kickingtone Posted November 26, 2019 Share Posted November 26, 2019 According to my understanding of the word, "falsetto", I am using falsetto in some places in the following clip (although not everywhere). A definition I tend to use means that you can use falsetto on just about any note in your range, low or high. Falsetto is produced when your vocal folds vibrate without being compressed (and I think that that covers quite a lot of different shades of falsetto, and falsetto mix). I see falsetto first and foremost as stylistic. Not as a fallback for reaching high notes. But, the following is a typical definition of falsetto. Look how strongly it has been associated with high pitch! They make it sound like a fallback method, rather than a style. falsetto /fɔːlˈsɛtəʊ,fɒlˈsɛtəʊ/ noun MUSIC a method of voice production used by male singers, especially tenors, to sing notes higher than their normal range. "he sang in a piercing falsetto" Similar: high voice high-pitched voice high-pitched tone shrill tone piercing tone ear-piercing tone a singer using the falsetto method of voice production. a voice or sound that is unusually high. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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