I am 17 years old and I have a little deep voice in my age right now. My vocal break is in F4, so I'm very confused and have problems in my voice when singing because I don't know if I'm destroying my voice. It's all because I can hit low notes like F1 (my lowest note) and also I can hit high notes like F5 (but I can only sing that higher if I'm using mixed register and singing pop songs).
When I sing in my chest register I can only hit G4 with breath support. Can I still extend this range up higher?
Mixed Voice is what register I use mostly in high notes but when I'm switching my voice from chest to mix like F4 to G4. That G4 note is very soft, weak, and still flipping down to my chest voice. I don't really know what my true vocal break is.
I can sing very low notes also, but I don't really want to become a bass singer. What I want is to become a tenor and can hit G5.
Sometimes when I am practicing some songs that has C5 as the highest note, it feels like an intensive song for my body, because I always feel a little pain in my jaw, back, neck, and in my chest. Is that good for me?