Help Me With My Vocal Range?

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  1. Jason_Clement

    Jason_Clement SS.org Regular

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    I do not know if this is the right forum, so sorry, feel free to move it :)

    On that note, I am having trouble telling what kind of vocalist I am. Comfortably I can go from F3-C6. I can stretch F3 is my absolute lowest note, anything else is a growl. Sometimes I can stretch above C6 to D6 or (rarely) D#6.

    Can anyone pinpoint what that is? I am not sure it's tenor... hm.

    Thanks guys!
     
  2. Mr. Big Noodles

    Mr. Big Noodles Theory God

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    That's tenor range, plus a little bit lower. My own range is B1-C5 for chest voice, and I can go up to B5 if you want to hear something funny. Fucking bass. :hbang:
     
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    Thanks for the help! Any tips for training my higher notes?
     
  4. Mr. Big Noodles

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    Just gotta sing up there. Over time, you'll develop strength across your register. Make sure that your technique is spot on, though. Breathing, posture, support, etc., and never push your instrument to the point that it's straining. You don't want to fuck anything up. I recommend looking into Alexander Technique. Wish I could afford lessons myself.
     

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