vocal spectrum


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vocal spectrum

the frequency and intensity ranges of the voice.

vo·cal spec·trum

(vō'kăl spek'trŭm)
The frequency and intensity ranges of the voice.
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The New Tradition Chorus A Cappella Concert with Vocal Spectrum, the international Gold Medal quartet.
The following parameters were analyzed, in the wide-band spectrogram: first formant tracing color intensity F1, F2, F3 and F4, tracing color intensity in the high frequencies and in all the vocal spectrum; definition of F1, F2, F3 and F4; tracing regularity; and F band width [7,13].
As well as The Belles, who are currently ranked fifth in the country by the Ladies' Association of British Barbershop Singers, also performing will be International Quartet Champions Vocal Spectrum, from the USA.
"A voice that can not only touch the heart with its sincerity and truth, but also make every fabric of the human body resonate as it plunges into the very lowest parts of the vocal spectrum."
No belt song, mix song, or legit song is officially required; however, if singers use "the full spectrum of their vocal and dramatic abilities," they may choose to bend gender, age, ethnicity, style, and characterization, as well as the vocal spectrum belt to legit.
Likewise, Vocal Spectrum mixes things up with a smattering of Disney songs and show tunes.
At the other end of the vocal spectrum, sopranos and tenors were asked to sing at the highest limits of their vocal ranges.
ABRIL 11, 12 y 13 - El director Michael Krajewsld junto a la Sinfonica de Houston y el cuarteto vocal Spectrum haran un recorrido musical en el tiempo con canciones de la epoca dorada y los exitos de grupos como The Four Tops, The Temptations y Smokey Robinson & The Miracles.
Her expressive vocal spectrum made credible the varied emotional requirements of the role.
Louis, Vocal Spectrum. They are known for their upbeat, jazzy arrangements of popular songs.