#1
ive related some of the questions to guitar so i may be able to understand the answers better

where is top c on a guitar?
when determining vocal range, do you include the falsetto register?
when some one has a four octave range, does that mean they can sing over four octaves (open e string to 24th fret on the top e) or that they can hit a particular note in four different octaves?

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Quote by swell_bucket
ive related some of the questions to guitar so i may be able to understand the answers better


when determining vocal range, do you include the falsetto register?


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#7
is'nt the root note of open C the same as middle c on key board?
also fret 20 on the high e string = c
#8
Don't count falsetto and can sing over all octaves .. not just certain notes (which makes little/no sense)
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#9
for vocal range your normal range falsetto range and vocal fry range are listed separately.
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#10
Quote by vocoderboy
is'nt the root note of open C the same as middle c on key board?
also fret 20 on the high e string = c


i know, but open bottom e - 24th fret top e = 4 octaves, which was the question
#12
Quote by madbasslover
I still don't even know how to find my range, so I can't even start trying to sing properly. Not that I can sing worth a shit, anyways.


get a chromatic tuner and sing into the lowest note you can sing comfortably without going into a vocal fry and the highest note you can sing comfortable without going into a falsetto, and that's your range. also you can sing properly without knowing exactly what your range is as long as you have a rough idea.
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