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Keith
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Actually, his voice reminds me a little of yours, especially around the G4 area. His high notes are little more quacky or cackly than yours but the focus is in the same place, I think.

I agree with Bob. This is mostly attitude, intent. And notice how he gets some growl and grit around G4 but his notes in the 5th octave are clean. Kind of like how Ronnie James Dio would do it. All of Dio's growl was mid-range and lower, and the higher stuff was clean, yet focused, like a laser.

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Hmmm, are you sure, Ron? Rainbow in the dark has a lot of grit in it on many C5s and A4s, if I remember correctly:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQzNBTukO0w

I think that Ronnie could do whatever the hell he wanted with his voice, basically.

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Well, jonpall, maybe I have it wrong. But I think of his performance at Waacken 2004. He sang his highest notes in that song "Rainbow in the Dark" fairly clean. And maybe he sang it differently live than he did in the studio.

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