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    The range required of the singer in order to sing the song you write is another consideration for you to keep in mind. Even professional singers only have a range of about an octave and a half that they are comfortable with. If you find yourself needing to break into falsetto every time you come to the come to the chorus, it’s time to re-tool your melodyÉ