Question by  hq (17)

How do you know what the range of your voice is for singing?


Answer by  katyb (131)

Best option is to use a piano. Play middle C, sing it then play the next note up, sing it and so on. Ask an honest friend or singing tutor to confirm whether you're in tune or not. Once you've reached your highest note, go back to middle C and do the same excercise for the lower notes.


Answer by  Jack48 (29)

Your range is measured from the lowest to the highest note you can comfortably sing without straining or cracking. Using a piano or keyboard, find the lowest key you can harmonize with. Play and sing each whole note as you ascend the scale. Your range is measured in octaves.


Answer by  Jaquelynne (594)

Mainly you can find your range by doing warm-ups and finding what sounds best. Also, your voice does not strain or hurt when you are in a comfortable range.


Answer by  CarolynOsborne (2804)

Use a piano keyboard. Sing your lowest notes and find them on the piano. Then sing your highest notes and find them on the keyboard. That's your range, although probably your lowest and highest notes are not your best.


Answer by  Jennifer08 (554)

For women there are two main catagories:alto or soprano. An alto can hit really low pitches. A soprano can hit very high pitches. For men there are two main catagories: tenor or bass. A bass can hit very low pitches. A tenor can hit very high pitches. These are the four main voice types based on gender.


Answer by  Greggers (12)

The best way to discover your singing range is to get with a piano player, and a real piano. Start by trying out the lowest note you can sing, and have the piano player match it on the piano. Do the same with the highest note you can sing. The piano player can then tell your range in octaves.


Answer by  Zoe (2369)

If you're in a choir, your choir teacher or vocal coach can help you to figure it out. Otherwise you can use a piano. The highest range is Soprano I, the second is Soprano II then Alto I, then Alto II, then Tenor I and II, Baritone I and II and Bass I and II.


Answer by  Lavieboheme (177)

Your vocal range is determined by the lowest and the highest notes that you are capable of hitting. Ranges are divided into octaves.

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