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Am I Bridging correctly?

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Not really. You are in head voice at the top but you're flipping to get there and if you keep allowing that to happen it will take much longer to smooth out.

Now that you've found head voice you want to figure out how to ascend into it from chest without flipping. The sensation is that of gradually thinning out to finer musculature rather than abruptly letting go of pressure/tension like you did in this file.

It's not easy to figure out on your own, I'd recommend seeing a teacher, it will save you lots of time. Phil Moufarrege is really good at teaching bridging and offers fairly priced skype lessons. You can check out his youtube channel, there are quite a few videos about bridging on it: https://www.youtube.com/user/philmoufarrege

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You will not grow anything flipping that early I can guarantee you that. You need to try to hold onto your chest a little longer and GRADUALLY smooth it into the headvoice not just let it stop suddenly. send a clip of you trying that because it is easy to do what i said wrong as well

ok i did it louder

https://soundcloud.com/cjcangelosi/siren-louder

This is me actually singing words that high

https://soundcloud.com/cjcangelosi/anthony-green-she-loves-me-so

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Sounds really good now if you want more of a chestier sound change the vowel to and ah and work with that. If you want to just find range and stretch out a bit keep doing what your doing for that exercise just let it go where it want to go. Then if you want to build power use different open vowels like ah eh oh and stay connected don't flip after going back and fourth you will be warmed up and ready to sing

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