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The piano roll has many notes. 99 keys to be exact!
But that's not standard piano at all! Actually, the voices you see and what you think is very high isn't that high at all. C4 and C5 IS C3 and C4 on standard piano. C4 is middle C. So, if anyone had these expriences and were very confsued, just realize that you're not going to be too low of a singer like my fear was. A real piano is what you should believe than a program on a computer!
C3-G4 Means you are a tenor! (You sing very high).
C3-F4 (You're a very high baritone, which is where I am at).
C3-D#4 (You're a baritone)
C3-C4 (You're a bass)
These are just my studies, which weren't research. So if you don't these are accurate, oh well. A lot of baritones don't get high as me since I've trained to be a high baritone, and almost a tenor!
My choir teacher also told me herself that Tenors should be able to hit G4. Also, a true bass aren't very high singers. Infact, they usually falsetto pass C4.
Is it possible to get higher? YES!
I've used to be a true bass, and then I just did my little vocal range extending moment. It took me 3 days to hit to F4 with no falsetto. However, there is a limit, and it might not be possible for you to get very high without falsetto voice. It matters how thick your vocal muscle is.