Rosa Posted January 24, 2016 Share Posted January 24, 2016 Sorry all about my deleting the other thread by mistake. My final conclusion at the moment is that I am going to call Falsetto Neutral from now on, because I don't want to offend my favorite singers or their fans, and it seems some people dislike the word Falsetto. I am not going to use the rest of the M1 etc terminology because I don't understand it completely and I am not a professional so not interested in learning it, but Neutral sounds good to me to describe Falsetto. I am reposting a couple of videos that were good to illustrate Falsetto. I was saying how in Spanish Falsete has a different idea, and even found that there was a singer called El Rey del Falsete (Falsetto King), but even so, not everybody has the same idea about it and I still like more the word Neutral! This teacher explains it very well and teaches us how to train it (I am aware teachers all over the world will teach similar things just not calling it falsetto training, maybe): Minute 3:25 she starts speaking and singing Falsete: 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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