I'm trying to teach myself how to sing for 2 months now or something. I've looked on the internet to gather as much information as I could to make my journey as safe as possible but nobody mentions this in a at least "descriptive" way.
I can go as low as a C2 ... but that's a useless note, not strong enough and as high as E4/F4. I think F4 is my where my break is. Anyway, I know how to do the transition smoothly from chest to head without hearing the break but my problem is that when I sing rock/metal where I have to put more pressure I am VERY loud. I think I do have somewhat proper chord closure and what I'm really asking here is... Do I have to be THAT loud? Is that the right way?
I mean someone walked in the room last time I tried doing what I describe above and he glares at me... I'm like "I know" and he said "No.... you really Don't! Last time you try to sing that song."
I bet I'm labeled as the crazy person in my neighborhood by now. So what gives? Any input would be welcomed.