lottabullets Posted March 9, 2012 Share Posted March 9, 2012 I'm 15 years old and a low baritone, I've sung for a few years now and I've managed to do quite a few things in my 4 years of seriously singing. Originally, I was an octavist in 6th grade singing bass parts. I hit a G2 at 11 years old which surprised my teacher a lot. Anyways I started to work on my middle to upper voice a lot more the next year and even more the following year. I was considered a bass up until the second semester of my Freshman year where I was placed in the Baritone section. Anyways, my range is E2-F5 in my natural voice, with vocal fry I can hit a D1 and with falsetto I can hit a C6. I know that I have major room for improvement and I haven't truly explored my voice too well, I haven't trained my head voice amazingly since I only have an F5. A tenor I'm not, but I can expand my range more for sure. I'm interested in singing some hard rock songs from bands like Disturbed and Avenged Sevenfold, so I would like some help as to how not only can I improve my range, but also how to help my rock voice (which I've developed this raspy tone and have done some false cord singing) and how to "scream" like m.shadows (not the first 2 albums where it revolves around screaming, but more so like nightmare, and how to sustain a long scream) thanks in advance Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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