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Falsetto is not your head voice

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One problem in the business of pedagogy that really needs to be improved is the vast misunderstanding of what "Falsetto" and "Head Voice" actually mean? Educators and the general public too often refer to the head voices as "Falsetto". They use the word "Falsetto" in the context of vocal registers and resonant spaces. When the term "Falsetto" is used to define the upper vocal register where high notes are produced, it is dead wrong.

So lets clarify this confusion around "Falsetto vs Head Voice" once and for all, can we?

The interesting thing is... once you really, honestly understand the difference between "Falsetto and Head Voice", you realize the possibilities you have as a student of singing. It starts with the understanding of vocal modes, or the categories that define laryngeal physiology and acoustics. In some real sense, the first big key that unlocks the door to learning how to sing amazing is understanding a little bit about vocal mode pedagogy.

Enjoy!!

 

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