plays at different octaves
. Lower octaves
correspond to the physical, middle octaves
to the emotional and psychological, and higher octaves
to 'fine matter' (soul, spiritual essence, "the organization immaterial principle in man").