Can the Baritone voice range learn to sing?
Baritone – the dreaded word when it comes to voice type, all low end and no high range. Every famous singer is a Tenor, right? No so – the baritone voice comes with it’s unique challenges, but you’ll likely find some of your FAVOURITE singers are actually baritones who are just incredible singers – even a guy like Chris Cornell naturally held a baritone voice type, albeit higher than most, but everyone from Tom Jones, Eric Burdon, Paul Rodgers and yes, even Axl Rose are Baritone singers.
But my voice is so low – what do I do?
First up, get some singing coaching from someone who KNOWS the baritone voice – I’m naturally a very low baritone and I’ve been singing for well over 15 years now, I’m often mistaken as a Tenor now due to my extensive high range! As long as your coach understands your low voice type, you’ll be fine. You can book a Skype coaching session with me personally here – I’ve been coaching baritone singers all around the world since 2010!
Here’s a quick lesson on improving your voice as a baritone, this advice alone will actually take you further than most expensive courses will…
The answer is YES, the baritone voice range absolutely CAN learn to sing with a powerful and extensive vocal range – and even become professional singers and international vocal coaches like me! If you’re ready to start building your baritone singing voice the RIGHT way, book a session with me now!
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