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The lower range limit might be meaningful. The upper one very much depends on HOW you're singing the higher notes. As a younger man I could just about sing EVERYONE's part when teaching a chorus (I can't any more!) but that didn't make me a soprano :-) And voice type is about sound, not just range. Baritones often CAN sing high tenor notes, but sound ...


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1) You will have more than one passaggi. The orientation of those passaggi will determine your fach, ultimately. 2) Physically speaking, you're still not 100% developed. If you're serious about becoming a classically trained, bel canto singer, you should be concentrating on developing your technique. I recommend reading a bit of Richard Miller ($20 tops), ...


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As Todd Wilcox commented, many many things can change vocal range for a few days. Permanent changes happen much more slowly: puberty, aging a few decades, deliberately using bad technique for many months.


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This website can help you: Song to Sing (https://songtosing.net/) First you will have to input your vocal range: F2 to D4 in your case. Based on that the website will offer you the songs that fit your voice. You can filter them by singing difficulty and by music style. For any song that you can not sing in original key the website will offer you a ...


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To hit the low notes, you will need to train your high notes. You will need as much support and muscle training for the lowest notes as the highest notes. Source: my experience: I am a bass and have always trained the high notes more than the low notes. Both ends of my tessitura have strengthened over the years and my vocal range has grown. It is common for ...


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The future is here. You can use a neuronal network called "spleeter" to separate voice and the arrangement of any song you like. It is open source and can be freely downloaded from its official git repository: https://github.com/deezer/spleeter I used it a lot and totally love it. The separation isn't 100% clean but it is still very good for hobby usage....


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