Guest Posted March 15, 2013 Share Posted March 15, 2013 Hey all, this is not a new discovery for me but I definitely realized its value very recently. Let's call it application of bright timbre or twang compression. In TVS methodology we lower larynx to approach head resonance a little earlier and boomier. We apply a DARK TIMBRE on the way to head voice to help "cover" the sound. Similarly I have found that it is CRITICAL to apply a BRIGHT TIMBRE (twang) to the falsetto range. Essentially it feels like empowering the head voice with more ring...more chest voice!! ofcourse this seems like a basic TVS principal however I felt I greatly underestimated it. My voice responds very well to an application of bright timbre from the TOP-DOWN. At first I thought I had to find the right resonant spot but I was very wrong... the bright timbre is applied AT the vocal cords. It's like a power-up for falsetto so to speak. So aside from quacking.... what are some gentle ways to start applying a "bright timbre" or twang compression in my falsetto. What specific exercises help better than quacking? I think quacking is great btw but it's really not "enough" to get that sweet spot of adduction, compression, and resonance I need in the upper-register. Thanks in advance! Hope someone can advise me on finding genuine cry/brightness/twang in falsetto registration. - JayMC Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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