If you follow a singer who has a different vocal range than you, you may end up with a singing style that doesn’t compliment your natural abilities.

Sort of like trying to force a square peg into a round hole.

If you have a lower range, you might want to listen to Barry White or Nick Cave.

Maybe you have a higher range and you should listen to Beyonce or Mariah Carey.

So now that you know why it’s important to find your vocal range to sing better, let’s dive into how you can find your vocal range.

How to find your vocal range.

Every singer’s vocal range will be unique for their voice.

There are 6 common voice types that you should know about.

Three are typically found in men and the other 3 found in women.Women typically have a Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano, or Alto sound which is a high voice.

Men typically have a Tenor, Baritone, or Bass sound which is a lower voice.

Seems logical because women typically have higher pitched voices and men have lower pitched voices.

If you’ve ever been part of a church choir, I’m sure that you already know about these ranges.

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