The Lowest Note Ever Recorded

Roger Menees, a former gospel singer from Illinois, has hit the lowest note ever produced by a human voice, according to Guinness World Records. Menees managed the feat at his Carbondale recording studio. He hit 0.393 hertz - a very low F-sharp. The previous record was 0.797 hertz.

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