Does a higher note always needs more energy to sing than a lower note? Is it possible for a singer to sing a higher note using same energy used to sing a lower note?


No, a higher note does not necessarily require more energy to sing. A simple example is the use of falsetto which can be done with very little effort—certainly less than the same singer singing the same pitch using their modal voice.

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  • No problem. Does that answer your question? – David Vogel Mar 6 '18 at 14:29
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    @ David Vogel, Yes,that answers my question.We can use this information while producing electronic sound. – user48608 Mar 7 '18 at 13:12

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