GuitarLord Posted April 7, 2011 Share Posted April 7, 2011 Hey guys/girls... so, I mostly sing rock music which usually needs more support, then let's say, pop. The thing is I can't put my volume down! I can only sing loud, and there is no way that I can sing any high note with low volume. Low notes are not the problem ofcourse, I can sing them quietly or low, but when singing higher notes - loud is the only option. This of course limits my upper range, because I guess if I could go just a bit lighter, it would be much easier for me up there in higher registers My support (at least inhaling part:) is fine, it's diaphragmic, so I guess that is not the issue. When exhaling, on high notes I just have to add volume, and if I don't I will probably go to falsetto or crack. So lighter high notes are something non-existing for me, and it was always like that. Here is me singing U2 - One. If you listen carefully, you will see that the higher note is the louder I have to be. http://www.box.net/shared/i6xnc2kecy If I would go lighter than that than that my voice would probably crack. If you listen to Bono in original song or live, he usually sing this with a bit less volume then me, but I can't do that. So can anyone suggest some tips. Oh yeah, and visuals/sensations helps a lot, so any visuals or sensation tips that could help me understand my mistakes better, would be great. Help? Thanks, Nikola Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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