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Ok, so here's the thing..

I know you maybe don't like term Chest voice, but I mean my lower notes.

It's about my weak chest voice. I just wonder if there's any good exercise in order to make my chest voice a little bit stronger?

One exercise that I used to do is to hum a 5 note scale downwards, like 5-4-3-2-1, and transpose downwards just so it feels comfortable to sing. I start on a G above middle C and slide down. It feels like I start in my Falsetto, and slide into a thicker coordination.

Is that exercise good what I do? Or is there any other?

Just tried to experiment. I'm ofcourse very thankful if you could share some experience too.

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Ok, so here's the thing..

I know you maybe don't like term Chest voice, but I mean my lower notes.

It's about my weak chest voice. I just wonder if there's any good exercise in order to make my chest voice a little bit stronger?

One exercise that I used to do is to hum a 5 note scale downwards, like 5-4-3-2-1, and transpose downwards just so it feels comfortable to sing. I start on a G above middle C and slide down. It feels like I start in my Falsetto, and slide into a thicker coordination.

Is that exercise good what I do? Or is there any other?

Just tried to experiment. I'm ofcourse very thankful if you could share some experience too.

lightbluesky: Its not obvious to me from this post what you may consider 'lower notes'. Perhaps we could start this discussion there.

To your direct question: yes, there are exercises that you can do.

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Ok, so here's the thing..

I know you maybe don't like term Chest voice, but I mean my lower notes.

It's about my weak chest voice. I just wonder if there's any good exercise in order to make my chest voice a little bit stronger?

One exercise that I used to do is to hum a 5 note scale downwards, like 5-4-3-2-1, and transpose downwards just so it feels comfortable to sing. I start on a G above middle C and slide down. It feels like I start in my Falsetto, and slide into a thicker coordination.

Is that exercise good what I do? Or is there any other?

Just tried to experiment. I'm ofcourse very thankful if you could share some experience too.

i've read where 5-note stacatto scales on "oh" and "aw" are helpful (after warming up). don't push the voice down in that range.

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