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I used to have a similar problem. When I sang higher notes I had less volume and my voice lost all of the richness that was evident in my chest voice. I can't remember where I read or saw it - but what I learned was this. I was tensing up trying to hit the higher notes and contracting many of the muscles in my face, mouth and throat. It seemed like the ...


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I hated my head voice and it was for that exact reason that I sought out a singing teacher. I have listed below the techniques that I have used to be able to use this range better, I still don't love it but I'm not afraid of it any more. (For reference, my vocal tone is similar to Gaz Coombes.) Nasal Tones Blend (nasal -> similar to a bahhh tone from a ...


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Here are some suggestions Teaching oneself to sing isn't as simple as learning an instrument. There are limitations to what we can teach ourselves. Seek a teacher! What immediately concerns me is this: I cannot really get my throat voice that high, if I try it soon ends up sore It is this kind of behavior that leads to injury. If your are sore, ...


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When no one is around, hold any high note in head voice and record on your phone the sound of all conceivable combinations of positioning your throat, tounge, jaw, abdomen, neck, and even your eyelids. Make a chart so you can keep track You WILL hear a difference and then you can decide for yourself what works best for you.


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There are some youtube videos which show exercises for working on that obvious transition to head voice. My personal favourite is lip trills while humming a scale. Generally just try to do exercises involving notes spanning your chest and head voice and repeat these quietly. The trick is quietly. If you sing too powerfully in your chest voice you are likely ...


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A falsetto is not in any conceivable meaning defined by being "forced", and there is no useful singing voice where the perceived resonance (what some voice types are named after) would be in the throat. Basically you are throwing around words in the hope that they mean something you can read up upon using the internet. But in the internet you have no ...


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Sing. With regard to vocal practice, there is little point in not practising the whole range. You need that for connected registers, stable tonal quality, good vocal closure and endurance. With regard to your performance vocal range, you pick that for which you can deliver results and performance satisfactory for you and listeners. Whether or not you ...



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