VideoHere Posted February 10, 2012 Share Posted February 10, 2012 folks, i want to know if you have ever experienced what happened to me last night....' i was pretty warmed up and had sung a few difficult songs..felt good then i went to try to do the f5 at the end of the four season's rag doll song i am working on and it was just not there. in fact, no falsetto (partial cord adduction) type tones were available to me at that point. so i was a little worried...where the hell is my falsetto f5? where is my falsetto type voice? then i simply "sensed" that if was to just try to gently pinch the folds together and add a little more support, maybe i had the makings of a solid f5 in full voice (head register, full fold adduction). it was a true balancing act. if i under adducted, it fell apart, but if i applied just the right amount of support and gently pinched the folds just the right amount, it swelled into this really nice connected f5, one i had never experienced before this easily. from this experience i can only guess that i must have swollen the folds to a point where partial adduction wasn't possible? so i was thinking to myself, falsettoish type tones are propably more doable before fold swelling takes place? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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