A lot of people on this forum seem to be giving examples of a lot of hard rock singers that can sing well, like iron maiden or judas priest. But what about pop songs? I'm 18, and i love Pop, Pop rock, and electronic music!
But i can never really sing them, seeing how 99.9% of all pop/pop rock/ electronic singers are tenors or tenor 2.
The only way for me to sing the songs are for me to transpose it down, when i do, people tell me its nice low and sexy which I pretty much love..
And Iv'e come to accept the fact that i can never ever sing high so i can forget about singing po after my a Capella coach indoctrinated that a bassist range is limited to at max a E4, so dont bother trying AT ALL, and just stick to your Low Notes
But then one day i stumbled upon this..
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Apparently Tim Foust, a bassist could go up to a Bb4!?@#!!@#!#%!$ Is this true??
Can anyone tell me based on listening to the way he sings what is he doing?!?! It's almsot impossible for me to go past a D4.
How does he achieve it, can I achieve it to? or am i really doomed to never sing my favourite songs?