What is your vocal range?

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huexx said:
May 13 '16, 11:15PM

Result: Bass/Baritone

Im a mix of both, Im a bassitone

KilljoyRainbow said:
Apr 5 '16, 6:40AM

How was alto/contralto my highest and soprano my second highest?

sdfdf said:
Jan 2 '16, 9:16PM

Well it called me a Baritone because I can hit an F2. I am a Tenor. I can comfortably belt the notes to prove it, also Passaggio is what determines type. If you are looking to find your voice classification, go off passaggio, not this.

beamiller1fan said:
Dec 20 '15, 4:32PM

Blurb so true!

john adrian said:
Jun 27 '15, 3:22AM

im a bass but I can hit whistle notes and my whistle register starts from D6 up to B6 ( sometimes i can hit the E7 in emotions) so what does tha make me? an alien?

Dreamer432 said:
May 15 '15, 12:34AM

Wait... I am a mezzo soprano then there is somewhat "Best both of worlds?' What does it means?

Dreamer432 said:
May 15 '15, 12:32AM

I am a mezzo soprano... and I think it's true...

So yeah... 72 percent - is mezzo soprano and 70 percent is soprano... very near

The Red Rose said:
Apr 22 '15, 8:06PM

What is your vocal range?
Your Result: Mezzo-soprano

You sing a little lower than a soprano, and typically with a fuller richer sound, but still higher than an alto, so you can hit some high notes and some low notes. Best of both worlds.
^~^ true.

DaughterOfApollo said:
Mar 28 '15, 2:58PM

I got 90% alto/contralto. My lowest note I can hit is an E2 (sometimes a D2, depending an the day), and the highest note I can hit without my voice cracking is an F4. But I prefer lower notes over the higher ones.

dlwatts said:
Nov 3 '14, 2:13AM

My results was a Soprano, but I prefer to use my middle more than highest because I can go from mezzo to soprano and a little lower but I believe any singer can sing anything as long as they practice that is what my vocal coach has said to me to always do. Breath and pro ject!

envy101fmaxD said:
Oct 6 '14, 11:36AM

lol, im everywhere. im a girl but I go from B2 - B5 so three octaves and I sing very high xD

ranz24 said:
Aug 12 '14, 8:53AM

I'm a mezzo soprano... yeah that's a true.. i can reach higher notes but not so high.. I can also sing in lower notes..

EvaTheHybrid said:
Apr 26 '14, 11:25AM

Your Result: Alto/Contralto

The lowest and rarest female voice. Because they're so uncommon, altos and contraltos are very desirable in classical music because they fill a gap singing notes that other voices can't manage to reach. They're also very desirable in pop music because they're so unique.

StormSong said:
Apr 25 '14, 9:59PM

What is your vocal range?
Your Result: Mezzo-soprano

You sing a little lower than a soprano, and typically with a fuller richer sound, but still higher than an alto, so you can hit some high notes and some low notes. Best of both worlds.

Well that was accurate as f--- XD

ilyLPHU3DG said:
Apr 25 '14, 9:12PM

I got contralto! Didn't realize that was rare though. It's hard to find any info on it, so I can't be sure how accurate this is. I don't have chorus as an elective, so what can I do..

koalabear1 said:
Apr 25 '14, 11:04AM

soparano which I already know is my range

Vira Dash said:
Apr 25 '14, 5:02AM

Baritone. Say what!

BTRfreak said:
Apr 25 '14, 12:48AM

Mezzo-saprono. Yeah, that sounds a bit right. (: Good quiz.

AwesomelyAwesome said:
Apr 24 '14, 11:24PM

Mezzo-soprano. Yep that's pretty accurate. Good quiz! :)

Dramion said:
Apr 24 '14, 10:10PM

88% tenor! I don't know what this means, but I guess is not a bad thing

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