#1
I am not going to be a lead singer, but I do sing decently enough where i can write my own songs with vocals.

I have a pretty low range am either a bass-baritone or a regular baritone. I can sing a G1 without a vocal fry and sing up to a G4 in head voice or mixed, im not too sure.
Last edited by musicandthewave at Mar 29, 2011,
#3
Quote by musicandthewave

I have a pretty low range am either a bass-baritone or a regular baritone. I can sing a G1 without a vocal fry


Mismeasurement.... or provide proof?

Quote by musicandthewave

and sing up to a G4 in head voice or mixed, im not too sure.


As long as it isn't falsetto, G4 is great. There are tons of songs / bands whose songs top out around there.

CT
Could I get some more talent in the monitors, please?

I know it sounds crazy, but try to learn to inhale your voice. www.thebelcantotechnique.com

Chris is the king of relating music things to other objects in real life.
#4
Hi guys

So glad I found this thread..I'm exactly in the same boat. I'd like to be the lead vocalist of a band and can actually sing a bit now BUT I have a bass voice and fear its unsuited for rock music. If someone could give a listen to a track or two in my profile and give their -honest- opinion of my voice and whether it would work then I'd appreciate it a ton..! The two songs I have up with vocals actually show my upper register...my voice goes very low.

I know it works for the National (one of my favorite bands btw), but they have a very specific type of music which happens to suit the singers voice and vocal style brilliantly...my point is, I can't really imagine Matt Berninger singing a U2 song for example.
#5
Quote by axemanchris
Mismeasurement.... or provide proof?


As long as it isn't falsetto, G4 is great. There are tons of songs / bands whose songs top out around there.

CT

nope not a mismeasurment. 100 percent sure I can sing a C2, A1 im pretty sure I can hit, G1 is kind of iffy but i don't think it's fry. I can fry as low as C1.