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Have I found headvoice?

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Here's two samples of me trying to find headvoice I'm not sure if I've found it or just pushing chest I don't feel any strain doing these unless I try to get higher then the pushing starts. Thanks

Using a "Meh" sound.

http://picosong.com/3YBu

Using a "Ah" sound

http://picosong.com/3YBp

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Try:

OOs (Goos)

EEs (Gees)

Whup (Got that one from Bob)

Bwoop

Rob put this video up a while back for better onsets to get into the head voice.

I really like the airy onset into a pressed phonation to really ring in the head voice. Then from there scale downwards.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RE5qKzPM

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narrow vowels isolate head voice..... "oo" and "ee" are great training vowels.....(that's an "ee" made with the mouth position of an "ah.")

make that face and head vibrate.....lol!!!!

I tried the both not sure which one is the correct way

1.

http://picosong.com/3YDV

2.

http://picosong.com/3YDQ

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Try:

OOs (Goos)

EEs (Gees)

Whup (Got that one from Bob)

Bwoop

Rob put this video up a while back for better onsets to get into the head voice.

I really like the airy onset into a pressed phonation to really ring in the head voice. Then from there scale downwards.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RE5qKzPM

The video you linked isn't showing up.

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I tried the both not sure which one is the correct way

1.

http://picosong.com/3YDV

2.

http://picosong.com/3YDQ

"oo" needs to be formed (for this exercise) by narrowing from a nice open throated "oh." lift the soft palate sing an "oh" and then close in to the "oo."

it's okay to be hooty sounding.

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