Singing voices

SouthAmericanCichlids

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Hey I was just wondering. So I used to be a 1st soprano (Like higher than most of the other sopranos in my choir). I am a guy and my voice is dropping, I was wondering if you are a soprano as a child if you are more likely to be a tenor when you're voice drops. Just wondering, also any help in the range of a tenor (I guess in terms of a treble clef, because rn that is easier for me to understand, though I will learn the bass clef over time.) And help is much appreciated. Also any other choir folks?
 

Betta'sAnonymous

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Not sure your range as a child is any indication afyer your voice drops. Might end up with a bass like the guy from the Statler Brothers or The Oakridge Boys! Listen to the song "Elvira" to see what i mean.
 

ghostdawg

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When I was in the 5th grade some friends and I formed a singing group. My voice was more falsetto tenor. By the time I reached 7th grade, I was more falsetto baritone, then in high school, my voice was baritone. Once I reached early 20s, it became more baritone bass. Now I would say i'm more of a bass singer!

A lot people say I sound like Barry White listening to me talk! Go figure. Our voices change as we grow & age.
 
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SouthAmericanCichlids

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Also one other question, regardless of childhood voice, what is the most likely vocal range, bass baritone tenor or countertenor? Are there any ways to tell before it happens?
 

Fanatic

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I can do almost every vocal range, with soprano being a bit iffy in certain situations. I love to sing, it's something I really enjoy but rarely do around anyone.
 
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SouthAmericanCichlids

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Fanatic said:
I can do almost every vocal range, with soprano being a bit iffy in certain situations. I love to sing, it's something I really enjoy but rarely do around anyone.
You can sing Bass and Alto?
 

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