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#1
What is the lowest and highest note that you can sing? The lowest note I can do personally is a C#2.... That's a C# two octaves below middle C. As for the highest, I'm not sure.... but not very high. How about you people?
#3
I can hit the A below a guitar (As in, the seventh string tuned down a tone), and I can hit, using a throat constriction technique I discovered, the 28th fret of the high E.

I can also inhale a note that's about equivalent to 32nd fret of the high E, but it's not consistent in volume.

EDIT: I'm a screamer though, not so much of a singer.
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#4
well I can hit a low E below the bass clef staff, so only the equivalent of the low E on a guitar, and my highest note is an A above middle C, oh and with falsetto i can get another octave.
#5
I can hit 3 octaves most of the time. Never looked at what pitches they were though.
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I... I think I win!

'Though, I have to use my cheating techniques to get my high notes.... >_>
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I... I think I win!

'Though, I have to use my cheating techniques to get my high notes.... >_>

By...

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'Though, I have to use my cheating techniques to get my high notes.... >_>


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I can hit the A below a guitar (As in, the seventh string tuned down a tone), and I can hit, using a throat constriction technique I discovered, the 28th fret of the high E.

I can also inhale a note that's about equivalent to 32nd fret of the high E, but it's not consistent in volume.

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#12
About 3 and a half octaves without falsetto (starting at low E).

With falsetto, just over 4 octaves.

I prefer only brief jumps up to the high ranges though. I don't like my singing voice as much when it goes up too high.
#13
F on the low E string to the open high E string.

But i sound like **** anyway.
#14
i can growl to a B an octave below. i can sing from B (normal pitch) to a F# an octave higher.
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I'd like to point out I can go lower than you.
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#16
Whatever range a 2nd Bass voice can get to. Probably lower than that.

This, I will need to find out.
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#17
G on the low string to G on the high string

i think that makes me a baritone
#18
I got to the lowest note on a 7string tuned down 3 steps, but got lazy with guitar pro and gave up trying to find out. I'll get a pic of a keyboard and mark the highest and lowest.
EDITO!: C1 to the F just above Middle C.
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#19
In my chest voice, I can sing from the F just below the bass clef to B natural in the treble clef.

..or that was what I could sing around February. I haven't tested recently.
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I got to the lowest note on a 7string tuned down 3 steps, but got lazy with guitar pro and gave up trying to find out. I'll get a pic of a keyboard and mark the highest and lowest.
EDITO!: C1 to the F just above Middle C.


I really, really don't think you can sing C1.
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#21
Eerrhm, looking at guitar notes, I can sing the low E to the high D


#22
Db that you can tune your low E on the guitar to. And C# (9th fret) on the high E in my falcetto. In just chest voice without falcetto and lots of warming up I can hit G# (4th fret E string) in my chest voice.
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I really, really don't think you can sing C1.

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BRB, finding out.
EDIT: The keyboard we have here doesn't have enough keys so I'm downloading the trial of Virtual Piano.


Just use guitar pro.
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#26
F2 to C5, little bit higher on a good day.

Edit: falsetto up to C6
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#27
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Just use guitar pro.

I tried earlier but for whatever reason the virtual keyboard didn't respond.
Anyway, I tried it, and C1 was pretty shaky. I'd say I can get D1 MAYBE C#1
#29
My absolute lowest note is a F#2.
My absolute highest note is a Eb7.

For comfortability sake and the range I can always count on it's G2-B6, that's indeed a lot (4 octaves and a 3rd), so obviously you want prove.

Well, I have proof for the F#2:
http://manolito.mystiq.googlepages.com/ManoloKaroko-TheKillingWordsUnplugge.mp3

A demonstration of going from G2 to G6:
http://manolito.mystiq.googlepages.com/MGR_4Oct_2.MP3

From G4 to G5 to G6 to B6:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuFUthLvYms

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#32
I can't remember, but I'm naturally in the bass range.
Pretty good for a white guy...

Too bad I can barely sing.

Edit: Could be baritone, but, either way, I have a pretty low voice.
Edit 2: Never mind, my comfortable range is bass. Still can't sing, though.
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#33
I can sing this song comfortably with my vocal range.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wq-mx56H10I

I have a good few notes under that though.

The vocals on my music go a lot higher, and it takes a lot of effort and practice to get it. I used to be able to sing extremely high in falsetto, but I lost that to cigarettes.
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#35
My voice has Johnny Cash's lows and Matt Bellamy's highs.


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#36
Pretty low and pretty high but I have an annoying lack of mid-range which, while still allowing me to sing some backing vocals, would make me a hopeless lead singer in a band. I could sing very well before my voice broke though. Puberty raped me.
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My absolute lowest note is a F#2.
My absolute highest note is a Eb7.

For comfortability sake and the range I can always count on it's G2-B6, that's indeed a lot (4 octaves and a 3rd), so obviously you want prove.

Well, I have proof for the F#2:
http://manolito.mystiq.googlepages.com/ManoloKaroko-TheKillingWordsUnplugge.mp3

A demonstration of going from G2 to G6:
http://manolito.mystiq.googlepages.com/MGR_4Oct_2.MP3

From G4 to G5 to G6 to B6:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuFUthLvYms

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#38
In terms of piano, E2 to G4 in my normal voice. Up to G5 in my falsetto.
In terms of guitar, E1 to G3 in my normal voice, up to G4 in my falsetto.

And for those of you who understand that notation, the lowest open string on guitar to the third fret of the highest string in my normal voice. Up to the fifteenth fret on the highest string in falsetto.

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#39
on the guitar lowest i can hit is A3 and the highest ive reached the 19th on the high E but puberty/smoking has reduced that to the 14th
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#40
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C1? That's outrageously low..... recording?


Most people who sing bass can hit C1, but it's in their vocal fry range and thus not terribly useful.
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