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12 October 2013, 09:20 | Updated: 12 October 2013, 09:22
The 'Counting Stars' singer says he was really impressed with the star while recording 'Neon Lights'.
OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder has described Demi Lovato as having one of the "biggest ranges' of any pop singer he's overworked with, while discussing the pair's new team-up 'Neon Lights'.
The 'Counting Stars' singer produced the dance record for Demi's self-titled album earlier this year, which serves as her follow-up single to 'Made In The USA'.
Ryan says she has a "crazy" vocal range as well as having "complete power and complete control" while recording in the studio.
"She's a little pop star isn't she! She's a crazy talented singer," Ryan exclusively told Capital FM this week. "I don't produce a lot of dance music and so that record 'Neon Lights' we did intentionally because I wanted to.
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"She came in and just ripped it," Ryan recalled. "She, in pop music, has one of the biggest ranges, possibly the highest full voice singer I've ever worked with.
"She can belt full voice like three octaves above middle C, it's just crazy, practically off the piano, how high she can go," he explained. "And with complete power and complete control.
"At the beginning she's singing the lowest note she's ever done and by the end she's going as high as she's ever gone," he added. "It's a fun dance record."
Ryan Tedder and his band OneRepublic are currently within the top ten of the Vodafone Big Top 40 with their latest single 'Counting Stars'.