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#41
Fairly low, apparently upper bass/low-mid baritone range. It doesn't really show through because my speaking voice is near the top of my range, but I'm 6'3", 225 lbs., and I sound as big as I am.
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#42
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How tall are you actually, due? I'd be willing to bet we're about in the same height range. I'm about 1.23m to you non-Americans, which is 5ft9in to us.

I'm 6'4". 6'5" depending on who's measuring. So suck my dick bitch (even if you have to stand on your tippie toes).
#44
Quote by due 07
I'm 6'4". 6'5" depending on who's measuring. So suck my dick bitch (even if you have to stand on your tippie toes).
Fair enough.

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#47
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Fair enough.

I ain't sucking, but I WILL get you a "high-class" hooker.



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can I join in? I don't need a high class hooker

5 or 10 dollars is fine
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#49
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It's over simplified, So what!

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#50
My voice is similar to Due's.
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#52
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80 hz isn't sub-bass. The low E string on a guitar is around 82 hz.

I dunno about sub-bass, but 80 hz is pretty low for a human voice.

I generally speak between 110-130 hertz from what I can tell.
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#53
Well, my vocal Range is roughly between E3 (Although sometimes I can sing as low as D3) to G5 (Although it hurts when I sing notes around this area), before going to falsetto.
#55
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#56
I'm a pretty high tenor, on a good day my range is around C3-E5
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#59
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How tall are you actually, due? I'd be willing to bet we're about in the same height range. I'm about 1.23m to you non-Americans, which is 5ft9in to us.



You're pulling a number out of your ass, 1.23 is about 4 feet tall

You're about ~1.75m


I'm 6ft and I have an eddie veder sound to my voice
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#61
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lowest note i can comfortaby hit it low E on the guitar



My god, that is LOW. I can't hit a low E on a guit, but I'm effectively the lowest bass in a 75 person choir with a number of guys older than me, making me a very low Bass 2. In terms of my highest, I can be a low baritone at best, so country and blues are the only genres that sound legit with my voice.
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#62
Pitch doesn't really matter. It's all about resonance. I can sing nearly as low as Johnny Cash, but it sounds an octave higher because he has a big booming voice. I have girl friends that have the same speaking pitch as me, but it sounds so much higher because they don't have as much resonance.
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#63
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My talking-voice is pretty much the same as yours. Maybe a less than a half-step lower than yours, with some higher undertones, but undeniably similar.

My singing voice is generally around a full-octave higher than my talking voice.

I can't really test it very well. I am terrified on-stage when it comes to vocal-work, so my voice is anything BUT trained. I can do backup, but I will NEVER do lead. Never again...

BTW, I am 6'8" (a friggin' giant, maybe getting taller), 19 years old, and generally a white-human-mutt, as I put it.

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I have some German, Norwegian, Japanese, Italian, French, Spanish, English, Irish, Scottish, Russian, and Dutch ancestry.

Not sure how it affects voice, but it's weird to think about how I am the descendant of lots of different races like this.
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#66
I started out as a bass, or bass-baritone (low D is my lowest note), but began singing higher because of musicals and things, and I hit a G above middle C in chest earlier today, and can reliably hit F's.

As far as my speaking voice, I'm on the lower end of the spectrum, but not really a bass. I would get mistaken for my dad on the phone all the time back in high school. Personally, I'm not a big fan of my timbre, though.
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#68
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#69
Sometimes if I'm, whatever, 'turned on or whatever', I go low, sounds cool, but, it just comes out... IDK.
#70
I have from low E on the E string to the 12th fret on the high E string. Three octaves I think? I have no falsetto either :\
#71
Quote by gnrsalvation
I have from low E on the E string to the 12th fret on the high E string. Three octaves I think? I have no falsetto either :\

That's 3 octaves which is a monster of a range. You sure?

EDIT: Actually is 3 octaves really that big? I know nothing about singing honestly. Would love to be able to though, might learn soon.
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#72
Quote by King Donkey
That's 3 octaves which is a monster of a range. You sure?

EDIT: Actually is 3 octaves really that big? I know nothing about singing honestly. Would love to be able to though, might learn soon.


Yeah I'm sure. Was in choir. My speaking voice is kinda in the middle, a little on the low end. The normal person usually has 1.5-2 octaves without falsetto. I don't have falsetto which really sucks though. So anything above the A above middle C is like an axl rose scream
#73
Quote by gnrsalvation
Yeah I'm sure. Was in choir. My speaking voice is kinda in the middle, a little on the low end. The normal person usually has 1.5-2 octaves without falsetto. I don't have falsetto which really sucks though. So anything above the A above middle C is like an axl rose scream

Oh thanks for the insight on that. And Bruce Dickinson on Run to the Hills is meant to be ridiculous with his high G?

I don't understand how someone doesn't have falsetto. I use mine all the time as joke. In fact I'm not even a bad singer in falsetto because of how much I've mucked around with my mates.
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#74
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Oh thanks for the insight on that. And Bruce Dickinson on Run to the Hills is meant to be ridiculous with his high G?

I don't understand how someone doesn't have falsetto. I use mine all the time as joke. In fact I'm not even a bad singer in falsetto because of how much I've mucked around with my mates.


A lot of rock frontmen like Steve Perry, Freddie Mercury, Chris Cornell, Axl Rose, Matt Bellamy, and especially Bruce Dickinson have ridiculous ranges. A lot of them have 4 octaves low to high. It's insane that they sound incredibly good in them too.

I believe I'm starting to develop it. The lightish heady voice is starting to grow on me. But I think it might be a strained upper register hahaha
#75
Quote by gnrsalvation
A lot of rock frontmen like Steve Perry, Freddie Mercury, Chris Cornell, Axl Rose, Matt Bellamy, and especially Bruce Dickinson have ridiculous ranges. A lot of them have 4 octaves low to high. It's insane that they sound incredibly good in them too.

I believe I'm starting to develop it. The lightish heady voice is starting to grow on me. But I think it might be a strained upper register hahaha

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#76
@Kind Donkey: I don't have a falsetto either, which I hate. My normal range stops at around D5, but I can go higher in a half falsetto thing. I think it's starting to develop though since every now and then I can make it crack and go above C6.
#77
I put my voice up to my tuner and got in between a G and a G#. Couldn't say what frequency though, just thought it was interesting to know that. However, my voice is definitely lower than almost everyone here.
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#78
Jeez how does it sound when you do falsetto? Just really crackly and strained? Maybe it's because I have a low voice, instantly going to falsetto is easy just because of the massive disparity between that and my regular. Or maybe I have no idea what I'm talking about
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#80
Quote by King Donkey
Jeez how does it sound when you do falsetto? Just really crackly and strained? Maybe it's because I have a low voice, instantly going to falsetto is easy just because of the massive disparity between that and my regular. Or maybe I have no idea what I'm talking about


Yeah, lower voices are better for falsetto.

When I can do it it sounds good. My half falsetto thing varies depending on whether or not it's a good day or not. On good days it sounds great, on bad days it doesn't sound strained, but weak and airy.

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Sexiest voice in this thread.