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Do I have a 9 OCTAVE RANGE? (F#0 to G9 - Male)

Hi all!

Been workin' on broadening my vocal range on both the high and low ends and my lowest recorded seems to be an F#0.

Today I was trying out whistle notes and got a very high note out of me and I think it's a G9. It's weak, breathy and ugly but IT'S MINE :D

Could someone confirm that I'm reading them right?

F#0: https://voca.ro/13WGIYgoC4t5
G9: https://voca.ro/1ou19oHRZw0H

Yes, this is not my sung range, I'm well aware :-)




  • WigsWigs Moderator, 2.0 PRO, 3.0 Streaming Posts: 5,039
    I don't have anything that can read those samples. Your low note sounds like a sub harmonic technique where you over lay a vocal fry to make it sound like a note that is an octave lower than it really is. While I know that this is something that an octavist uses Im unsure whether you can call it a true natural note.
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