Questions tagged [falsetto]

Use for questions relating to the falsetto vocal register. The falsetto vocal register is defined as one occupying the frequency range just above the modal voice register and overlapping with it by approximately one octave.

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Can you be doing falsetto without knowing it

I was wondering because it seems as tho I can sing higher when I’m not trying to get my highest note out. Idk I thought this could be something that’s happening
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Can't sing high notes in a chest voice but can in falsetto?

I've always sang in a falsetto voice-its simply easier for me-but I've recently wanted to sing in my chest voice more. When I sing high notes I can reach really high notes (I'm a soprano), but when I ...
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Missing Falsetto

I’m a high soprano, and I usually hover around in the high g high a area. I was sick with the flu for three months months for which I was unable to talk. Around a month ago, I regained my speaking ...
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Am I stuck like this?

My name is Stavros and I am 16 years old. My voice changed around 12-13 and my voice stopped breaking around 14. I've always wanted to sing. My current range is B1-F#5. However, I flip into falsetto ...
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Is falsetto bad?

My lowest note is a f2 in chest voice and a g6 in falsetto, my question is ... if my highest note is a g6 in falsetto how high can I get in a head voice? I want to know if using falsetto to get high ...
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Vocal technique in the chorus of Stomp! by Brothers Johnson

I am not a singer , however I am curious about this. During the 1st Verse the singing sounds like falsetto to me. During the 2nd Verse the singing still sounds very airy , however it doesn`t sound ...
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Vocal registers

Someone could tell me which vocal register (falsetto, head voice, chest voice) is applied on each recording? (1) https://vocaroo.com/i/s0j2eV5hUqYl (2) https://vocaroo.com/i/s0uUGeZVUuFA (3) https:/...
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I go into Falsetto at C5?

I'm not a really experienced singer, so I tried to find my vocal range and I cannot go above C5 without going into my falsetto. If i push myself hard enough I can get a really rough B4 but I literally ...
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Head voice weak “a” vowel

Whenever I sing "e" vowel in head voice I can feel the vibrations on head by placing a hand and the "e" vowel in head voice is strong as well and also "o" vowel. But when I place my hand on my head ...
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How to strengthen my falsetto

i've been practising singing for a few months now and i've quite comfortably found my mixed voice. However i quite enjoy the singing styles of artists such as Blackbear and Eden (vague similarity to ...
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Accessing Head Voice From Vocal Fry

Is it possible to access one's head voice by by using vocal fry? Falsetto is known to have its vocal chords spread apart, resulting in a high pitched but airy and quiet tone. Head voice is also used ...
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Why can I only reach high notes after an extended warm-up session?

I am a countertenor. In order to reach the soprano range, I need to warm-up for an extended period of time, usually within the span of 30 minutes to 2 hours. Think of it as crafting a key for 1 hour ...
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How to compose for male falsetto?

I'm writing a musical theatre piece and I want one of the male character's parts to be sung completely in falsetto, but I have no idea what clef to write it in. Would I write it in treble clef or ...
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Regaining falsetto after a cold

I occasionally use falsetto/head voice in singing and more generally, I use my head voice sometimes when I'm speaking. But whenever I'm sick, my head voice goes away for literally months. Well after ...
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I feel like my falsetto doesn't go as high as my head voice, is that likely?

The terminology of head/falsetto voice is still slightly confusing me (or maybe it's just got different interpretations - see the video in the answer to What is the difference between male head voice ...
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How can I tell if I (or other male singers) are using falsetto or head voice?

There are some related questions: What is the difference between male head voice and falsetto? (but the accepted answer answers a different question) How to differentiate between head voice and ...
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How should a boy who has already started to go through puberty learn to sing in falsetto?

Inspired by How can I safely extend my vocal range The above question had a great answer. I would like to know what, if anything, is different about learning to sing in falsetto. (My son wants to ...
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12yo driving me nuts with poorly done falsetto

My son is twelve and a half and enjoys singing along with pop songs that he listens to with headphones on an mp3 player. Some of it comes out as some awful squeaking, which I find intolerable! He ...
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How long to learn/understand/master mixed-voice technique?

I recently began taking singing lessons twice a week. I am a low tenor, with my highest note being G# above middle C. I advised my coach that I want to sing as high as possible, in the post-hardcore ...
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Is this head voice/mixed voice?

I have been a curious student of singing for a long time on my own now. Basically scoured the Internet videos/forums, etc and practiced on songs that I like to cover. The way I sing has consistently ...
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Is there a way to lower your falsetto threshold?

When I go down the notes with falsetto, I reach a point where my voice cracks and I go into my normal chest voice. My question is, is there a way to lower this 'threshold' before going into chest ...
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Help with falsetto

I can sing falsetto for short periods of time but it sounds terrible when I drag the note out. Can this be improved or am I stuck without falsetto?
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How to sing “like a girl” for men?

I recently discovered that some men (with normal adult male speaking voices) can imitate female singers pretty convincingly, at least to the untrained ear: ...
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Is falsetto a serious type of singing style for a man?

I always thought it was something of a joke, used in comedy skits or all-men productions where there are female parts. Is it actually a valid/serious singing style? Not to be confused with your ...
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When should falsetto be used for a male voice?

I'm really confused about the concept of a falsetto voice. As I understand it, past a point when I'm singing / talking, something in my vocal chords changes, I lose the "basey" sound of my voice, and ...