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where is the resonance for falsetto felt?

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Falsetto is, by definition, lacking resonance or at least full resonance. But generally, your higher notes will feel as if they are in your head. However, falsetto is lack of full resonance and a lot of air in the tone from incompletely adducted vocal folds.

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from what I've heard, falsetto passages aren't used for really high notes, unless you are a coloratura or something... for instance a falsetto passage might be from a4-d5, while a head voice passage will be from Eb5-g#5, or something much higher.

Am I on a relevant point here xP ???

This was probably hecka off topic on my part. sorry xP

but technically, the falsetto goes all the way down to about mid chest voice..

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yes, but head voice can too if trained. in fact, head voice can go anywhere falsetto can if trained. head voice can also be trained to overlap chest voice.

that's what i work on as part of my routine. me personally? i could care less about falsetto.

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from what I've heard, falsetto passages aren't used for really high notes, unless you are a coloratura or something... for instance a falsetto passage might be from a4-d5, while a head voice passage will be from Eb5-g#5, or something much higher.

Am I on a relevant point here xP ???

This was probably hecka off topic on my part. sorry xP

but technically, the falsetto goes all the way down to about mid chest voice..

This makes absolutely no sense...

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