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To source vocals for your song, you can hire a male singer directly from Voices. Post a job and get matched with the right male singer to make your song come alive.
The cost of hiring a male singer can vary depending on the rates of the male singer you would like to work with. To find talented male singers for hire and explore project rates, listen to these musical demos and get in touch with your chosen male singer using Voices.
In descending order, the four main vocal range types for male singers are countertenor, tenor, baritone, and bass.
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All About Male Singers
Are your ears peeled for the perfect male singer to bring your song to life? Do you need a mellow male vocal performance that will soothe your listeners, or a soulful vocal delivery that will blow your audience away? When you need a melodic male voice to perform the vocal track for your next song or musical project, then hiring one of these male singers is the way to go.
Male singers work across all musical genres, and you'll be able to find exactly the type of voice you're looking for with our male vocal talent featured here. Perhaps you're looking for a male country singer to emulate the sound of a Johnny Cash or Sturgill Simpson. Your project may require a male R&B singer whose vocal range takes after Marvin Gaye, Luther Vandross, or Usher. If you're hoping to hire a lead male vocalist with a commanding voice that conjures comparisons to the likes of Sam Cooke, Elvis Presley, or Elton John, when you use Voices to hire a male singer, you'll have access to our diverse and multi talented roster of experienced male vocalists.
A strong male vocal performance doesn't always necessarily have to be front and center, either. From among this lineup of trained vocalists, you can easily find a male background singer to deliver a vocal performance that blends harmoniously with the entire vocal composition of your track. Some male singers are favored for their ability to carry a tune, hit a wide range of notes, and steal the show, while male vocalists performing in a genre such as EDM or rap may have their vocals distorted, chopped and screwed, and digitally augmented.
When you're auditioning male vocalists to come onboard your project, you may need a male singer with the vocal range to hit all the right notes—whether that's a sky high falsetto or a low bass. Our experienced male vocalists will have a firm grasp on their own vocal range, and how to best use their voice as an instrument to expertly reach those notes. The four main vocal ranges for male singers include countertenor, tenor, baritone, and bass.
Of the four central vocal ranges for male singers, countertenor is the highest. Positioned one step above the male tenor register, the countertenor vocal range is comparable in sound to the female contralto register. Countertenor vocalists are capable of singing high head vocal notes of the type that are historically heard in opera.
Directly below the countertenor vocal register, you'll find the male tenor vocal range. Tenor is one of the highest main male vocal ranges, which also makes it a popular vocal range for male opera singers. However, there are a number of male vocalists who sing in a tenor register outside of the classical music realm, including popular artists such as Phil Collins, Stevie Wonder, and Freddie Mercury.
Baritone is the most common of all the male vocal ranges. Lying between the tenor and bass vocal registers, a male baritone vocalist typically completes a chord by filling the bass sound. However, some baritones are tasked with singing with a tenor like quality in order to harmonize above the melody. Male vocalists with baritone voices who often sing close to the tenor vocal range include Otis Redding and Tom Jones.
The lowest of all the male vocal registers is the bass vocal range. Male singers with bass voices can achieve those low notes in the same vein that countertenors can reach those high notes. Bass voices are known for their deep, booming quality. Barry White, Leonard Cohen, and Tay Zonday are but a few male singers whose voices are all about that bass.
Whether you need to hire a male session singer to step up to the microphone and lay out some vocals for a song or two, or a male lead vocalist to take the reins and lend their singing voice to your project, you'll find exactly the creative collaborator you're looking for on Voices. Listen to the demos of these talented male singers and hire the ultimate vocalist to work on your next musical project.