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Which notes are equivalent to these sounds? Modal voice or head voice?

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Hi guys. I'm new here and I'm a beginner at singing. That's why I've decided to turn to you for help. Recently I've recorded something like this: http://www1.zippyshare.com/v/21484766/file.html . So I would be grateful if you could provide me with information about which note I'm hitting in the sample because I must admit I'm not pretty sure (I mean.. Is it possible that it's as low as C2?). By the way.. Please don't pay so much attention to my way of hitting it :D I know it sounds funny :D All I want is to know which note it is.

Here's another sample: http://www1.zippyshare.com/v/51913817/file.html. This time I'd like to ask you if it is still modal voice or has my voice already changed to head voice or falsetto (whatever)? By the way.. I guess it's probably F5. That's what Audacity has proved it to be at least.

So if there's anybody who can help me out, I'll appreciate it. Thanks for your help in advance. Greetingz :)

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The emission pattern is modal, the resonance strategy is neither chest or head, its something that you found on your own that MAY be used to build both. Its sounding relatively functional, which is good.

Look for orientation man, you are in your way into a great confusing experience that you simply do not have the tools to solve yet.

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The emission pattern is modal, the resonance strategy is neither chest or head, its something that you found on your own that MAY be used to build both. Its sounding relatively functional, which is good.

Look for orientation man, you are in your way into a great confusing experience that you simply do not have the tools to solve yet.

This is what some term as mixed voice, but I just think it is balance between all of the muscles of the larynx which is what we should be doing anyway.

One voice one pitch at a time.

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Hmm.. Thanks guyz for all your answers that have appeared here so far. That tells me quite a lot. And how about the first sample? Is there anybody who could answer my question related to it? And by the way.. Recently I've recorded such a thing like this one: http://www35.zippyshare.com/v/4147249/file.html . I guess I'm singing out of tune, right? (I'm pretty sure of that, especially in some parts of the sample :D I've still got to work on that, I know :D) In other words, I'm hitting the notes that are one octave lower than it is supposed to be in the instrumental version, right? Is it possible to sing like this or should I really lower the pitch of the sound in the instrumental version? You know.. According to my ear, it doesn't sound so bad at least :D But still.. I'd like to know your opinion on the matter just as well. Greetingz :)

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