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Natural Sounding Quiet and High
Okay, this is a tough question to articulate but here goes...Is there a different mechanism or technique if you're singing a song with a quiet/mellow vox in a higher range when you're "imitating" a singer with a much higher voice?? For ex: If a low baritone is singing an alto/tenor's song around E4-G#4 and the singer is practically talking, the baritone is almost functioning as a ventriloquist or something, right?? I mean, you're basically throwing your voice up and talk/singing in your version of a higher speaking voice? Does anyone have any thoughts or knowledge on this concept?? My explanation is atrocious, I know. Haha!