#1
There's the regular vocal range, Bass to Soprano.

Then, of course, there's also the superhuman whistle register. It gets way above a Soprano.

I was thinking, since there's the whistle range, is there a range that is lower than the Bass range?

I can hit the lowest note in the Bass range, and can go up to the tenor range. After a certain point in going as low as possible, my voice just sort of gives out.
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There is lower than bass. It's called barry white

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#5
yeah, you have to use a lower vocal register to get to it
for me it sounds kinda like a cross between a fog horn and a gator growling, it's very hard to sing in though
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#8
There's a "bottom" of the bass range? I thought bass was just lower than everything else. Unless you start getting into basso profundo range or something (at least I think that's what it's called, and it's absolutely crazy)

TS, just out of curiosity, what's your specific range? Saying "I can hit low bass notes and some tenor notes" doesn't really mean much.
#9
Unless you can hit those bass notes without vocal fry, they're out of your range as far as I'm concerned, because you won't be able to use them for singing and keep the crowd from booing at the same time.


And I'm not sure if there's anything below bass as far as vocals go.