saim Posted March 31 Share Posted March 31 I'm 17 and i believe I'm a baritone. It had been about a month or so of me practicing chest voice to go higher and i could reach an F#4 with very pulled chest voice. An F4 was more bearable but there was still strain. My lower notes though had a better tone and control with the comfortable notes around B2 to C4. Then i stumbled upon the concept of mixed voice. My understanding of it is that we make some coordination between CT and TA muscles to go higher with more power and resonance. The first step to it as I saw in videos was to not pull chest and instead bridge into falsetto. As someone with a developed falsetto to G5 I am now able to somewhat make the 'break' less noticeable after 1.5 weeks of practice. However, I can no longer sing above a D#4 with chest voice. Even if I push a lot, it goes till an E4 and is a much weaker sound. I am scared that I may have lost my notes cause since my break has gotten less noticeable, i simply lapse into falsetto after D#4 and have no 'mixed' or chesty resonance either. No matter how hard i try to put my larynx down too, it simply gets higher and I don't know if that has something to do with it or not. Should i stop these exercises or am I doing them the wrong way? It would be great if you'd help me out I'm really desperate at this point Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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