What's Your Vocal Range?

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  1. usagiringo

    usagiringo Guest

    Hmm... I can do G3 to D4 without Falsetto.
    Falsetto is about F4 (can't go over that :'>)? And if I try hard I can also hit under G3 (something F3) but hurst a lot.

    Geez! :'D
    I have super small range. XD *have to train more*
     
  2. Pratzelwurm

    Pratzelwurm Residential Cat Defender of Defoko

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    I'm a tenor :uhuhu:

    C2 - E4 or C3 - E5, depending on what octave you count middle C as.
     
  3. OMGPingu

    OMGPingu Ruko's Ruffians Defender of Defoko

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    E2 - C6, young female. :3
    What would that be roughly?
     
  4. Zarsla

    Zarsla ENG-JPN UTAU User Supporter Defender of Defoko

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    That's very tough you'd either be a Soprano or a Mezzo-Soprano or an Alto. The best way to figure that out is to figure out were you're most comfortable singing at then to give your voice type based on that range.
     
  5. OMGPingu

    OMGPingu Ruko's Ruffians Defender of Defoko

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    Wow, I've seen people being a mix with 2 vocal ranges but 3...wow. o-o
     
  6. Zarsla

    Zarsla ENG-JPN UTAU User Supporter Defender of Defoko

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    @OMGPingu
    It's not necessarily a mix of vocal ranges but more that you have a very wide vocal range and to figure out your vocal type based on that is very hard.
    Also there are people who can emulate different vocal types, but they do have a vocal type. If you wish to figure out yours, look for your "sweet spot" or "the most comfortable part of your range that you can sing." Then compare that to Alto, Mezzo-Soprano, and Soprano range. Personal I suspect you're a Mezzo-Soprano, just because it's the most common voice type for females. Though I think there's a chance you could be an Alto, and a smaller chance you could be a Soprano.
     
  7. OMGPingu

    OMGPingu Ruko's Ruffians Defender of Defoko

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    Well I feel comfortable doing E2-C6, but I guess if it were to be a more 'The most normal sounding and without it sounding dodgy' mine would be A2-C6. You see, it doesn't change by much.
     
  8. kimchi-tan

    kimchi-tan Your local Mikotard Global Mod Defender of Defoko

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    I used to be able to sing much lower, but I guess listening and quietly singing along with higher songs seemed to change my voice range compared to a year ago ^^;

    I'm a mezzo-soprano but I can reach as low as F3 and sing only up to G5. I wanna reach A5 :sad:
     
  9. partial

    partial UTAU English advocate Global Mod Supporter Defender of Defoko

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    Literally E3 - E4.

    My voice isn't versatile and I have a weird voice type. It makes one hella weird UTAU for sure. ww
     
  10. Skiyoshi 十三

    Skiyoshi 十三 Lotus#12915 Defender of Defoko

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    G3 - E5. Meh. Don't know if it's what I want but it's okay.
     
  11. bodytemp

    bodytemp Guest

    B2-C6 but i can reach higher with falsetto
     
  12. moonst4r

    moonst4r Witch of the Night Supporter Defender of Defoko

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    I've been classified as an alto, so I can't sing high notes without going into falsetto/head voice. I really should practice singing more to improve my range ._.
     
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  13. Nat123

    Nat123 Momo's Minion

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    I'm able to hit F3 to A6. I'm a male child.
     

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