#1
I have a deep voice but it has a big vocal range, but when I sing in my "rock" voice (where it is all rough sounding, listen to Brian Johnson on ACDC's song danger when he's not singing high, that is a bit what mine is like) my vocal range is fairly limited, how do I improve it, as I say, when not singing in my rock voice I have a large vocal range.
#2
Practise?
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#3
There is a singing thread, I'll answer your question there. Go to musician talk.
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#4
Practicing as much as you can as loud as you can stretches your vocal cords, but I'm not sure about it if you're doing a voice that isn't natural.
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