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range-check [2017/01/25 14:57]
Iain Hallam
range-check [2017/01/25 15:02]
Iain Hallam
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-A good way to start testing range is to match to a D (above middle C for ladies, below middle C for men), then go up a full octave scale singing "one, two, three…"​ If the higher range seems secure, match to the G above the D you started from and go up an octave scale; if the lower range seems more secure, go down from the same G.+A good way to start testing range once warmed up is
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 +  * Ask the singer ​to match voices on a D (above middle C for ladies, below middle C for men), then go up a full octave scale singing "one, two, three…"​ 
 +  * If the higher range seems secure, match to the G //above the D you started from//  ​and go up an octave scale; if the lower range seems more secure, go down from the same G
 +  * You can continue exploring wider ranges from successive Ds and Gs.
  
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