Daniel Posted July 17, 2010 Share Posted July 17, 2010 Hey y'all, new here. Just thought I'd see what you guys could contribute to this difficult topic. I'm a male singer, have range from like an E2 to C5ish, all connected. I'm familiar with Brett Manning's terminology so that's probably what I'll use to describe the problems I'm having, hopefully you guys can translate if you're familiar with other stuff. I'm trying to find my really light legit head voice- I can powerfully belt like an F or sometimes G above high C, but I can't do it quietly, and it's strained. I'm not sure I'm fully in my head when I'm at the C5 too, it's almost more of a mix quality, because when I lighten it up as much as I can, it sounds light but it's a touch strained. It almost sounds better when I belt it, there's not as much strain, but the tone isn't as free, sounds too pingy and pharyngeal. I feel like what I'm missing is the ability to release into an easy head voice up to a G5 or so, that will give me the correct resonance space in my "mix" voice up to that high C and give me the freedom I'm looking for up in that E4-C5 range. I'm assuming you guys want some sort of audio demonstration, is there a place to easily post audio files on here that everyone can hear? In the meanwhile you can get a feel for my voice here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSS_5sdhKrA. Looking forward to hearing your suggestions, thanks everyone! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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