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Head voice and breath support

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I just recently discovered exactly what head voice is but I feel like I am lacking breath support in head voice. I think that breath support is easy to utilize when in my chest voice but in head voice it's almost like there is no breath support. I am still breathing the same way as when I sing in chest voice....maybe it's just the feeling of all the sound coming from the throat instead of the chest that is confusing me?

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Are you sure it's not falsetto? Is it connected?

I'm also not sure which definition of head voice you are using.

There is a way to really make the voice resonate in the head, is that what you mean?

The term 'falsetto' originally meant head voice in italian classical singing (so I've heard).

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Nice. Its not rising completely man. Most apparent thing to me was the D on I have Died every Day pulling your voice down. Try softening the articulation of this consonant on that phrase, if Died and Day passes to head, you will stay on head voice and support will connect better.

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