Tim Storms Holds the World Record for Lowest Vocal Note, Here’s Him Singing ‘Lonesome Road’
Bass vocalist Tim Storms holds the current world record for the “lowest note produced by a human”, a G -7 (0.189 Hz) achieved at Citywalk Studios in Branson, Missouri, USA, on 30 March 2012. [source]
Storms is the bass singer for the vocal group ‘Pierce Arrow’. The attempt was witnessed by two college music professors and an acoustician. The frequency output of Timothy’s voice was measured using Bruel & Kjaer equipment (low frequency microphone, precision sound analyser and laptop for post analysis).
Additionally, Storms also holds the world record for “widest vocal range”, a G−7 (0.189 Hz) to G/G#5. You might get goosebumps if you listen to this fascinating rendition of “Lonesome Road” with headphones.
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