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  1. This is a subject that appears often and always stir the same kind of debate, so please READ this post carefuly before making a new thread on the matter. New threads with the following subject: "What is my vocal fach?" "I can hit a G9 on chest voice, what is my fach?" "I think I am a bass, can I sing jazz?" "Is singer Joe Blow a bass or a soprano?" Will either be closed or have their contents moved into this thread, so please exercise your reading. Let's begin. The fachs, with their respective most common tessituras are: Male voices: - Bass - F2 - F4 - Baritone - A2 - A4 - Tenor - C3 -
  2. I recdntly got pillars and im really digging it. The thing is this. I understand the voice MUCH MUCH better now. All the terms used in singing are finally making sense to me and i can comfortably say that i can explain even to other people alot of crucial and scientific as well as practical information. Assuming that everyone can potentialy sing high notes, and i truly believe that because we have people right here on this forum who achieved just that, namely Jens who is a huge inspiration to me. Now that said, how does one go about achieving vocal range expansion. Im interested in a MEN
  3. I recently discovered my whistle register. I think I am doing it right, but I need to make sure I am. I don't want to do any damage to my vocal chords, as I am a good singer, and have always been told so. I consider myself good too. I can hit an f6 pretty effortlessly, but sometimes it's difficult to go higher. Sometimes I just can exhale and it comes out great, but other times it seems like I need to almost squeeze a bit to get higher? They also sometimes sound really shaky, like in the second video below. My whistles also sound squeaky. I am a young female singer, btw. My problem is I am not
  4. i find it difficult singing high pitch,something when i sing it,i cant control it,it wil be noise,so i need someone who can tell me the secret of singing high pitch.
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