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Realistic amount of notes can gain in 1 years time... - opeth222 - 12-27-2017

So I'm setting some goals for "2018". Can sing from a low low D note, up to a B (an octave and a half higher) on all vowels pretty well. C C# D notes only certain vowels will sound good right now.

My question is:  If I did everything right from Jan 1st 2018 to Dec 31st 2018. Practicing about 1hr a day...what do u guyz think is a realistic # of notes I could gain? 3? 6? 9? An octave?

I have no clue that's why I'm asking. I'd like to be realistic when setting this goal...thanks


RE: Realistic amount of notes can gain in 1 years time... - ronws - 12-28-2017

I don't really know how much range gain to expect, either, and I have not seen someone phrase it that way, either. However, it is good to have goals. And to keep working on those, whether you cover all that range in a calendar year or not. Just keep going. Again, I have not seen any plan or method that described such a gain in such a specific amount of time. Maybe you will accomplish and document it to provide the first case study. That would be cool.


RE: Realistic amount of notes can gain in 1 years time... - opeth222 - 12-28-2017

(12-28-2017, 01:16 AM)ronws Wrote: I don't really know how much range gain to expect, either, and I have not seen someone phrase it that way, either. However, it is good to have goals. And to keep working on those, whether you cover all that range in a calendar year or not. Just keep going. Again, I have not seen any plan or method that described such a gain in such a specific amount of time. Maybe  you will accomplish and document it to provide the first case study. That would be cool.

We'll I guess we shall see then. Thanks rowns!

See my new question. I shall ask later today?

(12-28-2017, 09:11 AM)opeth222 Wrote:
(12-28-2017, 01:16 AM)ronws Wrote: I don't really know how much range gain to expect, either, and I have not seen someone phrase it that way, either. However, it is good to have goals. And to keep working on those, whether you cover all that range in a calendar year or not. Just keep going. Again, I have not seen any plan or method that described such a gain in such a specific amount of time. Maybe  you will accomplish and document it to provide the first case study. That would be cool.

We'll I guess we shall see then. Thanks rowns!

See my new question. I shall ask later today...