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Differences: Natural High Voice & Low Voice Singing High

I've heard and seen a few points like baritones singing in tenor range have a stronger thicker sound, less bright etc... BUT!! I was wondering if someone who knows can give as detailed a description as possible of the differences, in tone or otherwise, between a natural Steve Perry type of tenor singing D4+ range and a bass/baritone using KTVA to hit those notes: Thanks!!

Oh, and I understand it depends on what the Baritone is trying to sound like...but let's say he's trying to mimic a tenor/countertenor tone.

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