What`s Your Vocal Range

What`s Your Vocal Range

    
What`s Your Vocal Range    16:25 on Sunday, May 20, 2012          

strife860
(3 points)
Posted by strife860

just a random thread. Do you know your vocal range/voice type?



Re: What`s Your Vocal Range    06:57 on Sunday, June 17, 2012          

Adveser
(1 point)
Posted by Adveser

15 Octaves extended, 0.5hz-10548hz, no whistles or fry
6 Octaves Modal, E0-E6


Re: What`s Your Vocal Range    16:24 on Tuesday, June 19, 2012          

strife860
(3 points)
Posted by strife860

My goodness. That's awesome!

Mine is B1-G#8 6.5 Octaves and a Semitone

Falsetto: G#8

Chest Voice: F5(without mixing)

Lower Register: B1 (no vocal Fry)

Voicetype: Baritone xD



Re: What`s Your Vocal Range    11:05 on Wednesday, June 20, 2012          

tomm128
(26 points)
Posted by tomm128

When you want to know your vocal range, try and think of the range of a cello. Many people say that the using the cello is a good way to find it. Google it! That's probably the easiest way to find it!


Re: What`s Your Vocal Range    06:30 on Friday, June 29, 2012          

WNeufrau
(12 points)
Posted by WNeufrau

Chest: E3 - F4

Head: G3 - G5

voice type: mezzosoprano (considered, but still in development)


Re: What`s Your Vocal Range    20:40 on Friday, June 29, 2012          

strife860
(3 points)
Posted by strife860

Head Voice/Falsetto:G#8
Upper CHest/Belting Register: E5 (F#5)--->[without Mixing]
Lower Register: A1 (No Vocal Fry)

Modal Range: A1-F#5
Range type: Counter Tenor

Natural VoiceType: Baritone

6.6 Octaves and a Semitone xD


Re: What`s Your Vocal Range    06:30 on Friday, April 19, 2013          

Lione
(1 point)
Posted by Lione

G3 - E5 flat; soprano


Re: What`s Your Vocal Range    14:31 on Friday, April 19, 2013          

birder
(6 points)
Posted by birder

Vocal type: Contralto

Vocal range: 3 octaves 2 notes C3-D6


Re: What`s Your Vocal Range    12:03 on Monday, April 22, 2013          

Jaxy
(4 points)
Posted by Jaxy

Mezzo soprano/alto. I can sing B3-G5 comfortably and if I'm properly warmed up and work really hard then I can add a tone either way.




   




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