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I am performing this song soon and I can not for the love of my life figure out how to do this. The part is from 3:11 to around 3:15.

It sounds good on a guy but sounds so funky on a girl.How would this sound on a girl and what is the technique to deliver a good sound. Would any female be willing to record how to do this? Its head voice right???

Thank you so much

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let my voice break? like crack? so I should practice in head voice the oo then go to the ah. Is there a way for it to sound stronger it sounds so high and too airy. Thank you for the help. I never heard a girl do this kind of thing so it confused me.

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let my voice break? like crack? so I should practice in head voice the oo then go to the ah. Is there a way for it to sound stronger it sounds so high and too airy. Thank you for the help. I never heard a girl do this kind of thing so it confused me.

You don't want an audible crack, but yes it should feel like 2 different voices when "breaking" into falsetto. It's 2 different vocal modes, twang (the "full", connected sound) and falsetto (the airy sound). That's why when singers try to phonate higher pitches without training, they "break" into falsetto. As Daniel said an "ooo" would be the best way to practice this. It's very easy to get into a falsetto configuration with that vowel.

Falsetto can sound stronger if the resonant placement is good. Keep practicing and you'll get it.

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may i offer a suggestion that might help?

......try to open up your mouth as if to bite into an apple or configure to a beginning of a yawn, which will lift your soft palette and help get the back of the throat open to help you resonate within that falsetto setup.

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oh thank you for the advice! Im going to try that tomorrow at practice!!! :) Im never any good at falsetto. I cant sing nearly any high note in chest voice but anything with falsetto or headvoice or whatever it is just I fail at. I sound stupid and my voice breaks after a short time.

may i offer a suggestion that might help?

......try to open up your mouth as if to bite into an apple or configure to a beginning of a yawn, which will lift your soft palette and help get the back of the throat open to help you resonate within that falsetto setup.

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