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so I've gotten to the point where I've successfully mixed/balanced my twangy head and low larynx components. my vocal tone has improved a ton and I can keep adduction all the way up into my highest notes without having to press and force like I'm constipated.

this is great, but I still have a problem, which is my head voice is producing a thin, falsetto oriented tone, despite the proper technique. it's always sounded like this and I dunno what I can do to work on it at this point.

am I supposed to practice really deeply, like an operatic female singer? I noticed that my "operatic/deep" style head voice isn't as deep as other guys I've heard. is that my last component to twang?

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this is great, but I still have a problem, which is my head voice is producing a thin, falsetto oriented tone, despite the proper technique.

It's very easy to assume your doing everything right however if the result is not up to par with your expectations it's usually a techniqual issue.

If your going for a fuller sound and a falsettoquality comes out modifications to your technique and approach needs to happen.

Also in your threads you only give us your own analysis and if that was 100% correct chances are very big you wouldnt have this issue at all.

Do you follow any program or routine? Else Robert has a great program(the four pillars) that goes step by step up to full headtones

Cheers hope this helps bro

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I trained my larynx properly. then I figured out how to mix my upper mechanism with the larynx so that the adduction isn't being forced and muffled. correct me if I'm wrong, but that basically summarizes the entire process of getting good adduction.

at anyrate nothing is wrong with my voice now. I can sing all my notes without strain or thinning out. but I still have this slight falsetto tone and thinness in my headvoice.

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Then why is it falsetto?

Edit: if you do everything correct for the sound you want it's should be there. If your gonna sing in à full headtone and you end up with a falsetto quality your doing something wrong.

If your doing everything 100% correct for the sound you want and it doesnt Come why did you make this thread?

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it's not falsetto. it's that my headvoice has a slight falsetto sound, like the twanging isnt quite 100% there

I know a tenor whose very comical sounding and has a falsetto sounding element, but my voice is slightly edgier than his which is making my falsetto sound too prominent.

perhaps it just needs more time to adjust? I may just be jumping the gun here.

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Well as i said above that occurs cause your execution is not spot on and probably cause your technique is not strong enough yet.

Your vowels might be off, your overall support and energy ect. There's probably tons of Stuff you can refine and pamper to get away from that.

Without à clip for us to tell we can Never truly know... :P

Also why are you so stubborn? Arent you here to improve for real? Just swallow the pride there are no perfect vocalists here even the best coaches on hère with 20+ years of singing improve their game and technique all the time.

One of the reasons this place rocks

Cheers hope you solve this

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okay. first off since I've been able to practice today, I've been able to judge my sound since before. my adduction has improved slightly in the head area and my larynx lowering had gotten more compact.. this means that I'm still in the process of property balancing/mixing my musculature. so it boils down to practicing this long enough.

now when I add laryngeal tension, it happens higher up in my high notes. before it was lower which makes sense why there was falsetto tone.

I figured it out on my own, but thanks anyway.

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