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Nope, nothing wrong with your voice. An octave and a half chest range isn't bad. The quality of the sound in each register matters more than the range. No use for a 2 octave chest if the bottom is grunty and the top is squeaky. To work with it, two thoughts: You should focus on the transition to mix around B4 up to E5. It's quite hard, but if you can ...


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Based on your post I get the impression that you just sing but don't take voice lessons. If that is true I'd recommend getting a voice coach. They can help you "develop" your voice properly and extend your range. As another answer pointed out you don't discover range you develop it. With proper technique you might have half an octave more on each side of ...


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