studiousstudent Posted August 1, 2021 Share Posted August 1, 2021 Hi. I am dying to get the mixed voice, and I tried exercises on YouTube (moan upwards from vocal fry, trying to flip up and down the break, etc.) the whole afternoon and now I'm drinking cough syrup, and I still don't think I've found it. I am still not able to sing higher than my chest voice can without head voice, so I assume what I've done today is just a chest voice with distortion (or creaking? not sure which one is it). What are your experiences for finding mixed voice? Any suggestions / videos are welcomed. Thank you. P.S. I'm also starting to self study with the SLS book. I think they use the word middle voice instead of mixed voice, but I have to be able to do it, before polishing it with exercises. P.S.2 I believe if I keep trying many different ways, I can do it eventually. I tried many many different ways to learn the Russian R (voiced alveolar trill), than eventually I got it. Did the same with the French R (voiced uvular trill), which took even more trial and errors, but with persistence I eventually got it too. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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