When most people say they have a bad voice, they really mean that they have trouble staying on pitch. Its very rare for anyone to be completely “tone deaf”. Most of us can tell if were singing on pitch or not. (If you speak with a deep baritone voice, do not attempt to sing a Mariah Carey song.
What is considered bad singing?
Being off by more than a half semitone (50 cents) is considered poor singing. Bad singing could be a matter of perception: Maybe people werent hearing the notes correctly to begin with. Or it could be a difficulty with motor control — bad singers couldnt control their vocal cords enough to duplicate what they heard.
What is the rarest singing voice?
contralto voice The contralto voice is the lowest of the female voices and by far and away the rarest. The contralto range is roughly from the F below middle C to a high F one octave above middle C almost exactly matching that of the male countertenor.
What is the deepest singing voice?
A singer named Tim Storms holds the Guinness record for hitting the lowest note. Its the musical note G-7, and it registered at 0.189 Hertz. He also holds the record for the widest vocal range, of 10 octaves.
What is the deepest male singing voice?
Tim Storms boasts a vocal range of 10 octaves and his lowest note is so deep it can only be heard by elephants.
Does your voice really sound like it is recorded?
When you hear your voice on a recording, youre only hearing sounds transmitted via air conduction. Since youre missing the part of the sound that comes from bone conduction within the head, your voice sounds different to you on a recording.
Who can sing 10 octaves?
Tim Storms Tim Storms boasts a vocal range of 10 octaves and his lowest note is so deep it can only be heard by elephants.
Who hit the lowest note?
Joy Chapman certainly knows how to “drop it low” - using her powerful voice! The vocalist from Surrey, British Columbia, Canada has officially achieved a new record for the lowest vocal note by a female, hitting a 34.21 Hz (C♯₁) with her talented pipes.
Who can sing 5 octaves?
Singers with a wide vocal range Other big names with a 5-octave range are Shanice, Prince and Kyo, plus jazz singer Rachelle Ferrell.