Guest Posted May 12, 2014 Share Posted May 12, 2014 Hi everyone, this is more of an opinion-based question because it also can be relevant to a person's individual range. In the male voice, if you had to focus on 2 octaves only. Which would you choose to train? Why? (We will speak from a training sense because from a singing perspective we would just choose our favorite range, however the goal is flexibility and agility) Some example answers: C0-C2 Extreme low parts of the voice C1-C3 Medium low C2-C4 Medium part of the voice C3-C5 High part of the voice C5-C6 Extreme high part of the voice Or Any combination of octaves. C1-C2 + C4-C5 _______________________________________ I agree that all parts of the voice could use training but which 2 octaves are most fundamental to the balance of registration in the human male voice? Keep in mind some people such as myself don't have access to the extreme lows or extreme highs which is why I don't believe there is a sure-fire answer since different voices need different training. - JayMC Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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