Speculate Posted March 4, 2012 Share Posted March 4, 2012 Hello everyone! I just stumbled upon this site, and its so awesome to know there is a place to talk about singing with other people who are also so passionate about it! Question: Im a male with a baritone range. I cant go past G4 (The one below Tenor C) in chest voice. Im wondering if there are ANY techniques or if it is even possible for a male baritone to be able to hit High tenor C? There are so many pop songs these days, like "Just the way you are" by bruno mars that i would love to be able to sing in its original pitch. What about curbing? or overdrive? adding 'twang'? Ive also researched a technique called the 'mixed voice'. I believe it combines the chest and head voice so one can hit higher notes with the range of head voice but also the power of chest voice. It apparently also allows me to go through my upper break (passagio) with fluidity and no audible crack. My question is: With certain techniques, will i be able to go higher than a G4?? perhaps to a 'tenor high C'? Will it also sound stronger/fuller than pure head voice? I really would like to be able to sing these current day pop songs Thanks so much! I cant wait to be a part of this community! :) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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