sabato 5 gennaio 2013

Demi Lovato Vocal Range

Vocal Type: Mezzo-Soprano
Vocal Range: 3 Octaves Eb3-Eb6
Vocal Strengths: Wide Range in Chest Voice (up to A5 live) and Strong Vocal Endurance. An overall top-echelon belter.Uncanny ability to emote with her vocal delivery, and possesses a unique, slightly raspy tone when singing mid-range. Incredibly versatile in terms of what genres her voices fits with. Can go from Rock to Balladry to Broadway to Rand B in a flick of a switch. This used to be a con, but is now a strength: her melismatic control. If you listen to old recordings of her and compare them to 2011 live performances, you can't imagine how much she's improved in that department. What used to sound incredibly messy and uncontrolled is now clean, precise and musical. Turned a con to a strength through experience.

Vocal Weaknesses: She needs serious work with her head voice and falsetto, probably because she never used it very much in her past work. She really doesn't have the best control in that technique, and could stand to get vocal training. Her low register could also use some work, though it's WAY better now than it used to be. Back then this part of her register was so foggy and unsupported at times that it would sound like she was speaking rather than singing. It could still use more work, but she's getting there.
Her vocal tone, though unique, certainly isn't for everybody. I'm sure that there are some people that hate how raspy her voice can be at mid-range. I think it adds character and emotion, but it may be viewed as a negative by some.

1 commento:

  1. She is a Soprano Spinto! She hits a E7 whistle note in "Wildfire"!

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