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Sounds like you have a pretty big range already. You may have a few more high notes available (or ways of integrating your falsetto range, appropriate to some styles of singing). "Baritone" is about quality of voice as well as range. Do you see entension of range as the primary purpose of taking singing lessons?


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You should start by making sure what your range is ie the notes you can comfortably sing. Baritones also have 'deep' voices make sure you are certain of what type of singer you are exactly. When you have done this the fun part begins. You can start of by just singing along with the piano. No words just try to match the sound the piano makes (Be certain the ...


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We don't know the program--you'll need to talk to someone there to find out what exactly the prerequisites are. Usually this is the kind of question that the teacher for the course you're going to take would be happy to answer. In general for introductory theory courses they won't care at all about the quality of your voice, only that you can produce ...


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I had the same problem. Notice I said had. Your issue is one of technique. Best advice is what others have said here which is to get a singing instructor. I recommend a male just because imitation is so critical to the journey of singing better, and it is easier for you to imitate a male than a female voice obviously. You can also look at Singing ...


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Technically I don't know if they're three separate "voices"; perhaps it's better to say they "feel" like three different things. I think your ranges are a little off too. I'm a trained singer and my range currently is: Chest: around C3 -> F5 "Mid": E5 -> G#5 Head: A5 and up to at least D6 Most men have a range that's basically similar, once the proper ...



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