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having problems to arrive to A and B in chest voice

I have a dude, its suposed that there's my change to head voice, in A but I cant give it in chest voice, im tryng but it doesnt sound free, im triying the vowel modification but i cant make it, please hulp!!!! there's a recording giving A and B I dunno if im doing i right https://soundcloud.com/user-189258974-714030266/grabacion20160129164919 https://soundcloud.com/user-189258974-714030266/grabacion20160129164701https://soundcloud.com/user-189258974-714030266/grabacion20160129164840

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  • highmtnhighmtn Posts: 14,503Administrator, Moderator, Enrolled, Pro
    Give yourself a little more time. Take it easy and lightly until these notes begin to feel a little less difficult for you. That will come in time. New notes are fragile, and need time for your cords and your support to be able to handle them.

    You are in chest voice. It's just that you're straining because the notes are high for you. Take your time and take it easy. Strength is not instantaneous. Instead of forcing the notes, ease into them a little more lightly and give yourself all the time it takes for you to physically grow into these higher chest notes. Push down on your diaphragm to reduce the amount of air pressure you are putting on your cords to sing these notes.

    Close down the back of the throat just a bit with the Loft sound. Instead of AH try Aw/O as in Loft... Awwwwwwwwwww, Awwwwwwwww, instead of AHHHH, AHHHHH.

    Don't force the notes. Allow them.

    Bob
  • samgllsamgll Posts: 6Member
    highmtn said:

    Give yourself a little more time. Take it easy and lightly until these notes begin to feel a little less difficult for you. That will come in time. New notes are fragile, and need time for your cords and your support to be able to handle them.

    You are in chest voice. It's just that you're straining because the notes are high for you. Take your time and take it easy. Strength is not instantaneous. Instead of forcing the notes, ease into them a little more lightly and give yourself all the time it takes for you to physically grow into these higher chest notes. Push down on your diaphragm to reduce the amount of air pressure you are putting on your cords to sing these notes.

    Close down the back of the throat just a bit with the Loft sound. Instead of AH try Aw/O as in Loft... Awwwwwwwwwww, Awwwwwwwww, instead of AHHHH, AHHHHH.

    Don't force the notes. Allow them.

    Bob

    thank you, I will try it in that way, yeah, it needs to be more released, have a nice day and thanks for the help :)
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