#1
Screw musically useful, just the highest note you can sing

none of my notes are musically useful anyway

When I am singing lead it's a G on the high E string on the third fret. If the vowel sound is correct sometimes I go up to A . Singing harmony the notes don't have to be as rich I can go quite a bit higher without resorting to a falsetto.

Last night the highest note I could achieve was the highest F note you can play on a guitar 13th frets up on the high E string.
Last edited by yope at Feb 27, 2016,
#2
I'm limited to 7 octaves, but can only sing expressively in 6 of them.
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#3
Idk, I don't bother hitting high notes much anymore without falsetto. I could hit an A4 for a while but now I rarely go above an E4. Falsetto pretty much always extends my range an exact octave up.

My range has extended a full tone down to a D2 over the last year tho so hopefully by the time I'm 30 I can sing every Tom Waits song
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#6
nothing impressive, about B4
falsetto I can hit up into 5 almost 6 no problem
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#9
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I don't sing.


What is the highest note you hit when bitching about English people, then?
#10
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What is the highest note you hit when bitching about English people, then?

About 7 octaves lower than your lowest note, because of my enormous balls.
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#11
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About 7 octaves lower than your lowest note, because of my enormous balls.


That's a shame, but shouldn't that make your voice HIGHER? The balls are pulling DOWN with such force that they constrict the larynx and vocal chords?

Supposedly this guy had the same problem.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcSlcNfThUA
#13
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That's a shame, but shouldn't that make your voice HIGHER? The balls are pulling DOWN with such force that they constrict the larynx and vocal chords?

Supposedly this guy had the same problem.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcSlcNfThUA

That only happens when the voice actually breaks. After that, the body's healing processes cause those structures to increase in girth, making them more like the steel hawsers holding the road deck of a suspension bridge than the sheepgut strings on a violin.
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#15
if I squeeze my testicles really hard
it starts to feel good
But boys will be boys and girls have those eyes
that'll cut you to ribbons, sometimes
and all you can do is just wait by the moon
and bleed if it's what she says you ought to do
#16
Falsetto G#5. Had to vice grip my nuggets though.

I believe that's the 16th fret of the high e.
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#17
I can hit Zb#.
o()o

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#18
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if I squeeze my testicles really hard
it starts to feel good

Yeah it does feel good.

I'm a Bass-Baritone so you figure it out.
That's what the professor in Voice class at uni back in the day told me.

I'm better at hitting the lower notes than the high ones.
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#20
I tried to hit that note once.

Key word being once

In full voice, the highest I've hit is the Db4 (high e string, fret 9). But I don't think I could do any more than the B flat under that right now. I'm having issues with my sinuses and my tonsils, and it's restrictive on my full voice.
Falsetto is fine though strangely.
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#21
I was doing a project for class voice to see how far our range could go and I took it to the max. I was eating ricola by the handful for the next half hour after though, it hurt so bad
#22
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I was doing a project for class voice to see how far our range could go and I took it to the max. I was eating ricola by the handful for the next half hour after though, it hurt so bad


We did that once in my theory class in senior year of HS. It's how I discovered how expansive my falsetto is.
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#24
blending chest and head voice (yeah i took voice lessons wutuvit) and i can hit around an F to G above the 12th fret high E.

i can do the hello motif (before she does the head-voice jump) fairly well operatic style tho.
#27
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About 7 octaves lower than your lowest note, because of my enormous balls.


i lol'd
#31
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Bb6

Is that the high note in Bohemian Rhapsody

Nah, high note in Rhapsody is Bb5. Good effort though!
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