Tim Storms owns the Guinness World Record for the “lowest vocal note produced by a male”. He set the record in 2012 and he claims his lowest note can only be heard by elephants.

His record for lowest note is G−7, eight octaves below the lowest G on the piano, or just over seven octaves below the piano.

He also set the record for having the “widest vocal range of any human” in 2008.

The 48-year-old also does voiceover work, in which he offers renditions of Tony the Tiger, Tigger, Winnie the Pooh, Darth Vader, and movie trailers.

He recently performed a cover of the Gospel song “I’ve Gotta Walk That Lonesome Road.”

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