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I (male) just tested out my vocal range. Please comment on that. Is it average? Or special in some way? I'm not a trained singer.

I'm dissapointed about my chest voice because it doesn't have a higher range.

chest voice:

lowest:

g2

highest:

c4 (comfortable)

g#4 (uncomfortable, pushing)

head voice:

lowest:

e3 (comfortable)

c3 (uncomfortable, weak)

highest:

c5 (comfortable)

g5 (uncomfortable, pushing)

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Hyper Target.

Sounds kind of like my range. Its not a bad range. That would be g2 to g5 which is 3 octaves i think.

Anyways, develop it, and it will increase even more, as you say you aren't trained.

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I don't know enough to say about your range, but I am curious. How do you test it? Sing into a mic with a tuner on it and just watch the display I'm guessing? Do you go by what ever sounds you can make, or only the ones you could sing and maintain?

Quexoz,

The way I check my range is sitting in front of a piano. Start from the lowest, and go to the highest. The tuners are not too good for this... Its too sensitive and not too accurate with vocals.

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Sounds completely normal for an untrained singer. Keep singing and you'll get where you want in some 10-15 years. Reading the tips here and learning from some youtube clips will speed it up a little, but taking lessons from a professional trainer will be much quicker.

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