rfcorange Posted January 19, 2012 Share Posted January 19, 2012 hey guys im just an average guy with a pretty low baritone range. i really want to know what my general direction for practicing should be, because i just cant seem to sing high notes above the bridge. using chest voice, i can sing maybe up to a D4 without much strain, but after that it gets more and more difficult. im reading a lot of different things on the internet, and im getting really confused (frustrated, even) about how im supposed to be practicing. my old teacher just wanted me to keep practicing chest voice exercises higher and higher, but i now understand this may be a pretty bad method. from what i understand, a good method is to use head voice above the bridge, and practice it so i can sing it lower and lower, until i can bring it down past the bridge, and start to "mix" it with my chest voice. can someone please confirm if this is right? also, can someone please recommend a book or a program that would teach me how to practice? thanks a lot! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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