He had the ability to sing both staccato (Smooth Criminal) and legato rhythms in perfect timing. His vocal runs were never overkill and were rapidly fluid. He had the ability to hold notes for extended periods without heavy fluctuation in pitch.
Referred to as the "King of Pop", he is certified and known as the most awarded and nominated recording artist in the history of popular music. Michael Jackson is considered to be one of the greatest entertainers of all time and one of the most influential artists of the 20th century.
Michael Jackson was a child prodigy, a musical genius and remains one of the most idolised artists on Earth.
Michael Jackson: Vocal Profile/ Range [High Tenor/ 4 Octaves]
Michael Jackson did not have a 4 octave vocal range in his adulthood.
Which musicians and singers have perfect pitch? Some of the greatest classical composers, including Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin and Handel all had perfect pitch; and it's not so rare in the pop world either. Mariah Carey has it, as did Michael Jackson, Ella Fitzgerald and Bing Crosby.
The seventh octave is the range of notes between C7 and C8. It is easier for very high coloratura sopranos to sing in this octave, but some people who are capable of singing in the bass range (like singers Adam Lopez, Virgo Degan, Nicola Sedda or Dimash Kudaibergen) can do it.
A countertenor is a male singer who can sing as high as a soprano or mezzo-soprano. The countertenor is the rarest of all voice types.
Elvis Presley was a baritone whose voice had an extraordinary compass — the so-called register — and a very wide range of vocal colour. It covered two octaves and a third, from the baritone low-G to the tenor high B, with an upward extension in falsetto to at least a D flat.
Which male singer has the most octaves? Male singers who really have a 6-octave range include Adam Lopez (6 octaves and 3 semitones), Corey Taylor of Slipknot (6 octaves and 1 semitone) and Dimash (A1 – D8, 6 octaves and 5 semitones).
Jackson couldn't read or write music at all. Contrary to received wisdom, he could play instruments a bit – he's credited as playing keyboard, synthesizer, guitar, drums and percussion on 'HIStory' – but none proficiently.
- Musicians show higher general intelligence (FSIQ), verbal intelligence (VIQ), working memory (WMI) and attention skills than non-musicians. Amateurs score in between.
According to the Recording Industry Association of America, Elvis Presley sold 146.5 million albums, which is 62.5 more than Michael Jackson, who sold 84 million albums. If you ask an Elvis Presley fan, it clearly is Elvis. If you ask a Michael Jackson Fan, it is Jackson.
When comparing numbers, Drake has had ten number-one albums compared to Jackson's six. The “Hotline Bling” singer also has 54 top ten singles compared to Jackson's 40, as well the most entries and consecutive weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. That being said, you cannot compare Drake to Jackson.
11) Elton John - Vocal range of 3.00 octaves.
Mercury's documented vocal range extended from bass low F to soprano high F, with many of Queen's songs showing off his coloratura and vocal strength high in his register.
One study on Freddie's vocal range even confirmed that he was able to vary from about 92.2 Hz to 784 Hz, meaning he was reliably able to hit notes from the booming low of F#2 to the high pitch G5 – that covers a full three octaves!
As a mezzo-soprano, Adele's songs sit in a range that suits most listeners, singing along. Adele can mix her chest voice up quite high (E5, 10 notes above middle C) but she is not taken to the range extremes of early Mariah or Celine.
Beyoncé has a vocal range of around 3 to 3.5 octaves, which puts her slightly behind a vintage Mariah Carey but on par with singers like Tina Turner and Michael Jackson.
Adele's vocal range spans three full octaves, from a low C3 to a high C6. She really shines in her lower range and mid-range belts and head voice, delivering a lot of emotional intensity to her performances.
Tim Storms boasts a vocal range of 10 octaves and his lowest note is so deep it can only be heard by elephants.
Storms also holds the record for the lowest vocal note. The notes achieved are actually between G and G#, so in terms of concert tuning his range is actually 9 octaves and 11 semitones, however because we use a hertz measurement the range is recognised as the full 10 octaves.
Based on the findings, Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose has demonstrated the greatest vocal range in studio. Mariah Carey comes in second, followed by Prince, Aerosmith's Steven Tyler, James Brown, Marvin Gaye, Christina Aguilera and David Bowie. The Vocal Ranges of the Greatest Singers.