damageinc Posted December 11, 2009 Share Posted December 11, 2009 Hi folks, I am a 33 year old guy just doing this now as a hobby. I used to sing and play guitar years ago, but never concentrated on upper register. I kind of gave up on being a rock star 10 years ago, but I have thought about maybe starting a cover band for fun with some friends when my kids are a little older. Anyway...enough about me. I had a question. I have reading all over the posts on the site and have started reading Jamie Vendera's book as well as youtube videos. What I have read is that when you sing a scale up to your break, then that is the moment when you hit falsetto(above break). I having been practicing and noticed that when I push less air out, that I can run much higher than my break. My question is, when I do this with less air, is that the same a starting at falsetto, even starting at low register? Are the low notes considered falsetto too, or am I just learning how to actually control my air and upper headvoice/range? Was I just belting out too much air for all of these years? Thanks for the answers in advace and also thanks for reading such a long message.:) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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