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  1. Quick question to any vocal coaches willing to give some advice As someone very new to singing, the current note I'm training is my A4 (which seems to be a problem note for many). I can just about maintain cord compression and keep an open throat if I'm just touching the note in a phrase, but only on a closed vowel - i've recorded an example below to illustrate what I'm doing: https://vocaroo.com/i/s0l0Ga7xiHob (I know I still have some pitching and breath issues - I'm working with my vocal teacher on those) The phrase "and I'll tell YOU all about it" follows a d4-f4-g4-A4-g4-f4-d4-c4 melody. With enough support, I can just keep my cords closed while singing that line. However, there's another song I've been singing along to in the car which touches an A4 on the word "day". I'd really like to be able to sing that phrase, but for some reason I'm finding it incredibly difficult to articulate "day" without splatting the vowel and having my cords coming apart . I've been taught diphthongs, and I can sing an A4 on the "ay" vowel during my scales - but of course singing a scale and singing an actual song are two different things. My teacher says that I just need time to continue training my support and larynx muscles so that my vocal cords become used to being stretched so thin. I believe him, but in the meantime I was wondering if there are any other tricks that anyone here knows of that can help with maintaining cord closure while singing wider vowels on A4 and above? cheers, SN
  2. Hello, to sum it up the title says it all. I am a lyric baritone with a range of G2-A4 (including chest and head voice but not falsetto). Is this the limit of my range or is it possible for me to continue increasing my range? Also an extra question here, I came across a few posts mentioning about increasing high notes through mixed voice. Is pure head voice able to hit higher than mixed voice or can the latter hit higher notes?
  3. Hello guys, many of my favorite songs have use of the A4 note, usually the highest note in the songs. Now we know about M1 and M2 or chest voice and head voice. On a very good day I can sing the A4 note in a full heady sound but nothing close to the power head voices of Freddie Mercury or Bruce Dickinson. Whenever singing songs in the A4 my head voice it sounds weak, audience would not like it. However, I can also sing the A4 by belting in a strong chest voice, there is no pain or discomfort. But any note above this belty A4 my voice will break. In truth the belty A4 seems more useable and correct to me. The heady A4 feels weaker, more risky, and does not do justice for most songs. Many people here are veteran singers and have encountered these problems for years. What should I do to really have control over this dreaded A4?
  4. Everything up to A4 is ok tonally. Afterward, I feel the so called "mixed voice" (or formant shifting in TFPOS) go away and give rise to a bright, less meaty tone. I'm assuming this note is a pretty common place where the male voice shifts into a dominant head voice musculature, so what can I do to make it sound less bright?
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  6. Hi guys I'm doing all my exercise daily and seeing improvement - I thought my limit in chest voice was G4 until I realized I've been singing the way my favorite artists sing. In r&b and pop a lot of the times A4, A#4 they break into falsetto so in my mind that's what is there. Whenever I've been able to sing A4 or A#4 in full strong voice it's when I imitate a powerful singer maybe they are singing loud AY or OH. Thanks to the forum, I now believe it is possible for baritone voice to sing high as well. What songs can I sing to develop a full strong A4 and A#4? I do not have any distortion in my voice and prefer something catchy, B4 and C5 is completely out of my reach for now - baby steps I am willing to try any song of any genre with clean strong singing.
  7. Well...Hi Im Jack, Im from Chile, first of all really sorry for my poor english but ok, here we go. Im very confused about my vocal range because I hear that the baritone have a extension of their range aprox. (B2-E4) and the tenor (C3-C5). Well my lowest note is a G#2 and is really very difficult to do, it is more comfortable for me a A2 and my higuest note with my chest voice it is a G4 or F#4, it's depends, some times with a little effor I can sing a A4 with the mixed voice i guess, im not sure it's head voice it all or a mixed voice, I think it's a mixed voice cuz a feel my chest vibrates and it's not so shrill. Finally my Highest note i can sing with my head voice it is a G5 or F#5 and with falsetto some times a D6 but sounds very noisy and ugly. My question is my range vocal only realizes between my chest voice or also it's taken into account my head voice? Oh I forget to say you I love Jeff Buckley and Alex Turner voices. Sorry for my english, sorry for the lenght of the question. Lov U bye Pd: Qualify my english pls