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First of all, how old are you? Men's voices continue to develop well into their twenties, so if you're younger than that then don't worry too much about vocal classification right now. With training could I be a bass? Your voice is a certain type, and that's not something anybody can change. A bass who develops a ton of head voice to hit high Cs ...


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If you are serious about singing, there is no way around training all parts of your voice, just like a runner cannot avoid bringing more than just his legs up to scratch. It's not like being in the House of Sumner gives you the power to draw the Kontra-A out of the sorting bow-tie in times of need. So focus on becoming a good singer first. Only then does ...


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when it comes to vocal ranges there are actually 2 types of ranges: the overall range and the actual usable range. Many vocalist can hit very deep or very high ranges or notes but cannot actually sustain any practical or prolonged usage in these areas. Referring to the 0-8 octave range of measurement, you seem to have a very wide range which would cover from ...


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Generally speaking, you should sing with the same technique in a lower octave as you do in a higher octave. But the natural tendency is to tighten up as you go higher, in part because you may feel that you’re going to hit the top of your range. If you sing with an airy sound, generally speaking that should be because you intend to sing with an airy sound as ...



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