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Are Notes that can be Reached in Falsetto also Reachable in Head Voice?

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36 minutes ago, Gsoul82 said:

Falsetto is a tool.

Excellent. Such a simple comment that reveals a lot of insight about voice training. Nice work Geoff... Yes, Falsetto is NOT our enemy. It is in fact, a powerful "tool", not so much when singing, but... when training...THAT is where you unlock the most value out of understanding Falsetto. Not in the singing, but in the training! Hint, Hint folks...

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9 hours ago, DisgustingVoice said:

I want to hit high notes but falsetto sucks.

Disgusting... will you PLEASE write in a proper title... 

Moderators, please don't let a title like this stand... 

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2 hours ago, Robert Lunte said:

Excellent. Such a simple comment that reveals a lot of insight about voice training. Nice work Geoff... Yes, Falsetto is NOT our enemy. It is in fact, a powerful "tool", not so much when singing, but... when training...THAT is where you unlock the most value out of understanding Falsetto. Not in the singing, but in the training! Hint, Hint folks...

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You grew your hair back out? 

 

@DisgustingVoice

Falsetto is a tool in your belt. Do you want to be able to do some of the job or the whole thing?

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Falsetto does not suck. Even those awesome  sounding guys who sound like they are screaming a G5 and above are using falsetto to do it. They have trained how to use it.

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Well, on every note you can sing, you have quite some dynamic range and a wide range of choices, from really strong to very soft qualities. How a note sound will depend mostly on the *context* its used.

If you come singing A4s at the absolute maximum power you can and then suddenly go up to a G5, the G5 will never sound "full" since it will be compared to the A4. If you were singing a very soft E5, and jump to A5, opening it and going as strong as you can, this A5 will now sound quite full.

Human voice works like this, as the pitch goes up, all avaiable qualities become thinner/softer. So you need to play your cards right. Fundamental rule of registration!

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