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Offline thepersonwhoissane

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What is my voice type?
« on: June 03, 2014, 07:27:56 PM »
I started singing a few months ago and haven't had any coaching or anything, just watched some youtube videos on technique and stuff. It seems voice type classification has more to do with weight and timbre than range. I've been told I was a bunch of different voice types by different people and I want more of a broader, unbiased opinion. I can't decide between a tenor, low tenor or baritenor (maybe even high baritone?). I haven't really found a style of singing to stick to either. I have recordings to make it easier.

Lowest recorded note: C2 (sounds a bit fryish in the mix but I've been able to sustain a fairly bassy sounding resonance around the same pitch)

https://soundcloud.com/thepersonwhoissane/my-impression-of-johnny

At about 2:28

Highest recorded note: C5

https://soundcloud.com/thepersonwhoissane/hey-you-pink-floyd-vocal-cover

at 4:25


I have a few other songs on there with highs lingering in the upper 4th octave and lows around E2 - C3.

My comfort range is F2 to F#4 any time of day including after warm ups.
Any suggestions will help.

Thanks.

Offline timothy42b

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Re: What is my voice type?
«Reply #1 on: June 03, 2014, 08:00:51 PM »
You might ask on The Modern Vocalist forum, they let you post sound clips I think. 
Tim

Offline thepersonwhoissane

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Re: What is my voice type?
«Reply #2 on: June 03, 2014, 08:03:35 PM »
You might ask on The Modern Vocalist forum, they let you post sound clips I think. 

I tried registering there but it didn't work. Not sure why it didn't, but it's been bugging me wanting another persons opinion so I just posted in the first place it seems like I'd be able to post it.