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  1. nevergiveup

    Mixed voice sounds like vocal fry?

    Thank you, it is working for me now!! Awesome song haha
  2. nevergiveup

    Mixed voice sounds like vocal fry?

    Thank you KillerKu!! I read over the lyrics and what you said, and it just made me more sure of pursuing and practicing singing. Thanks for all the info! The link said the file had been removed, but if you could get it to work somehow I'd love to listen to it rather than just the lyrics
  3. nevergiveup

    Mixed voice sounds like vocal fry?

    Unfortunately, I do not have the money for any vocal lessons/coaches at the moment. I will continue working on head voice and chest voice individually before mixing them together. I will also look into fold mass/closure as well. I have worked on resonance and placement a little bit and will continue to do so. Thanks for the help!
  4. nevergiveup

    Mixed voice sounds like vocal fry?

    MDEW, do you have any suggestions then on how I could get the "other pieces of the puzzle" to get a full and rich mixed voice? And would you recommend for me to continue doing this exercise?
  5. nevergiveup

    Mixed voice sounds like vocal fry?

    Here is an example guys: LINK TO WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE: https://soundcloud.com/nevergiveup123-1/cracklinghoarse-mixed-voice It sounds like I am straining, but I am not, it is comfortable singing that, it just sounds horrible.
  6. nevergiveup

    Mixed voice sounds like vocal fry?

    Okay, so I will definitely try to post a vocal sample of me doing a scale or something tomorrow. As for the looseness of the term "mixed voice," I would like to sound something like Nick Pitera here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iz0QrHMyP2k or Sam Tsui here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dSkn489i7I . I will try to post the vocal sample tomorrow
  7. I have played piano for a while and last year began singing along with it. I have always liked singing for fun, but lately I have been getting more serious about singing. I found out about the elusive but magical "mixed voice" and have been trying different methods I have heard to get my voice into mixed voice. I finally got it a couple days ago and could feel it in my chest and my head, but something sounds very wrong with it. It sounds like vocal fry in the sense that the chest voice part of it cuts in and out like popcorn popping. I am wondering if there is any way to fix this? Or should I just keep practicing, doing scales, etc. until this sound stops and the mixed voice is nice and smooth? I I am unable to post any link at this time, but I might be able to tomorrow if it would help. (Also, sometimes I notice that it sounds like my head voice is an octave higher than my chest voice??? even though I didn't think this was possible.) LINK TO WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE: https://soundcloud.com/nevergiveup123-1/cracklinghoarse-mixed-voice It sounds like I am straining, but I am not, it it comfortable singing that, it just sounds horrible.