What Vocal Range Am I?

In order to be a great singer, you need to choose songs within your own vocal range. This useful quiz will help you determine what your vocal range is!



Here are all the results with descriptions

Soprano
Your vocal range falls between B3 and G6, making you a soprano. Soprano is the highest human vocal register. Usually sopranos are females, but young boys and castrated singers may also fall into this category.

Mezzo-Soprano
Your vocal range falls between A3 and F5, making you a mezzo-soprano. If you would like to hear what a mezzo-soprano sounds like compared to a soprano, watch this video: https://www. youtube. com/watch? v=6x4k3HISXDk.

Contralto
Your vocal range falls between F3 and D5, making you a contralto. The term is given to female singers who sing in the lowest female voice part. (The male equivalent is counter-tenor. Here's a list of singers who sing in this range: https://en. wikipedia. org/wiki/List_of_contraltos_in_non-classical_music.

Tenor
Your vocal range falls roughly between C3 to A4, making you a tenor. Tenors have a singing voice between baritone and alto. It's the highest of the ordinary adult male range. Luciano Pavarotti is a famous opera tenor.

Baritone
Your vocal range falls roughly between A2 to F4, making you a baritone. Placido Domingo is a famous opera singer classified as a baritone. You can listen to him sing here: https://www. youtube. com/watch? v=Iyh7r1uOhM0.

Bass
Your vocal range falls roughly between F2 to E4, making you a bass. Bass singers are males who sing in the lowest vocal range of all voice types. American R&B singer Barry White is an example of a bass.