SamJohnson Posted April 7, 2010 Share Posted April 7, 2010 Hi. I haven't lurked this forum, and don't know very many of your credentials or opinions on any methods of training, so I will not bring up any of the training I have had. I'm simply going to state what has happened to me, and hope that someone will have an exercise to get it back or some sort of advice. I am a 19 year old male. At 17 I had an E2-C7 range. Everything over F4 was falsetto, but regardless, I was able to produce sound in those upper registers, and access a whistle tone. Years pass, training happens, voice happens, life happens. I still have my E2 pretty solid, occasionally I can hit a good low C. However, I'm unable to vocalize a woman's high C anymore. I can get an A or so, but above that eludes me. In falsetto or a head voice/mix. Ideas? If you have any questions I guess I can answer them, but I don't want tempers flaring. Thanks in advance! -Sam Oh! It may help to know that I haven't been using my falsetto...at all..for about 2 years. Bare minimum at least. And I am just sorta pissed off that I was able to get such high notes, regardless of how usable they are-and the fact that they are in falsetto-and now I can't. I'd be cool with getting them back connected to my chest. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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