How To Have A Strong Head Voice (It Starts From The Chest!)
Voice Lessons – How To Strengthen Head Voice.
I think it’s important to define what Headvoice is.
My definition of Headvoice is not just “Anything that resonates in your head” (which is a common definition).
My definition of Headvoice is growing our falsetto register to sound and have the same qualities as our chest voice, so that when we cross the passaggio (our bridge from chest into headvoice) we can create one long, powerful note.
In this video, I demonstrate how to strengthen this amazing part of the voice to give us incredible range and ease for singing high notes.
Great Singing To You!
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