Zion1744 Posted April 3, 2012 Share Posted April 3, 2012 Well i've been doing a little research on my range and what i've come up with so far is the point at which i need to access my head voice. Anyways, my teacher for choir/a capella told me my range was a tenor. The highest not i can sing so far is about an f#. I can't hit that note without going falsetto or really pushing for it though . I figured these notes out, not sure if they're even right, by counting them on my guitar.. So umm the highest note would be fret 3 on my high E string and my lowest note is open low E. I'm not sure if it really help to know where my bridge is at but i'm almost positive it is between f# and G.. Which is pretty much what the typical tenor break is at right? Is there any easy way to finding your head voice? I talked to my dad about it and he hits notes that are like fret 12 on the high E and he said he can't explain it. The best advice he told me: it wasn't coming from his stomach area it was coming from like his throat or something. Lol, i still have little to no idea what he's talking about?? I posted a thread on this before but i didn't get very much help from it ://. Do i need to see a vocal coach to learn how to do this or is there some way i can do it on my own?? Please give me some exercises or something to do.. I've been doing lip rolls or whatever every day on top of some weird tongue push ups haha and i've tried plugging my nose and singing to help on my tone. I also run through a few scales and sing along with my guitar. Please, help me find my head voice!! :D Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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