Low D

I just sang a D two octaves below Middle C.

My normal low note is G which is an improvement of 5 half steps! (I’m just a little geeked)

It was a clear tone without all the “gravel.” I didn’t have to dip my chin and it didn’t hurt.

Man I love Speech Level Singing.

8 Responses to “Low D”


  1. 1 Sarah Chia October 6, 2007 at 7:50 pm

    You’re sounding good! 🙂

  2. 3 alex mclean October 7, 2007 at 11:35 pm

    I don’t know what that sounds like and I am too lazy to go pound out the note on the keyboard.

  3. 4 Peter Park October 8, 2007 at 4:59 pm

    Are you taking voice lessons? What’s your secret? Has God touched your voice?

  4. 5 Billy Chia October 8, 2007 at 6:55 pm

    Peter,
    I have been working on my voice pretty seriously for a few months now.
    I made some real advancements when I discovered “Speech Level Singing.”
    Soon I’m hoping to start a series on the websites I have used that have helped me improve my voice.

  5. 6 Chris Stout October 16, 2007 at 12:38 am

    Dude,

    My range has been shot ever since I joined the Navy. I used to sing in Opera’s, show choir, madrigals, and barbershop. Here I am now…a FOH mixer! LOL Ah, I’ll get it back someday.

  6. 7 Billy Chia October 16, 2007 at 10:45 am

    Chris,
    That’s pretty awesome. Barbershop would be fun. I don’t think FOH mixing is too funny. It’s a vitally important role (as you know.) I had to give up a lot of other things to focus on my voice.

    One of them was Hebrew. I love biblical languages and it is really awesome to read the Bible in Hebrew. Skills atrophy when you don’t use them. Like your singing, maybe someday I’ll get back to a serious study of Hebrew. For now I’m excited to live in my calling.

  7. 8 Ben Harrell October 16, 2007 at 12:13 pm

    Billy,

    You keep blowing me away with your incredible tenacity to be the best that you can be. For what it’s worth, I think it’s pretty frickin’ cool that you’ve stretched your range five half steps. It takes a big man to admit that he’s not where he wants to be and then have the testicular fortitude to go the distance to get there.

    Props.


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