What is your vocal range?
Vocal range is the range of pitches that a human voice can phonate. Vocal pedagogists tend to define the vocal range as the total span of "musically useful" pitches that a singer can produce.
Simply put, your vocal range is a set of notes that you can comfortably sing. It is defined by the lowest and the highest notes that you can sing without losing in your sound quality. For example, if your lowest pitch is E2 and your highest note is C5, then your vocal range is (E2-C5).
How to find your vocal range?
- If you have a microphone in your device, then you can use our interactive Vocal range finder
No mic? Use our video instruction:
- If you play a music instrument, you can always try to sing along your guitar, piano, etc.