10 thoughts on “How to Sing Bass | Vocal Tips for True Basses

  1. I never knew that a bass-baritone could have such a wider range of pieces they could sing than a true bass. My son loves to sing and will be going to high school soon so he wants to try out for the school’s show choir. He has a good deep voice but he hasn’t ever really done anything outside of small community choirs so I’ve been thinking it would be a good idea to get him voice lessons before he tries out. It’s good to know that there are different things that he’ll be able to sing if he’s a bass-baritone compared to a regular bass.

    1. Hi Kylie! I definitely recommend having your son take some singing lessons to strengthen his vocal skills before the audition. Check out our directory of both online and in-person singing teachers! Hope that helps. 🙂

  2. I am bass baritone singer d i would love to learn more on how to build myself as a singer. sometimes i get tired very quickly when singing high registers ad i struggle alot when i have to sing low notes. How can balance without getting tired? please help.

    1. Hi Donald! An experienced vocal coach can help you strengthen those higher registers and lower notes in your range. Here at TakeLessons, we have a variety of qualified singing teachers for you to choose from. Give us a call today to find the right teacher near you! 877.231.8505

  3. I particularly sing in a bass register with a four octave range. When I was in middle school 9 years ago, my voice sunken from a tenor to the bass range. My mom, who was a soprano soloist in various music genres, tested my vocal range from B4 to G0 on the keyboard and she was nervously surprised that my voice which had been a tenor from adolescence had transformed into a basso profondo. Since then, I haven’t been practicing on my violin and piano for years since this had happen but I still practice monitoring my voice and sing songs or pieces from a music selection as a personal hobby. I am very interested to take lessons improving my vocal register as a bass singer doing solo or part of a group because there’s so much I need to learn and get advice on how to maintain a strong bass voice with an addition to sing the possible lowest as one can do.

    1. Hi Victor! Sounds like you have a very unique voice that could really benefit from some fine-tuning. If you’re interested in taking singing lessons with an instructor who has experience working with true basses, check out this webpage. You can work with a voice teacher either online or in-person for private lessons. Hope that helps 🙂 Good luck!

  4. Hi, i’m an Italian 21 years old boy and i never took singing lessons in my life,
    but on the last 2.5 years i’ve trained by myself.
    My vocal range is (C6 – B5) D5 – G#1/G1 (F#1 – F1).
    What’s my voice tipe? Could i be a Bass, or a Bass-Baritone?

    Thank you kindly for your help.

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